Tips for sharing to have ODIS-Engineering (ODIS-E) installed and run on Windows 8 operation system, to use with Bluetooth VAS 5054A interface or vxdiag vcx nano 5054 diagnostic tools….. Here you go….
Officially, Odis Service supported for now only under Windows 7 64bit……….
The latest Odis Engineering 7.1.3 supported from latest Windows 8 or 8.1 but again for to run needs the compatibility mode!!!!!!!

Contents:
1 Note on installing ODIS engineering on Windows 8
2 Creation of the hardware key for license generation
3 Installing the ODIS Engineering application
4 Start the application ODIS Engineering

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1.Note on installing ODIS engineering on Windows 8
ODIS Engineering is not released for operation with the operating system Windows 8. This workaround is used only for the commissioning of ODIS Engineering under Windows 8 for test purposes. Please follow the steps below to successfully run Windows 8 on your system.

2.Creation of the hardware key for license generation
Set the compatibility mode of the “HardwareInfo_de_W7.exe” file to “Windows 7”.
To do this, right-click on the file and select “Properties”. (See Figure 1)
select “Properties
Select the “Compatibility” tab.
Set “Compatibility Mode” to Windows 7 (see Figure 2)
Compatibility Mode” to Windows 7
Confirm the change with “Ok”.

3 Installing the ODIS Engineering application
After you have received the license, you can start the installation of ODIS Engineering.
Set the compatibility mode of the setup file to “Windows 7”.
To do this, right-click on the file and select “Properties”. (See Figure 3)
right-click on the file and select “Properties
Select the “Compatibility” tab.
Set “Compatibility Mode” to Windows 7 (see Figure 4)
Set “Compatibility Mode” to Windows 7
Confirm the change with “Ok”.

4 Start the application ODIS Engineering
After installing ODIS Engineering, you must still configure the compatibility mode of “OffboardDiagLauncher.exe”.
To do this, right-click on the file and select “Properties”. (See Figure 5)
select “Properties
Select the “Compatibility” tab.
Set “Compatibility Mode” to Windows 7 (see Figure 6)
Compatibility Mode” to Windows 7
Confirm the change with “Ok”.
Done!
Enjoy and good luck!

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