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Two weeks ago, got one toy Opcom sw 120309a fw V1.45 with PIC18F458 Chip from China.
it works perfect in running win7 64bit,

I tested successfully Opcom sw 120309a fw V1.45 on these car models:
1)I did a quick test on Astra J 2013 year and it worked well. Connection to all modules. In some of them there are only error reading but anyway it is a big progress since the 2010 version and a light at the and of a tunnel for future updates.
2)I try on astra-h working good firmware 1.45
3)Vectra B 2.0 dtl. All work.
4)corsa c z10 work ok
5)opel vivaro 2002 1.9dti work
6)work fine with Astra 2012, 2.0 diesel
7)opel vectra c 2004 all ok.
8) i made a diagnose on all controlers of a corsa c 2001 z10 xe. And work fine.
9)Tested on Vectra b and it's working like a charm.

FYI, if you want to update old firmware version to V145, the procedure as follows for your reference:
It works like charm!
Run drivers
Connect interface
Start op-com.exe
Connect interface to car or +12v on obd interface
Go to diagnostics and click on a car and a unit then the program update Opcom interface to 1.45.
Opcom Device with new firmware works without problems with old software (8.2010), let alone 120309a.

Opcom interface V1.45 Cons and solution:
V1.45 has a few glitches. Data logging or any attempt to write to file crashes the software.
Real-time display of graphs is mostly useless since most of the parameters are unavailable (something about a beta version).
Few glitches with measuring blocks: sometimes fields are empty, going back to main menu usually fixes it.
Data logs format has changed since 8.2010.
The newest V159 is available, but hasn't try yet.

Considering someone may want to know where did I buy from, I ordered from here: Opcom OP-Com 2012V Can OBD2 for Opel Firmware V1.45
 

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Two weeks ago, got one toy Opcom sw 120309a fw V1.45 with PIC18F458 Chip from China.
it works perfect in running win7 64bit,

I tested successfully Opcom sw 120309a fw V1.45 on these car models:
1)I did a quick test on Astra J 2013 year and it worked well. Connection to all modules. In some of them there are only error reading but anyway it is a big progress since the 2010 version and a light at the and of a tunnel for future updates.
2)I try on astra-h working good firmware 1.45
3)Vectra B 2.0 dtl. All work.
4)corsa c z10 work ok
5)opel vivaro 2002 1.9dti work
6)work fine with Astra 2012, 2.0 diesel
7)opel vectra c 2004 all ok.
8) i made a diagnose on all controlers of a corsa c 2001 z10 xe. And work fine.
9)Tested on Vectra b and it's working like a charm.

FYI, if you want to update old firmware version to V145, the procedure as follows for your reference:
It works like charm!
Run drivers
Connect interface
Start op-com.exe
Connect interface to car or +12v on obd interface
Go to diagnostics and click on a car and a unit then the program update Opcom interface to 1.45.
Opcom Device with new firmware works without problems with old software (8.2010), let alone 120309a.

Opcom interface V1.45 Cons and solution:
V1.45 has a few glitches. Data logging or any attempt to write to file crashes the software.
Real-time display of graphs is mostly useless since most of the parameters are unavailable (something about a beta version).
Few glitches with measuring blocks: sometimes fields are empty, going back to main menu usually fixes it.
Data logs format has changed since 8.2010.
The newest V159 is available, but hasn't try yet.

Considering someone may want to know where did I buy from, I ordered from here: Opcom OP-Com 2012V Can OBD2 for Opel Firmware V1.45
mine comes with version 1.59. airbag coding with 1.59...works fine
 
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