How to Install Etka 7 Update (598 - 622) on Windows 7 Pro 64 Bit
Etka 7 is a popular electronic catalogue for Volkswagen, Audi, Seat and Skoda vehicles. It contains detailed information about parts, prices, diagrams and more. However, installing Etka 7 on a Windows 7 Pro 64 bit system can be tricky, as it requires some special steps and drivers. In this article, we will show you how to install Etka 7 Update (598 - 622) on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit successfully.
Step 1: Disable User Account Control
Before you start the installation, you need to disable User Account Control (UAC) in your Windows settings. UAC is a security feature that prevents unauthorized changes to your system. To disable UAC, follow these steps:
Go to Control Panel > User Accounts > Change User Account Control Settings.
Drag the slider to the bottom and click OK.
Restart your computer.
Step 2: Install HASP Driver
Next, you need to install the HASP driver, which is a software protection device that Etka 7 uses. To install the HASP driver, follow these steps:
Download the HASPUserSetup.exe file from the Sentinal_LDK_Run-time_setup folder. You can find this folder in the Etka 7 installation package or download it from here.
Run the HASPUserSetup.exe file and follow the instructions.
Do not install the install-hardlock.exe file.
Step 3: Install Multikey Driver
After installing the HASP driver, you need to install the Multikey driver, which is a virtual USB device that emulates the HASP dongle. To install the Multikey driver, follow these steps:
Copy the folder MULTIKEY64 to drive C:\\\\.
Run the file 0000750A_1.REG and click Yes to add it to the registry.
Run the file 0000750A_2.REG and click Yes to add it to the registry.
Run the file DSEO13B.EXE and click Next > Yes > Enable Test Mode > Next > OK > Exit > Next.
Restart your computer. You will see \"Test Mode - Windows 7 - Build 7601\" on the desktop in the lower right corner.
Run the file DSEO13B.EXE again and click Next > Yes > Sign a System File > Paste C:\\\\MULTIKEY64\\\\MULTIKEY.SYS > OK > Exit > OK.
Disconnect your internet connection.
Run the INSTALL.CMD file from C:\\\\MULTIKEY64. Wait for a few minutes until it installs the Virtual USB Multikey Driver.
Reconnect your internet connection. Do not update the HASP drivers.
Step 4: Install Etka 7 Update (598 - 622)
Finally, you can install Etka 7 Update (598 - 622) on your system. To install Etka 7 Update (598 - 622), follow these steps:
Run the etka75setup.exe file from KrAzYtHeBoY's package. You can find this package in some online forums or download it from here.
Follow the instructions and choose the default installation path on C:\\\\. Do not install the HASP Driver and Installer.
Add desktop shortcuts and updaters as you need.
Add the folder C:\\\\ETKA and the file Data.exe to your antivirus or malwarebytes exclusions. Some security programs may treat this file as 061ffe29dd