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Try opening some of the DTC summary PDF files directly from the C:\JTIS21\DATA\DTCEN folder using Adobe Reader.

If you can open them, then there is a problem with your JTIS software install, otherwise there is a different problem with your PC.

Here is a JPEG file (I created) partial listing of that folder showing the PDF files in that folder (I added the model year and model type next to the PDF file name:



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Has anyone been able to get this to run on Windows 10 ?.

New machine came with Windows 10 but I would really like to have this available but don't have the computer know how to do it.
 
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Has anyone been able to get this to run on Windows 10 ?.

New machine came with Windows 10 but I would really like to have this available but don't have the computer know how to do it.
I have windows 1o also and am having trouble, will try working on getting possible download
 
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Greetings All XJ8 Enthusiasts:

Well, believe it or not, you CAN get the JTIS working with Windows 10. And, relatively simply.

1. First, above all, perform an ISO system back-up (e.g. with WD back-up).

2. You have to do a stand-alone "Windows Help" fix.

3. You have to do the DAO350 install/fix separately.

Follow all the instructions (found in google/jagforums search) for each step.

You do not have to create a separate XP/W7/W8, etc. virtual environment; just get DAO 350 DLL in your registry.

Get these two doc engines installed in Win 10 and you'll have no problems.

Good hunting!
 
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jimlombardi, what a fab tool JTIS21 is! I wasn't sure at first if it would run a Windows 10 x64Bit machine, but with some wangling I have it running fine, including ALL the PDF's for maintenance, battery care etc.

After first loading the Program, it kept crashing as soon as I clicked on 'Service' and then it crashed out. As is pointed out so many times it was the DAO350.dll problem, the 'Setup' in DAO Directory on Disk 1 wouldn't work for me saying "not available for this machine".

So I Googled 'DAO350 for Windows 10' and came up with the following site where it can be downloaded and the site also includes 5 different methods for installing DAO350 and making it work on a x64Bit machine (there's some very useful info above from Bill Thompson, Post #44).
Download Dao350.dll for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP

I used 'Method 1' and kept getting this error



So I tried the other Methods too, I honestly don't know which Method worked, but after restarting the computer following each Method, it worked... except for the PDF's!

Then I found a download for Acrobat X, loaded it... and yes... it does work on Windows 10 64Bit, even though I have Acrobat XI installed, though I did have to make Acrobat X my default viewer (I just use run Acrobat XI as and when needed).

I'm not a computer genius, but there was a smile when it all came up and working great, along with the 2.5k page Manual, it makes almost every job possible? I would like to add my thanks for all your hard work on this
 
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Got the whole JTIS21 running on Windows 10 x64bit, runs great. Only problem I have is the help files are unavailable, the Windows 8.1 Help-File download won't run on my system... any ideas anyone?
 
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Originally Posted by euphonium01 View Post
jimlombardi, what a fab tool JTIS21 is! I wasn't sure at first if it would run a Windows 10 x64Bit machine, but with some wangling I have it running fine, including ALL the PDF's for maintenance, battery care etc.

After first loading the Program, it kept crashing as soon as I clicked on 'Service' and then it crashed out. As is pointed out so many times it was the DAO350.dll problem, the 'Setup' in DAO Directory on Disk 1 wouldn't work for me saying "not available for this machine".

So I Googled 'DAO350 for Windows 10' and came up with the following site where it can be downloaded and the site also includes 5 different methods for installing DAO350 and making it work on a x64Bit machine (there's some very useful info above from Bill Thompson, Post #44).
Download Dao350.dll for Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP

I used 'Method 1' and kept getting this error



So I tried the other Methods too, I honestly don't know which Method worked, but after restarting the computer following each Method, it worked... except for the PDF's!

Then I found a download for Acrobat X, loaded it... and yes... it does work on Windows 10 64Bit, even though I have Acrobat XI installed, though I did have to make Acrobat X my default viewer (I just use run Acrobat XI as and when needed).

I'm not a computer genius, but there was a smile when it all came up and working great, along with the 2.5k page Manual, it makes almost every job possible? I would like to add my thanks for all your hard work on this
I followed the set up as described above. I used the download from the link. It worked using the first method. I have not used Adobe Reader X as I need Reader DC on this machine. So I cannot open the JTIS pdf files. But I will install Reader X and JTIS on a 64 bit Windows 7 laptop.
 
 
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