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Auto diagnostic obd Step by step guide you Alldata 10.53 Install instruction:
Step 1: Place all ISO-image files in one folder on your hard drive (eg.: AllData.10.53);
Step 2: Before you install, carefully examine the installation instructions! Turn off the internet! Use a firewall to block any attempt to access!
Step 3: Burn or mount the Image from archive AllData.10.53.1000.101_Install_Disk_2013.08 with your favorite Tool.
Step 4: Start Setup and install. (The message "Missing key" - just ignore...)
Step 5: After installation is complete, copy the files from Crack-folder in a folder with a installed program's.
Step 6:Use a firew all to block any attempt to access the internet!
Step 7: Enjoy!

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