There are currently no other special fixes required for the latest release – DYNO-MAX 2010 version 10.23 Service Pack #1. If you have an earlier version of DYNO-MAX 2010, please upgrade to the latest release – before troubleshooting or reporting any suspected issues!
Is your dynamometer’s PC online? DYNO-MAX 2010 version 9.70 (or later) licensees under a current Priority Support Plan, and with an Internet connection on their dynamometer’s PC, may use DYNO-MAX’s “Help – Check Web for DYNO-MAX Updates…” menu selection. It automatically informs you of newer update availability!
What if your dynamometer’s PC is not hooked to the Internet? DYNO-MAX 2010 version 9.70 (or later) licensees under a current Priority Support Plan, but without an Internet connection, may follow these steps:
1) Manually download the “CD-2010.exe” installation file (see “download version…)” link below).
2) Copy that file to a USB thumb-drive (or CD).
3) Transfer that file to your DYNO-MAX equipped PC’s “desktop.”
4) Double-click that file and follow its installation instructions.
Click this “download version 10.23 SP #1 Upgrade CD files now” link (and then click Save) to begin downloading the Zipped installation file.
Tip: When asked, we suggest using your Windows Desktop for the “Save As” location of the “CD-2010.exe” zipped installation file – so you can find it easily
Windows Security Update KB2467174 began going out from Microsoft’s automatic Windows Update service in early April, 2011. After its installation, Windows-XP users will get a “CRT Not Initialized” error message when they try to launch DYNO-MAX 2010. Microsoft fixed this bug in a later update. The solution to repair damaged systems is to go into Windows Control Panel and use its Add/Remove Programs feature to remove “Security Update for Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Service Pack 1 Redistributable Package (KB2467174).“
Earlier versions of DYNO-MAX (pre 10.00) may experience the following (specific) problem with DYNO-MAX’s “Check Web for DYNO-MAX Updates” feature: “It goes through all of the downloading process, properly restarts DYNO-MAX, but upon returning the version is NOT updated.” If this is happening to you, download our fixed “TransferUpgrade.exe” (Zipped) program. A recent Microsoft update of your User Account Control settings prevents completion of automatic upgrading. Our new TransferUpgrade.exe file should be manually downloaded, unzipped, and then saved into your DYNO-MAX folder (e.g. “C:\Program Files\DYNO-MAX”) so automatic upgrading can complete. Contact Land & Sea Support if you need assistance!
64-bit DYNO-MAX 2010 began shipping in January, 2010. The current version (10.23Service Pack #1) release already includes our new DYNOmite 64-bit (and updated 32-bit) USB drivers – replacing the 2.0 versions. Current users, of versions 9.70 and later, may upgrade via DYNO-MAX’s “Help – Check Web for Updates…” feature. Alternatively, the 64-bit (and 32-bit) DYNOmite USB Drivers installer package may be downloaded separately by clicking this link.
Tip: If you have a DYNO-MAX 2010 CD, version 10.00 or later, of downloaded the current DYNO-MAX 2010 version upgrade (from this support page) you already have the latest drivers. In that case, you do not need to download this driver-installation package!
Were you a pre-9.90 DYNO-MAX 2010 Beta tester? If so, you should update to the latest version 10.23 (Service Pack #1) to take advantage of the expanded feature set and stability. Beta versions are no longer being supported. Registered beta testers should contact support to obtain their free  CD (or e-mailed files).
Important: This notice is for Beta version 9.72 SP #0 users (only) updating to any later release! There was a mix up in the four column assignments for the Run Information – Vehicle tab’s Driveline Power loss, Driveline % loss, Dyno Power loss, and Dyno % loss fields. Contact Land & Sea for help on repairing any affected runs (captured using 9.72). Our support team will be glad to talk you through this simple process.
To download a free printable copy of the current DYNO-MAX Users Manual to your PC, click on this Zipped “DYNO-MAX_Users_Manual.exe” link! It’s a printable version (in .pdf format) of the program’s On-Line Help. Although lengthy, reading the entire manual is the best way for power users to learn many useful DYNO-MAX 2010 features. Tip: If you already have the latest version of DYNO-MAX on a CD, then this same .pdf file is under its “DYNO-MAX 2010 Users Manual” folder.
Attention: Manual is over 1,600 pages long! 13 megabytes (approximate download time with 56k modem = 45 minutes).
Tip: The above file is compressed. After downloading you will need to “double click” on it (i.e. from Windows Explorer). This action expands it into a “.pdf” file that you can then open with the Adobe’s free Acrobat 10.1.2 Reader for viewing or printing.
Win2PDF – a low-cost PDF output Printer Driver (by Dane Prairie Systems), for creating e-mail ready “,pdf” files of DYNO-MAX’s Reports and Graphs. This is an easy way to send customer’s their reports via the Internet. Files are compatible with any Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download a free trial version (for non-commercial use) of this program.
Resco Explorer, which is required for use with Pocket DYNO-MAX, provides the required network file read/write capability that Microsoft left out of Windows Mobil. Download a free trial version of this must-have File Explorer replacement program.
Extended-Range Bluetooth to USB Transceiver Drivers (for part # 435-175) for XP and Vista (32 or 64 bit) may be downloaded from this link. Note: The drivers for Windows 7 (32 or 64 bit) are already included with that operating system.