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Autodata 3.38 Cz Na 64bit


Autodata 3.38 CZ: A Useful Tool for Car Repair and Diagnosis on 64-bit Systems




If you are a car enthusiast, a mechanic or a car owner, you might have heard of Autodata, a software that provides information and guidance on car repair and diagnosis. Autodata is a comprehensive and reliable source of technical data for over 40,000 vehicles from 80 manufacturers. It covers various aspects of vehicle service and repair, such as wiring diagrams, diagnostic trouble codes, service schedules, repair times, component locations and more.


However, if you have a 64-bit operating system, you might have encountered some problems when trying to install or run Autodata 3.38 CZ, the Czech version of the software. This is because Autodata 3.38 CZ was originally designed for 32-bit systems and is not compatible with 64-bit systems by default. Fortunately, there are some solutions that can help you overcome this issue and enjoy the benefits of Autodata 3.38 CZ on your 64-bit system.


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How to Install Autodata 3.38 CZ on a 64-bit System




There are two main methods that you can use to install Autodata 3.38 CZ on a 64-bit system: using a virtual machine or using a compatibility mode. Here are the steps for each method:


Method 1: Using a Virtual Machine




A virtual machine is a software that allows you to run another operating system within your current operating system. This way, you can create a 32-bit environment on your 64-bit system and install Autodata 3.38 CZ there. To use this method, you will need to download and install a virtual machine software, such as VirtualBox or VMware Workstation Player, and a 32-bit operating system image, such as Windows XP or Windows 7.


Once you have installed the virtual machine software and the operating system image, you can follow these steps:


Launch the virtual machine software and create a new virtual machine with the following specifications:


  • Name: Autodata 3.38 CZ



  • Type: Microsoft Windows



  • Version: Windows XP (32-bit) or Windows 7 (32-bit)



  • Memory size: At least 2 GB



  • Hard disk: Create a virtual hard disk now



  • Hard disk file type: VDI (VirtualBox Disk Image)



  • Storage on physical hard disk: Dynamically allocated



  • File location and size: Choose a suitable location and size for your virtual hard disk




  • Click on Create and then on Settings. In the Settings window, go to Storage and click on the Empty CD icon under Controller: IDE. On the right side, click on the CD icon next to Optical Drive and choose Choose a Disk File. Browse to the location of your operating system image file and select it.



  • Click on OK and then on Start to boot up your virtual machine. Follow the instructions to install the operating system on your virtual machine.



  • Once the operating system is installed, insert the Autodata 3.38 CZ CD or DVD into your physical CD or DVD drive. In the virtual machine window, go to Devices and choose Optical Drives. Select your physical CD or DVD drive from the list.



  • The Autodata 3.38 CZ installation wizard should start automatically. If not, open My Computer in your virtual machine and double-click on the CD or DVD drive icon.



  • Follow the instructions to install Autodata 3.38 CZ on your virtual machine.



  • Once the installation is complete, you can run Autodata 3.38 CZ from your virtual machine by clicking on its shortcut icon on the desktop or in the Start menu.



Method 2: Using Compatibility Mode




Compatibility mode is a feature that allows you to run older programs that were designed for previous versions of Windows on newer versions of Windows. To use this method, you will need to have Autodata 3.38 CZ CD or DVD and an administrator account on your 64-bit system.


You can follow these steps:


  • Insert the Autodata 3.38 CZ CD or DVD into your CD or DVD drive.



  • Open File Explorer and go to This PC. Right-click on the CD or DVD drive icon and choose Open.



  • Right-click on the setup.exe file and choose Properties.



  • In the Properties window, go to the Compatibility tab and check the box next to Run this program in compatibility mode for. From the drop-down menu, choose Windows XP (Service Pack 3) or Windows 7.



  • Click on Apply and then on OK.



  • Double-click on the setup.exe file to start the installation wizard. Follow the instructions to install Autodata 3.38 CZ on your 64-bit system.



  • Once the installation is complete, you can run Autodata 3.38 CZ from your 64-bit system by clicking on its shortcut icon on the desktop or in the Start menu.



Conclusion




Autodata 3.38 CZ is a useful tool for car repair and diagnosis that provides a wealth of technical data for various vehicles. However, if you have a 64-bit system, you might need to use some tricks to install and run it. You can either use a virtual machine or a compatibility mode to create a 32-bit environment on your 64-bit system and enjoy the benefits of Autodata 3.38 CZ. Alternatively, you can also upgrade to a newer version of Autodata that is compatible with 64-bit systems, such as Autodata 3.45.


If you need more information or assistance with Autodata 3.38 CZ or other car-related software, you can visit [CnAutoTool], a professional online store that offers various automotive diagnostic tools, key programmers, ECU programmers and more. You can also contact their customer service team via email or live chat for any queries or issues.


How to Use Autodata 3.38 CZ for Car Repair and Diagnosis




Once you have installed Autodata 3.38 CZ on your 64-bit system, you can use it to access a variety of technical data and guidance for car repair and diagnosis. Here are some of the main features and functions of Autodata 3.38 CZ:


Wiring Diagrams




Wiring diagrams are graphical representations of the electrical circuits and components of a vehicle. They show the connections, colors, symbols and codes of the wires, fuses, relays, switches, sensors, actuators and other devices. Wiring diagrams can help you to locate, identify, test and repair electrical faults in a vehicle.


To access wiring diagrams in Autodata 3.38 CZ, you can follow these steps:


  • Run Autodata 3.38 CZ from your desktop or Start menu.



  • Select your vehicle from the Vehicle Selection menu. You can choose the manufacturer, model, engine type, year and variant of your vehicle.



  • Click on the Wiring Diagrams icon on the main menu. You will see a list of wiring diagrams categories, such as Engine Management, ABS, Air Conditioning, etc.



  • Select the category that you want to view. You will see a list of wiring diagrams subcategories, such as Fuel Injection, Ignition System, Cooling Fan, etc.



  • Select the subcategory that you want to view. You will see a wiring diagram for that subcategory on the right side of the screen.



  • You can zoom in or out, move around, print or save the wiring diagram using the buttons on the toolbar.



  • You can also click on any component on the wiring diagram to see its details, such as location, description, function and testing procedures.



Diagnostic Trouble Codes




Diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) are alphanumeric codes that are stored in the vehicle's onboard diagnostic system (OBD) when a fault is detected. DTCs can help you to identify the cause and location of a problem in a vehicle. DTCs are usually displayed on a scan tool or a code reader that is connected to the vehicle's OBD port.


To access diagnostic trouble codes in Autodata 3.38 CZ, you can follow these steps:


  • Run Autodata 3.38 CZ from your desktop or Start menu.



  • Select your vehicle from the Vehicle Selection menu. You can choose the manufacturer, model, engine type, year and variant of your vehicle.



  • Click on the Diagnostic Trouble Codes icon on the main menu. You will see a list of diagnostic trouble codes systems, such as Engine Management, ABS, Airbag, etc.



  • Select the system that you want to view. You will see a list of diagnostic trouble codes for that system on the right side of the screen.



  • You can sort the list by code number or description using the buttons on the toolbar.



  • You can also click on any code to see its details, such as definition, possible causes, symptoms and solutions.



Service Schedules




Service schedules are tables that show the recommended maintenance intervals and procedures for a vehicle. Service schedules can help you to keep your vehicle in good condition and prevent costly repairs in the future. Service schedules are usually based on the mileage or the time elapsed since the last service, whichever comes first.


To access service schedules in Autodata 3.38 CZ, you can follow these steps:


  • Run Autodata 3.38 CZ from your desktop or Start menu.



  • Select your vehicle from the Vehicle Selection menu. You can choose the manufacturer, model, engine type, year and variant of your vehicle.



  • Click on the Service Schedules icon on the main menu. You will see a list of service schedules categories, such as Engine Oil and Filter, Spark Plugs, Timing Belt, etc.



  • Select the category that you want to view. You will see a table that shows the service intervals and procedures for that category on the right side of the screen.



  • You can print or save the table using the buttons on the toolbar.



  • You can also click on any procedure to see its details, such as tools required, instructions, illustrations and warnings.



Repair Times




Repair times are estimates of the time required to perform a specific repair or service operation on a


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