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Dive rite nitek duo & trio pc_logbook.exe software for windows xp?

Discussion in 'Vintage Diving & Equipment' started by CaveMD, Apr 24, 2021.

  1. CaveMD

    CaveMD Cave Instructor

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    Does anyone know where I can locate this original EXE? I have a pair of dive rite nitek duo/trio and I have lost the copy of the logbook sync program and not even dive rite has a copy of the software anymore.
     
  2. Luis H

    Luis H Instructor, Scuba

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    I may be able to help you. PM your email address.



    BTW, the software I have runs on Windows XP, Windows 7, and now Windows 10 just fine.

    The only issue is the drivers for the downloading clamp only work on a 32 bit machine. So I have and old notebook that I use to download my data and then I transfer the file to my other computers. It is a bit of a pain, but it is the only way I have found to be able to do it.

    I still use and like those old dive computers as my backup, but I really like my new Shearwater Perdix as my primary. Downloading via Bluetooth is great.
     
  3. CaveMD

    CaveMD Cave Instructor

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    Would you mind sending me a copy of the software? Google drive or anything works.
     
  4. Luis H

    Luis H Instructor, Scuba

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    That is why I need your email address.
     
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  5. CaveMD

    CaveMD Cave Instructor

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    I'm retarded and didn't see that part when I read your message the first time lol
     
  6. dmaziuk

    dmaziuk Regular of the Pub

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    Theoretically and depending on the device and so on, you may be able to configure a virtual machine for direct access to it, and have a 32-bit XP VM complete w/ drivers and everything, running as a VM on whatever your primary OS is. As an added bonus, VM image is a file that you can copy and spin up on other computers as long as the hypervisor can use it (linux kvm, vmware, and virtualbox are compatible, amazon's xen isn't last I looked).
     
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  7. pepperbelly

    pepperbelly Solo Diver

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    Dmaziuk, is that english?
     
  8. dmaziuk

    dmaziuk Regular of the Pub

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    :rofl3: It's computergeekspeak. If you don't already know what it means, it'll take too long to explain.
     
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  9. pepperbelly

    pepperbelly Solo Diver

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    I am interested in this thread. I have a Zeagle N2ition 3 that I bought a few years ago- new on closeout.
     
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  10. CaveMD

    CaveMD Cave Instructor

    # of Dives: I'm a Fish!
    Location: fort lauderdale, fl
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    i actually tried that a few times and never could get it to work on windows 7, haven't tried recently but thats also because I still have this tiny acer netbook 32bit laptop that is worthless to sell so I keep it around just in case I ever need to run something on real windows xp
     

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