Techstream 13.00.022 Key Needed

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    ydpplqbd Active Member

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    I downloaded and installed Techstream 13.00.022. I was provided with following key:
    1111111111111111111111111111111150001511111111
    This key has apparently expired. In order to get my Techstream working again, I need a new key. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Problem solved.
     
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    Continue using existing Techstream ("TS") 13.00.022 program but make the following modifications:
    1. Go to the following website: FREE Registration Key for TECHSTREAM v13.00.022 - Blog.Teknisi AND download the following TS files: i.) mainmenu.exe and ii.) Techstream.exe.

    2. Find the following EXISTING files in your TS install: i.) mainmenu.exe; and ii.) Techstream.exe.

    3. Rename these two files as i.) oldmainmenu.exe; and ii.) oldTechstream.exe.

    4. Copy into directory where original-but-renamed-files=exist the two downloaded files called i.) mainmenu.exe and ii.) Techstream.exe.

    5. Double click the TS icon, then click button connect to car, enter phony dealer info and the original key (namely, 1111111111111111111111111111111150001511111111).

    6. Reboot laptop (I am using Dell D430 running 32bit Win7 Pro) and connect OBD2 cable to laptop and car. Click on connect to car.

    I never used the above website before. But I was desperate and using my Techstream only laptop.
     
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    Thanks for the updated info as you won't be the only one to experience this;).

    There is usually a chicken dance to getting this to work:confused:.

    But now we have improved the groups knowledge:).

    Thanks for sharing the steps(y).
     
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