I think it's only for Windows, but I haven't paid attention to whether or not they've made it available for MACs yet. I hate to send people to EvoM, but their EcuFlash sub-forum is very valuable, so go check it out to be sure. http://forums.evolutionm.net in the EcuFlash sub-forum beneath General Engine Management.
sweet thanks for the pointer warr. I''ll see what i can scrounge up. If i get the software i'll up date and post a link. If i cant find i'm afriad i'll have to get an emulater for this powerbook and really back door it.
I would like to revive this issue by asking the OP if her has considered running Parallels or any of the other solutions that allow you to run not only windows applications, but Windows itself on you Mac? And why do you say "dreaded" mac? I am a happy mac user and have also been looking into doing the same thing. My friend who is the IT guy here at work has been running windows on a Mac laptop without any problems. We use some very demanding and sometimes poorly designed Windows applications, and even these have not been a problem, so I imagine ECU flash would work fine as well.
Sure beats waiting around for a Mac version to come out.
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