PRLog - July 24, 2012 - WUHAN, China -- TIS 2000 Dongle is the car diagnostic tool that can help you with your car and you can use this car scanner to check your car fault data .
TIS2000 CD and USB KEY for GM TECH2 GM Car Model.
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so, this car diagnostic tool can be used widely I think the TIS 2000 Dongle is good in china market and I have used this scanner .
When we get this car scanner ,there always remains a question that how to install this software for TIS 2000 Dongle , how can I get this software for the TIS 2000 in right way.
Here I will give your the guidance for using this scanner and to help you learn how to use this software:
GM Service Operations has created a document to
assist in making the best decisions when choosing new
PCs for a service department. It is recommended to
purchase equipment from the designated suppliers to
ensure that the highest levels of quality and support are
provided. The platforms offered by these suppliers are
reviewed in a continuous product analysis managed by
GM Service Operations to ensure compatibility with
Techline hardware and software.
Any PC that is less than specified may not perform
adequately as a service PC.
Non Pentium processors such as Celeron®, Cyrix and AMD
are NOT compatible with Techline software.
Note: The minimum PC specification is subject to change
more frequently due to changes in new technology and product end of life cycle.
The Hewlett Packard NC6000, NC4010, Gateway 450 E/X
series, Nobilis CL51, Dell Latitude D800 / D600, and Panasonic Toughbooks CF-29/CF-51 are currently the only laptop
PCs validated to function with all Techline applications including TIS Service Programming System (SPS). Other laptops
may not support SPS or communicate properly with the Tech
2 and will not be supported for hardware communication
Note: Tech 2 Flash minimum requirement located on “Tech
2 Flash Setup” on page 11
Note: NGIS minimum requirement located on “Next Generation Scan Tool Setup” on page 14
CPU, Desktop Intel Pentium® III 1 GHz
Hard Drive 20 GB ATA
RAM 128 MB SDRAM
Video Memory 16 MB DRAM
Optical Drive (CD-ROM/DVD)
Network Adapter PCI or ISA Ethernet Network Interface
Communications Port 1 Parallel 1 Serial
Monitor 17" SVGA
Operating System Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Professional or XP Professional
Internet Browser Internet Explorer 6.0
Anti-Virus Software Current version of commercially available virus protection
System Recovery Full Operating System Recovery Package
GM Service Programming System User’s Guide
PCs that do not meet the specifications outlined
in this document are considered "NonSupported Hardware." As a result the Techline
Customer Support Center (TCSC) and the
Regional Techline Field Consultants will be
unable to provide troubleshooting support for
Techline applications. Ensure the PC meets the
specifications recommended before purchase.
Before You Begin
• To install and use the GM SPS application, you should be
knowledgeable and well-trained in the use of a personal
computer (PC) and Microsoft Windows.
• Your computer system must be fully set up with the
required operating system installed. All components of
your personal computer system must be working together
properly before installing additional applications.
• One serial port (also called a COM port) must be open
(not assigned) for connecting the scan tool (Tech 2 Flash
or Next Generation Tool) to the PC.
Before you install the SPS application, answer the
following question to determine if the SPS application
is already installed on the PC:
“Is there a TIS 2000 icon on the Window’s desktop?”
• If YES, go to “Update the SPS Data” on page 7.
• If NO, proceed with the steps below.
The SPS application installation procedures include
three groups of steps. They are:
• Determine if TCP/IP protocol is installed on the PC and
install if necessary. See “Check and / or Install TCP/IP
• Install the SPS Application CD software, which includes
installing the USB security key (security device). See
“Install the SPS Software” on page 4.
• Update the data with the SPS Data CD. See “Update the
SPS Data” on page 7.
Check and / or Install TCP/IP Protocol
These installation steps are for setting up the TCP/IP
protocol for first-time, stand-alone users. Be aware of
• If you have a network card installed then you only need
to verify that TCP/IP protocol has been configured.
• If your PC is already set up with TCP/IP protocol, go to
“Install the SPS Software” on page 4.
To install the TCP/IP protocol, follow these steps:
1 Do one of the following:
• For Windows XP, click the Window’s Start button,
and then select Control Panel. With the Control Panel
window displayed, select Network and Internet
Connections (see Figure 1.1 and Figure 1.2 on page
2). This displays the Connection Properties dialog box
(see Figure 1.4 on page 3).
• For Windows 2000, right click the My Network
Places icon on the Windows desktop. With the
Internet Connections window displayed, right click
Local Area Connection and then select Properties
(see Figure 1.3 on page 2). This displays the
Connection Properties dialog box (see Figure 1.4 on
Figure 1.1: Windows XP, Control Panel Window
Figure 1.2: Windows XP, Network and Internet Connections Window
Figure 1.3: Windows 2000, Network and Internet Connections
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