Hi everybody,Have you tried the IEHosting registry settings. (There should be some .reg files on the DVD)
Ref.: DiagnosticAllowed: http://forums.swedespeed.com/showthread.php?233685-VIDA-on-Windows-10
Do you also have the red or black X where the DiCE selection should be?
Yes, they both are...Hmm, open regedit and check that the settings really stick. Check these two:
both keys should have the setting "EnableIEHosting"=dword:00000001
Compatibility mode is not needed and IE11 is not the problem.Yes, they both are...
Compatibility mode enabled on IE with localhost.
Trying to disable IE11 & install IE10... let's see
I did both...Compatibility mode is not needed and IE11 is not the problem.
Also tick the "Delete personal settings" and then restart IE. You will have to manually enable the addon "WebCGMHlprObj Class" in IE settings after this.
I made these 3 steps, trying between each one, but I still face the issue with the black X under Communication Tool & the method error "diagnosticallowed" - snif...My main computer with a working VIDA has been upgraded from Windows 7 Ult, then to Windows 8 Pro, then to Windows 8.1 Pro and finally to Windows 10 Pro.
Try resetting yor firewall settings.
Try cmd-prompt and enter the command sfc /scannow. If this didn't help I suggest you do a repair install of Windows 10 with an in-place upgrade:
I made these 3 steps, trying between each one, but I still face the issue with the black X under Communication Tool & the method error "diagnosticallowed" - snif...
I think I am going to use a caddy with a dedicated HDD loaded with W7 to make it work. WM under W10 is very slow.
If I find out something new, I let you know.
Hi everybody,It did not help.
My W10 is a pro 64.
English US release with french language.
Vida is installed with Fr language.
Trying HyperV to see if it is faster than VM Ware.