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GM GDS2 2019.5 & TIS2000 2008-03 - VMWare

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Two separate virtual machines. WinXP TIS2000 with last update 2008-03 & Win7 GDS2 with Global 2019.5, Opel/Vauxhall 2019.4, Saab 2019.4, & China 2018.11. 

Google drive & Mega links.

Free for all.

Make sure the GDS2 machine system time is set to 02-15-2016 or else it will show no lease!

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(08-25-2019, 01:07 PM)50Satoshi Wrote: Two separate virtual machines. WinXP TIS2000 with last update 2008-03 & Win7 GDS2 with Global 2019.5, Opel/Vauxhall 2019.4, Saab 2019.4, & China 2018.11. 

Google drive & Mega links.

Free for all.
Thanks you!

Can you install additional driver mongoose jlr to help me?
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(08-26-2019, 07:27 AM)sonseo Wrote: Thanks you!

Can you install additional driver mongoose jlr to help me?
You can install whatever drivers you need. Follow these steps:
-Power off virtual machine
-Edit virtual machine settings
-Hard Disk (SCSI)
-Advanced
-Change from Nonpersistent to Persistent
-OK
-Power on virtual machine
-Drag tool drivers to desktop and install
-Power off virtual machine
-Revert Hard Disk back to Nonpersistent
-Done
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thankyou M8!
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(08-26-2019, 10:45 AM)50Satoshi Wrote:
(08-26-2019, 07:27 AM)sonseo Wrote: Thanks you!

Can you install additional driver mongoose jlr to help me?
You can install whatever drivers you need. Follow these steps:
-Power off virtual machine
-Edit virtual machine settings
-Hard Disk (SCSI)
-Advanced
-Change from Nonpersistent to Persistent
-OK
-Power on virtual machine
-Drag tool drivers to desktop and install
-Power off virtual machine
-Revert Hard Disk back to Nonpersistent
-Done
Hi!
I have successfully started the virtual machine. However, after I changed the settings on the virtual machine, I immediately lost the Lease. I restored the same time as the original virtual machine (2016) but could not restore the lease as originally. Can you give me advice on dealing with this problem?
Thank you very much!

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(08-27-2019, 05:13 PM)Mr.thang025vn Wrote: I have successfully started the virtual machine.  However, after I changed the settings on the virtual machine, I immediately lost the Lease.  I restored the same time as the original virtual machine (2016) but could not restore the lease as originally.  Can you give me advice on dealing with this problem?
Thank you very much!

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The system clock is being altered. System time must be 02-15-2016. VMX file must have the following in it to prevent system clock sync:

tools.syncTime = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.continue = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.restore = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.resume.disk = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.shrink = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.tools.startup = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.tools.enable = "FALSE"
time.synchronize.resume.host = "FALSE"
Thanks given by: crez , GETiT
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Seems link is down for gds

Nevermind. I have it downloading. Thanks
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install scanmatic2 drivers- test ok!
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Could not get vmci driver version: Controlador no válido.

You have an incorrect version of driver 'vmci.sys'. Try reinstalling VMware Workstation.

Module 'DevicePowerOn' power on failed.

Failed to start the virtual machine.
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