You can find on this page details on how to remove NEXIQ-2 USB Link for Windows. The Windows version was created by IDSC Holdings, LLC. More information on IDSC Holdings, LLC can be found here. The program is often placed in the C:\Program Files (x86)\NEXIQ\USB-Link 2 directory (same installation drive as Windows). You can uninstall NEXIQ USB-Link 2 by clicking on the Start menu of Windows and pasting the command line C:\Program Files (x86)\NEXIQ\USB-Link 2\Uninstall.exe. Keep in mind that you might be prompted for admin rights. The program’s main executable file is titled USBLink2 Explorer.exe and its approximative size is 582.00 KB (595968 bytes).
The text above is not a recommendation to uninstall NEXIQ USB-Link 2 by IDSC Holdings, LLC from your PC, nor are we saying that Heavy Duty Scanner NEXIQ USB-Link 2 by IDSC Holdings, LLC is not a good application. This text only contains detailed info on how to uninstall NEXIQ USB-Link 2 supposing you want to. The information above contains registry and disk entries that our application Advanced Uninstaller PRO stumbled upon and classified as “leftovers” on other users’ computers.
To use a Tech 2 scan tool in this day and age, 90% of all software packages GM offers require a minimum 32 MB memory card. A 10 MB card, although very useful for backup, data logging and flash programing, is useless for diagnostic programing for North American Operations (NAO), Saab, Isuzu, Suzuki and pretty much any of the other available software packages Tech 2 offers.
If you think that, just because your using a GM Tech 2 for your personal use, you can buy a cheaper import unit, think again! I see HUNDREDS of these units thrown on the scrap heap every year. They cannot be repaired and are non-serviceable. Not all of these units will accept GM programing, thus cannot be updated. They are of grossly inferior quality and have an extraordinary failure rate, and damage more cars than I can express to you.