Yep, that was the worst part by far Chris and after that, unzipping and unRAR'ing just took time. WinRAR threw a warning but it didn't look serious and I pressed on.
The VMWare player took several decades to install on my slow laptop and after that it ran up the Diagbox image fine. The Interface connected to the VM and all looked good. I got this
So far, so good
That's top advice Mick I'd have done the same but I ripped out all my Cat5E as part of the rewire and now only have wireless... Silly me!
Yes, Diagbox 9.91 does seem a bit flaky and it took several attempts before it was happy to talk to my car. Seems it wants the VIN first before selecting the car.
I've not seen the update nags yet but as a precaution I disconnected the wireless. I don't believe the software is wonderfully high-quality... It deserves your 'dogbox' sobriquet
After a bit of faffing, up it came... No faults
Sorry for the quality, taken in bright sunshine with the the laptop perched on the passenger seat!
It does make me giggle... Claiming to be made in France
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I've seem that one on the metal Neil, when I visited the Citroen Conservatoire It's awesome and should definitely have been produced, as should the Citroen Activa and may other brilliant concepts, not least yours Chris... As a convertible, they look stunning Such a shame and a missed opportunityNewcastleFalcon wrote: ↑30 Nov 2023, 14:41Have you heard of the 1986 Citroen Xanthia
Not a misspelling it was a concept car based on the Citroen AX and presented at the 1986 Paris motor show.
Never worry about littering Chris, it all goes to make it more and more interesting So go ahead
Or find one that's been under a low bridge recently