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Old 11-27-2009   #1
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Default Nissan Fast 2009

Well I said I had something coming and here it is.

Nissan Fast 2009 Japan Edition


Now I have broken it up into 6 .rar files. This edition is designed to be burnt to a DVD.
Unrar the files and burn the contents


One downfall is the install is in Japanese characters.

part 1 - http://www.gtrpwr.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=770
part 2 - http://www.gtrpwr.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=771
part 3 - http://www.gtrpwr.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=772
part 4 - http://www.gtrpwr.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=773
part 5 - http://www.gtrpwr.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=774
part 6 - http://www.gtrpwr.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=775

I have tightly compressed the rars down to 1.6gb
uncompressed this is 4.17gb


Let me know how it goes, I'm not going to lie I have yet to run it only test the installation.
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Old 11-28-2009   #2
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Default Re: Nissan Fast 2009

Nice!

Starting the download now.

You said the installation is in Japanese, but what about the program?
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Default Re: Nissan Fast 2009

I never got that far, i tried to install it off my hard drive. It needs to be on a dvd to really work apparently

but this version is Vista compatible so it should work on windows 7 as well.
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Default Re: Nissan Fast 2009

Alright so I was able to get it to work using somewhat of the instructions from the previous version.

I had to copy the NSFASTKY.INI to the windows directory like the previous one or else I kept getting a runetime error 380 when I tried starting it.

The only way I was able to get the Japan VINs working was to use the old databases from the previous versions (that were seperated A1/A2/A3/B1/B2).

Now I haven't figured out if this is because I'm not doing it correctly, or if the new version just doesn't have them. I'll keep fooling around with it and see what I can come up with.

Oh and it's the same as the previous, it's like 1/2 english 1/2 japanese. Looks exactly the same, dunno if there's that much of a difference.

EDIT1: I forgot to say, to get the menus in english you have to change the Language=JPN to Language=ENG in the NSFASTKY.INI in the program directory. The downside is you lose a couple programs from the Nissan Menu (like H42 and PITwork), but you can access them from the main program directory anyways (they are however Jap only programs). My PITWork doesnt seem to want to work, keeps giving me errors lol.

EDIT2: Ok so I figured out the runtime error for FAST (I think? lol). It's not the moving of the NSFASTKY.INI that solves it, but you have to go in the setup after installation (where you set up the drives and folders for databases, the diskette symbol), and change the Font/Script (I just used MS Gothic and Japanese script). For some reason it puts a messed up Font that doesn't work as default.

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Default Re: Nissan Fast 2009

You are a pioneer, thats too bad it looks the same. can we enter canadian vins then or no
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Alright I think I got it working, it does have the Jap VINs, its just a PITA to get working. If you dont use the Hdcopy.exe, it just doesn't seem to want to work.

Here's what I did:

1. Create an image and mount / or burn to dvd

2. Install Nissan FAST by running the file from disk \FASTPRG\WIN2000\SETUP\setup.exe
Just click next-next-next through the installation (you can change the install directory if you want, dont mess with the rest)

3. Run the file HdCopy.exe found in the main program directory default is \NISSAN\HdCopy.exe
In this step change the clicked buttons on the left hand side from left to right except for A1. Only A1 should be left with a tick on the left. Top right box is your DVD, and the box right under is the path you wish to extract it to. Select C:\NISSAN\Fast_CD, or whatever you like. Click OK (bottom left). Click Ok a couple times on pop up windows, then the files should start copying.

4. Open the file NISSAN\NSFASTKY.INI and change the fourth line from "Language=JPN" to "Language=ENG" if you want to have english menus.

4. Once that's done, open up the Nissan Menu and go to the FastSet options (the diskette logo on the right). You can also open this up by going to NISSAN\Nfset.exe
Go to the second tab called "CD-ROM Setup". Drive 1 should be set to your DVD drive, and Drive 2 should be set to the extraction folder you just created (something like NISSAN\Fast_CD). If the Fast_CD folder is not there, click browse and add it. You will still need to keep the DVD for the other programs from what I've noticed, but for FAST you wont need it. This part is still a bit weird to me lol.

5. Still under the FastSet options, go to the last tab called "ALL". Click Font, and change it to whatever you like. I used Font:MS Gothic, and Script:Japanese (at the bottom, instead of Western). If you do not use Japanese script, then instead of viewing Japanese symbols when the english text is unavailable, it will be giberish. Not like I can read Japanese anyways, but it's prettier lol.

6. Start FAST and enjoy.


Now, I have been able to make everything work except PITWork. I dont know what the deal is with this one, but it just wont work. It looks like it starts an online database synchronization program of some sort, which appears to fail and then crashes the program, but I'm not sure. I haven't been able to find much info on PITWorks, I dont even know what its for.

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You are a pioneer, thats too bad it looks the same. can we enter canadian vins then or no
Hmm, I'm not sure, I wouldn't think so, but then I dont have a VIN to try it. I tried a couple random ones from the internet, but they dont seem to work. But its technically only a database issue. If we can get the US/EU/CAN database, then you just add it in the setup to tell the program to look through that one too.


Oh and there's a program called "Supersession Chain", which provides alternate part numbers for the ones that were replaced\stopped making, and tells you if special fitment is needed or if its bolt on. I dont recall seeing that in the previous version.

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This one seems like it has all the EU/US/CAN vins.
http://www.digital-kaos.co.uk/forums...-eurinf-63567/

The interfaces are slightly different between regular and Jap version of FAST. I dont even know if the databases would be interchangeable.

Nissan FAST:


Nissan FAST Japan:
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Default Re: Nissan Fast 2009

I am dowloading all of those rapidshare files
good find. I will sort it out and get it onto the server asap.

supersession was in the old 2001 fast as well
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Default Re: Nissan Fast 2009

the top one that dark posted is the one i always see the guys using at the local Nissan parts desk.

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Default Re: Nissan Fast 2009

Hmm

I noticed that the part descriptions in the 2009 version are all in Japanese.

In the 2001 version they appeared in English.

Yes, I changed the NTFASTKY ini to = ENG

The program menus and buttons are english but the descriptors still appear in Japanese.

Any ideas on this?
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Also, for the VINs

I tried a known Japanese VIN and it wouldn't accept it

But when I first input the model SERIES manually, THEN I could put the VIN in.

So for RNN14-005015

I would put N14 model series first.. and then I'd go and put the VIN in.
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i downloaded this files.
I cannot install it as i cannot run hdcopy exe file
I see a lot of questions and message as CD?
What is it about?
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i downloaded this files.
I cannot install it as i cannot run hdcopy exe file
I see a lot of questions and message as CD?
What is it about?
Burn in on a dvd and then install it. It will require the dvd in the drive when you want to run it.

Install from the hard drive is fuzzy, works on and off. In the event you get it to work, you might notice certain VIN numbers wont work anymore.
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Burn in on a dvd and then install it. It will require the dvd in the drive when you want to run it.

Install from the hard drive is fuzzy, works on and off. In the event you get it to work, you might notice certain VIN numbers wont work anymore.
I have done it, but no effect.No way,Pedro It still writes 'no cd', after many clicking on OK, there is no effect. Perhaps some images to show me up?

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