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Free Download Ford IDS V86 V100 V101 V107 for VCM2 SP177-C/C1

Here, free download Ford IDS V86 V100 V101 V106 V107 software to work with  VCM2 or Vxdiag vcx nano Ford diagnostic tool.


Very kind Members here helped me much with their experience. ; deserve my respect.





Password if it’s required: howtomakeidsworkafterv86



THE MOST IMPORTANT– The software above is not me, to use at your risk. I am not responsible for a bad use.


For sake of security and capability, you can use tested versions and the like:


Ford IDS 100: works perfect with VCM2 SP177-C1


Ford IDS V100: works perfect with VCM2 SP177-C


Ford IDS V101: works perfect with VCM2 SP177


Ford IDS V106: success with Vxdiag vcx nano Ford


Ford lDS license crack & issues:



Cummins INSITE Pro 8.2.0 download + how to crack

Cummins insitepro8.2.0 download:

Unlimited use on any PC; Unknown security


Cummins insite pro 8.1 download:

Cummins insitelite 8.1 download:


Both Insite 8.1 Pro and Lite are crack versions;

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Insite 8.2.0 review: How to crack Cummins INSITE software 8.2.0:


I have made some progress on cracking Cummins INSITE 8.2.0 and possibly coming up with a key gen for this product. I just need some help. If this product has already been cracked, someone please let me know.

I ran through using IDA Pro and Ollydbg. So far I was able to create a basic key from what it looks like it was doing.




I’ve made some good progress. Shouldn’t be too much longer before I have a full KG with each version type. I’m attempting to get ahold of Sultan as it appears he may be the only person who has cracked it. I was able to successfully activate my copy with a BASIC and PRO license with the original License Configuration Tool. One .DLL is patched to prevent the tool from calling out for online verification, instead it performs an offline activation. The first key I mentioned works until year 2030.


I’ve had major success. Instead of going my normal route, I was able to actually bring back the security menu from version 7.6 and make it work with version 8.2.0. Fully eliminating the use of Cummins License Config Tool. You can actually uninstall it altogether after installing INSITE 8.2.0, as INSITE no longer calls it to open upon load either. The keygens from 7.6.x will then work as well and allow the program to run as normal.




How to install Toyota Techstream v12 on Windows 7 Pro 64bit

Fair warning: I would not consider this a good investment for someone who does not have a fair degree of tech skill, both when it comes to understanding computers (particularly manual driver installation and USB-based communications) and the Toyota TechStream software itself.

First and foremost: The mini vci cable worked perfectly well for me on a 2017 Sienna SE, using TechStream version 12.x.127(the current release as of the date of this post), based on a Lenovo ThinkPad T500 running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. However, in order to get to that point, I found myself using a different interpretation of the instructions another buyer (‘DuckDivesInWater’) provided in their review. I have no doubt the difference was caused by the fact I’m using a late version of TechStream.

PLEASE NOTE: The instructions below are based on a 64-bit OS. THE PROCESS FOR A 32-BIT SYSTEM WILL BE DIFFERENT.

1). Do NOT try to install the software on the CD directly if you’re running a 64-bit OS! I guarantee it will fail. Horribly. Also, my antivirus software (ESET Smart Security) threw a fit about several files on the CD being contaminated with a trojan. I believe this to be a false positive, caused by the type of anti-hacking application packager the device’s manufacturer (XHorse Electronics, out of China) used to bundle the software together, but be careful no matter what. Google search is your friend!

I will add that, after manually unpacking and installing the device driver, I had no other problems and no sign of virus or trojan infection.

2). Start by installing whatever version of Toyota TechStream you plan to use. Plenty of info on the Internet to help you out with that.

3). Copy the file “MVCI Driver for TOYOTA.msi” from the 10.10.018 folder on the CD to a temporary directory of your choice.

4). Open a command prompt window and change to said temporary directory. Extract the contents of the .msi file with this command (be sure to INCLUDE the double quotes where shown):

msiexec /a “C:tempMVCI Driver for TOYOTA.msi” /qb TARGETDIR=c:tempmvci

5). Once that’s done, delete the ‘MVCI Driver for TOYOTA.msi’ file so it doesn’t get run by accident.

6). Close your command prompt window. In Windows Explorer, go to C:Program Files (x86) and create a new folder under it called “XHorse Electronics”. Change to that folder and create another called “MVCI Driver for TOYOTA TIS”.

7). Next, copy the whole content of c:tempmvci (or whatever temp directory you used to extract the .msi into) to “C:Program Files (x86)XHorse ElectronicsMVCI Driver for TOYOTA TIS”

8). Plug your Mini VCI cable into a USB port. Windows may complain that it couldn’t install the driver. Ignore any such errors for the moment.

9). Open Device Manager and locate the failed item in the hardware list. It should be easy to spot, as it will have a yellow exclamation point overlaying it. You’ll probably see it under ‘Other Devices.’ Right-click on the device, select ‘Update Driver’ and ‘Browse my computer.’ Point the wizard to the folder you created in step 7: C:Program Files (x86)XHorse ElectronicsMVCI Driver for TOYOTA TIS

10). Note that you will likely need to do this twice, once for the VCI chip itself and once for the USB-to-serial-port translation. Point the second prompt at the same folder. Once the process finishes, you should see the two new devices in your hardware list.

11). In order for TechStream to recognize and use the Mini-VCI cable, you will need to add a registry tweak. Some Internet searching will probably turn up a pre-written file, called ‘mvci-x64.reg’ or you can create the file yourself with a text editor as follows:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREWow6432NodePassThruSupport.04.04XHorse – MVCI]

“Name”=”XHorse – MVCI”

“Vendor”=”XHorse ELECTRONICS Co.,Ltd.”

“ConfigApplication”=”C:\Program Files (x86)\XHorse Electronics\MVCI Driver for TOYOTA TIS\FirmwareUpdateTool.exe”

“FunctionLibrary”=”C:\Program Files (x86)\XHorse Electronics\MVCI Driver for TOYOTA TIS\MVCI32.dll”



“ProtocolsSupported”=”J1850VPW:1, J1850PWM:1, CAN:1, ISO9141:1, ISO14230:1, ISO15765:1”











12). Finally, run Techstream. Go to Setup | VIM Select menu and select the “XHorse – MVCI”

You should now be able to connect to your car’s OBD port and use TechStream just as your dealer’s tech would. Be careful not to change anything you’re not familiar with! It’s too easy to screw something up.

My thanks to ‘DuckDivesInWater’ and ‘JHood’ on the ft86club dot com forums.

Happy tweaking.