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Old 01-13-2018, 11:08 AM
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Will the Microsoft surface pro 4 work for this and do i need to buy an adapter?
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Old 01-13-2018, 11:37 AM
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Be more specific. please
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For tuning? Diagnostics? What software are you wanting to run? That's a pretty vague question partner.
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Simple question if I purchase the HP Pro will it work on my laptop or do I need an adapter to plug it in
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Originally Posted by jim c
Simple question if I purchase the HP Pro will it work on my laptop or do I need an adapter to plug it in
It would be a simple question if it was actually asked. We can't read your mind
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Jim C- In your original question you asked about Microsoft Surface Pro. Now it's HP Pro??
Now you see why we ask all the questions about your questions?
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Originally Posted by G Atsma View Post
Jim C- In your original question you asked about Microsoft Surface Pro. Now it's HP Pro??
Now you see why we ask all the questions about your questions?
I'm on to something I think lol.. I think he means HP tuners Pro.... not HP as in.. Hewlett Packard. Your Microsoft Surface should work with HP tuners. I believe the surface has at least one USB connection which is what you mostly need. Not very sure of its processing speed or storage capabilities, but it's a fairly new device that should handle the job. To be safe, I would compare the computers specs to HP Tuners software requirements on their site. Better yet, shoot them an email or a call to be safe.

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You might have nailed it black sky! Maybe he can get the answer he is seeking! thanks!
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Originally Posted by jim c View Post
Simple question if I purchase the HP Pro will it work on my laptop or do I need an adapter to plug it in
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Yes, it'll work fine. Just plugs into the USB as another post already states. I'm using a laptop for home tuning, and a Surface Pro 3 running HP Tuners for updates and adjustments and tune uploads without any issues at all; works great at the Drag Strip being smaller to work with inside the car.

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