**If you're running VISTA, there's a fix at the bottom for you**
Abiding by www.dsm-club.org 's request, I'll link you to the page and not directly to the file.
Download the Japanese ASA for our car info.
Click here for the page
The files you want to download are the ones under:
"Mitsubishi ASA Japan (MMC ASA)
каталог запчастей MMC ASA для всех моделей Митсубиши японского рынка.MMC ASA catalog of parts for all models of Mitsubishi Japanese market.
Обновляется через интернет.Updates via the Internet."
The password for the archives is "dsm-club.org" (without quotations)
Once you've downloaded and extracted the two ISO files. Just mount them (with Daemon tools) or burn them with Nero or something similar.
Run disc A and choose "Setup". The program will start to install and you will get this first screen:
Choose "English UK", click OK
Check the "HASP HL" box, make sure nothing else is checked.
Next screen (after the HASP HL drivers are installed):
Choose "Custom Install"
Choose your hard drive to install to, then check "Single User (Full) - Recommended"
The program will install.
Once this is installed, DO NOT start the program or it will give you an error message.
You need to crack it.
Browse your ASA Jap Disc A and find the "Crack" folder. Copy the file mmData.dll to this folder:
x:\MMC\ASA\M00\PROG\ (where "x" is the drive you installed to)
Then double click and run the MMC.REG file to update your registry.
The program will now work.
It works practically the same as CAPS and it works with Vista after you apply the fix below.
With x64 Vista you will need to change the registry key that is being entered. Just open it up in notepad (right click, open with, choose notepad)
When inside, one line will say [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Licenses\], just change that to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Wow6432Node\Licenses\] and save it, should work after that.
the program is a 32 bit application, therefore runs in vista 64's 32 bit shell, which is kept separate to all the 64 bit stuff. just like you have a Program Files and a Program Files (x86) folder in x64.
For Vista x32 there would be a similar fix, but I haven't worked it out yet.
PS: Let me know if this is in the wrong section...I thought it was most appropriate here.