Vag com 11.11
VAG11.11 latest version,can use the sofware of vag com vag11.11/11.10/11.80/11.30 / 11.20 / 10.64 / 10.63 /10.62 / 10.60
It works with all VAG vehicles including VW / Audi / Seat and Skoda from 1994 to 2011; this includes new VW / Audi and Seat
VAG COM10.6 diagnostic cable works with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and windows 7 (both 32-bit and 64-bit)
Beta 11.2 includes the following and improvements:
Communications with all control modules inVW Crafter ("LT3")light trucks.
To access Crafter modules individually, click the new "LT3" tab on the Select Control Module screen:
support for reading and clearing DTCs (fault codes) in all control modules in VW Crafter light trucks.
The ability to perform Adaptations in all control modules in VW Crafter light trucks.This is particularly useful in order to be able to reset the Service Reminder Indicator. To reset SRI in a Crafter, click the LT3 tab in the Select Control Module Screen, then click [96 - Instruments] and you'll get to a screen like this:
Now click [Adaptation] which will produce the usual UDS Adaptation screen:
On this screen, click the down-arrow in drop-down box labeled "Channel" and then select "Service interval extension - Reset Konstante". The precise name of this channel may vary depending on exact instrument cluster installed in the vehicle, but the correct channel should not be hard to find:
Once you've selected the channel, the Stored value should be four bytes of hexadecimal data. If the Service Reminder is ON, these will usually (but not always) be "00 00 00 01". To reset the Service Reminder, type in a New Value of "00 00 00 00", and click [Do It!]. After that, you'll have to confirm thatyou really want to do this:
We strongly urge customers not to to alter Adaptation channels unless they understand the contents of a particular channel.
Improved CAN TP2.0 Retry Schemefor more reliable communications.
Fixes for module-mapping hang-ups in some late-model radios.
Support for new VW control module addresses.
New version 1.84 firmware for HEX+CAN interfacesrestores VAG-Saver functionality even when "Boot in intelligent Mode" is active.
Enhanced Subsystem ID info in Auto-Scan.
Updated CODES.DAT filenow with over 16,000 codes.
Works only with Intelligent Interfaces(HEX, KEY and Micro-CAN).
Default installation location is C:\Ross-Tech\VCDS-Beta\. If allowed to install to its default location, it will not overwrite or interfere with the use of Release 10.6.
For VW Crafter "LT3" control modules, this version supports the following functions:Control Module ID and Advanced ID, Fault Codes (Read and Clear), Supported Codes, Security Access, and Adaptation. Other functions such as Measuring Values, Output Tests, and Basic Settings will be added in future versions. Most Crafter modules require a module-specific "data dictionary" file. If a data dictionary file is not available for a specific control module, VCDS will show an obvious error message.
Beta11.3 adds the these additional improvements:
New, more universal Airbag Coding Assistant. Works with the latest airbags which use Index-Based coding and provides tips where to find the Index.
New "Upload Debug/Log File" function in Applications Dialog to make it easier for users to send data needed to answer their support queries.
Increased size of Auto-Scan logs which can be saved. We've had reports of cars with so many faults in various control modules that the old limit was reached which resulted in incomplete logs.
Many other small fixes and enhancements not worth mentioning individually here.
VCDS is Copyright 2000-2011 by Uwe M. Ross. All rights are reserved. De-compilation, disassembly, reverse-engineering, alteration, use as a reference tool for the purpose of developing a product with similar functionality, and re-distribution in any form without the prior written consent of the author is prohibited.
Download the self-installing distribution file.
Run it and follow the prompts to allow it to install itself.
You must install VCDS on your PC's hard disk!
It may not work properly if you try running it directly from other media.
However, you can use other media such as a CD or USB memory key to move the distribution file from a PC with internet access to another PC that does not have internet access.
Connect an appropriate interface between the computer and the car.
Turn the car's ignition switch ON. No need to start the engine.
Start the VCDS program:
Click [Options] and select the correct communications port.
Use [Test] to confirm that the program can use the port and find the interface.
Now Play. Make sure the software can reliably access all the control modules that it should in your car. See our Application Charts. Query Fault Codes from some modules.
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Release 11.11 works with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 (both 32-bit and 64-bit)
Windows 95, 98, ME, and NT4 are no longer supported.
Release 11.11 must be used with a HEX-, KEY-, KII-, or Micro-CAN "high-tech" Interface.
It does not work with any third-party interfaces or some of our older "low-tech" interfaces.
If you're a registered user and have an older low-tech interface, you should consider our
interface upgrade program.
If you're not ready for an interface upgrade, you'll have to use VCDS-Lite instead.
The default installation folder is C:\Ross-Tech\VCDS\
It is essential NOT to install in the \Program Files\ tree in on systems running Windows Vista or 7.