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I have done all of this and when I try to run JTIS it asks me to install the CD any help would be appreciated.
 
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Hi mlbmark1
When JTIS gives the message "to install the CD". It is telling you that it cannot find the Data files.

Look at post# 18 in the "Details on JTIS21 win7 64 install method & new archives" thread:

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/g...26/#post461414

Send me a private message with your telephone number, if you cannot resolve it or have trouble trying to delete jjtis.ini file in order to recreate the file that has correct contents.

Then I will call you and talk you through how to fix it. This should not take long to fix.

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Just successfully loaded the manual for my XK8!! My Win7 system was a wee bit different than showed in all of the instructions, but a little hunting and patience got me through it. It really is great!

Thanks for all of the hard work in setting this up -- it is really appreciated.

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Thank you for your help and not giving up when we could not get this to work last night. You were finally able to help me today and it is working fine now. Great job I appreciate your help.
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I have tried for two days getting the JTIS running on my new laptop with Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium, following all the instructions posted here to the letter. I get it installed, but when trying to run it I only get the message "Insert CD into CD-drive", What am I doing wrong?
 
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Hi Oyster
The JTIS software install creates a jjtis.ini file (that tells the software what folder the data files are in).

I noticed that when I run the jjtis.exe in the C:\jaguar folder that it is using the JJTIS.INI file located in C:\Users/User/APPData/Local/VitualStore/Windows folder.
Note: C:\Users then User (substitute your user account name on your win7 PC for User).

Sounds like you are missing the jjtis.ini file in that folder.

You may have the jjtis.ini is in another folder on your PC.
Do a search on your PC using search term jjtis.ini.

If you do, then copy it into the C:\Users/User/APPData/Local/VitualStore/Windows folder (substitute your user account name on your win7 PC for User).

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Hi Jim,

Your solution worked. I actually had that file in the path you mentioned, but I also found the file somewhere else using the search function. Substituted the first one with the one I found, and all works fine.

Thanks a lot. I am deeply grateful. If you ever get to Norway I'll buy you a beer or ten.
 
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Just clicking the "thanks" button wasn't enough to thank you for this information. You have really made the install an easy task and I am now happily perusing the JTIS for my car and my brothers car. What a great resource. Thank you very much
 
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Jim, finally bought an 1997 XK8 and have downloaded your data, following your instructions...great service. I'm stuck on the DAO bit as I have Vista 64 bit...it won't load. I've read most of the posts but can't find a solution for Vista 64...can you help
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Hi Tony
Your Vista 64 bit is probably the same as the Win7 64 operating system when it comes to registering dll files.

The regsvr32.exe probably is in the same folder C:\Windows\SysWOW64.
The best way to handle the registration of the dao350.dll is to:

create a new folder in the C drive as C:\DAO
copy the dao350.dll into the C:\DAO folder
select cmd.exe file (right click - use run as administator)
then copy this command line and paste into the command screen so it can be run:

C:\Windows\SysWOW64\regsvr32.exe "C:\DAO\dao350.dll"

now just press the enter key to run the command

next you should get a popup telling you the the dao350.dll has been successfully registered.

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It took a while for the instructions to sink in....but it worked and I am up and running...great stuff
Thanks Jim

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WOOHOO!!! This WORKED! I was freaking out because I'm driving two hours to help someone with their XK8 and I realized late last night that I no longer have the XP machine that I used to use to run the JTIS. I downloaded this this morning PRAYING that it would work. I'd hate to drive two hours and then not have the information I need to help someone.

THANK YOU JIMLOMBARDI, PLUMS, AND EVERYONE ELSE WHO MADE THIS WORK!


(By the way... I didn't really pray. I'm not that kind of Reverend.)
 
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Just reporting that these instructions worked perfectly for windows 8 as well. Thank you everyone who helped get these instructions written.
 
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Embarrassed to say I still run Vista. Any problems loading to this?
 
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Hi timesnow
Well it been awhile since I had a vista 32 install inquiry.
You may run into a sag with the vista security when you try to register the dao350.dll.

Here is what I suggest trying.

You will probably have to disable the User Account Control (UAC) to successfully register the dao350.dll
In Windows Vista, UAC and its Admin Approval Mode are enabled by default. When UAC is enabled, local administrator accounts run as standard user accounts. This means that when a member of the local Administrators group logs on, they run with their administrative privileges disabled.

Open up Control Panel, and type in “UAC” into the search box. You’ll see a link for “Turn User Account Control (UAC) on or off”:


On the next screen you should uncheck the box for “Use User Account Control (UAC)”, and then click on the OK button.


You’ll need to reboot your computer before the changes take effect, but you should be all done with annoying prompts.

Create a new folder in the C drive as C:\DAO
Copy dao350.dll into the C:\DAO folder

You will have to find the cmd.exe file (command line program file) and run it by click on it, I think it is in the C:\Windows\System32 folder.
then copy this command line and paste into the command screen so it can be run:

C:\Windows\System32\regsvr32.exe "C:\DAO\dao350.dll"
now just press the enter key to run the command

next you should get a popup telling you the the dao350.dll has been successfully registered.


You should go to the General Tech Section - in the following thread (see its post# 39) - links to download files on dropbox.com:

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/g...rchives-65926/ (you probably can skip the win7 64 bit install pdf file, but you will need the rest of the files)

Here are the weblinks for the all jaguar models JTIS21 Archive files downloads on dropbox.com

Part1.exe is 190 mb (195313 kb)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fvdg6rsl63...20CD.part1.exe

Part2.rar is 190 mb (195313 kb)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/bwx4uch8m9...20CD.part2.rar

Part3.rar is 58.9 mb (60318 kb)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xk49mq38ch...20CD.part3.rar

Then run the part1.exe for the all model JTIS21.

After you are using the JTIS without having any issues, then turn the UAC (User Account Control) back on.

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Originally Posted by jimlombardi View Post

1. You will probably have to disable the User Account Control (UAC) to successfully register the dao350.dll - DONE


You’ll need to reboot your computer before the changes take effect, but you should be all done with annoying prompts.

Create a new folder in the C drive as C:\DAO - DONE
Copy dao350.dll into the C:\DAO folder - DONE

You will have to find the cmd.exe file (command line program file) and run it by click on it, I think it is in the C:\Windows\System32 folder.
then copy this command line and paste into the command screen so it can be run:

C:\Windows\System32\regsvr32.exe "C:\DAO\dao350.dll"
now just press the enter key to run the command - DONE

next you should get a popup telling you the the dao350.dll has been successfully registered. - DONE


You should go to the General Tech Section - in the following thread (see its post# 39) - links to download files on dropbox.com:

https://www.jaguarforums.com/forum/g...rchives-65926/ (you probably can skip the win7 64 bit install pdf file, but you will need the rest of the files)

Here are the weblinks for the all jaguar models JTIS21 Archive files downloads on dropbox.com

Part1.exe is 190 mb (195313 kb) - DONE

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fvdg6rsl63...20CD.part1.exe

Part2.rar is 190 mb (195313 kb) - DONE

https://www.dropbox.com/s/bwx4uch8m9...20CD.part2.rar

Part3.rar is 58.9 mb (60318 kb) - DONE

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xk49mq38ch...20CD.part3.rar

Then run the part1.exe for the all model JTIS21. - DONE

After you are using the JTIS without having any issues, then turn the UAC (User Account Control) back on.

Jim Lombardi
Ok Jim I did all the above as marked in red - but nothing seems to have happened? I can't find the JTIS program anywhere, to fire it up?

Dave
 
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Hi Dave
Looks good - now I am not sure where you placed the JTIS files you extracted by running the JTIS21 CD.part1.exe.

My perferred destination folder to place the extracted files is C:\JTIS21.

Here is a screenshot of the folder and the files:



You can make a new folder (C:\JTIS21) and move the files from where you put them to the new folder.

Then run the setup.exe that is now in C:\JTIS21 folder (it will install the software).


























Here is a PDF file on How to use the JTIS21 software:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xymg7uwowh...ustrations.pdf

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Hi Jim and thank you very much.

I used the setup.exe file and it's all installed and working as far as I can tell. It said that I had not got the DAO file, but after restarting my pooter it all seems to be working just fine.

So I think I have a working version of the workshop manual for my car, next would be a parts catalogue and whatever IDS is?

Any ideas????

Many thanks again

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Hi.

You can download Jaguar Electronic Parts Catalog (JEPC). Do a search or look in sticky section.
IDS stands for Itegrated Diagnostic System. This is a fairly complicated issue with lots of changes and upgrades through the years. To make it simpel you can buy a cheap OBD II (On Board Diagnostics) reader, plug it into your car and read generic failure codes which again can be decoded from a list in your JTIS. To get Jaguar specific codes you will need a system that is way too expensive to most of us.
 

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