VXDIAG GM Tech2Win CD Installation Review (Win7 32bit)

Ever since VXDIAG VCX NANO for GM / OPEL came to the market, Vxdiag has received a myriad of user reviews. And some are selected in this post. Now, let’s read them one by one.


The moment when I received VXDIAG VCX NANO for GM / OPEL that was purchased from www.vxdiagshop.com, I was quite impressed by its good quality box, which included a long USB cable, VXDiag VCX NANO for GM as well as a Diver CD. Here is what I got:

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When I got it, it took me a couple of hours to figure out how to install the program correctly and learn the functions of the Tech2WIN program that comes with it. You have to follow the directions exactly on the VCXDIAG website on how to install the software and firmware. A tip is to use the CD of programs it comes with to install everything, rather than going to the website and getting the updated programs. I found that if you use the updated VX Manager program from the website, you will have a problem with TECH2WIN finding the VxDiag NANO module to use. I installed this on a Windows 7 32Bit laptop that I have for just vehicle programming and diagnostics for all my vehicles. I have read that it works with Windows 10 64Bit, but I cannot speak on this. Once I got it working I could use the TECH2WIN program to read all the modules on my truck, even the BCM that the dealer could not read. I realized the RCDLR was bad and bought a new one, but it needed to be reprogrammed to the BCM.


VXDIAG’s suggestion:

When it comes to Tech2WIN installation, you’d better use the CD of programs it comes with to install everything, instead of resorting to the website and obtaining the updated programs.


Hopefully, this post can help you.