Mine does the same right after I connect to the VCX...I assume it sees the VCX and basically says Nope, I'm not going to work with your cheap MDI tool
Hey RentonVolt, Techline Connect requirements say you need windows 10 Pro...What operating system did you use when you got it to work? Did the new Techline Connect SPS2 see your connection device as VXDIAG or as an MDI? I have gotten mine close to working or at least it seemed like itOk...I was able to get it to work. I uninstalled techline connect and java and everything related to the GM side and reinstalled with the VCX Nano software open. It was able to see the pass thru device.
BTW the VCX software installed 3 trojan viruses on my computer. It kinda ticks me off.
Aww man, sorry for the late reply. You're all good now? I should have made a video or something because I'm having trouble remembering what I did. Plus I was so mad at the software installing trojans in my PC that I returned the VCX.I got it to work using VCX Manager 1.8.4.0315 Version by following RentonVolt's instructions of deleting all GM associated stuff and then running that VCX manager with updates already done while installing Techline connect. Worked on both Windows 8.1 as well as Windows 10 Home.
You're telling me you had to purchase the techline connect subscription for 3864 to get it to work? The basic two year single vin subscription didn't?Hi Ryan,
I don't think I got hacked by it. It seems windowsdefender scooped the trojans up and quarantined them, at least that's what I hope happened.
That's a negative. I bought the $40 subscription (SPS2 for one VIN)
Were you able to then use the tech2connect software? GDS2 is different than tech2connect, and tech2connect keeps crashing for me as well as a couple othersYeah, it was a struggle but I finally got it. Assuming your using a virtual machine or sacrificial PC to deal with the viruses that the VCX nano installs on your machine (I did not do so and majorly regret it). You need to have GDS2 going, then run the vcx nano software and update the drivers for GM products. Leave the VCX nano software open and go into GDS2 and it should pop up as a pass thru device and be able to communicate with your vehicle.
Are you trying to use Techline Connect? If you're having problems, I made a guide and video that might help. Here's the discussion.Were you able to then use the tech2connect software? GDS2 is different than tech2connect, and tech2connect keeps crashing for me as well as a couple others