Sorry for resurrecting a dead thread, but thought it'd be good to keep all the content in one place anyway.
I recently bought a MUT-3 (most likely a clone, despite having all the Mitsubishi markings and logos on it), because the CD it shipped on had a couple kilobytes of a corrupt installer on it, although everything else looks very polished and official, with a hard brief case style box, and custom cut out foam etc. Of course, I had hints before I bought it, since it was only about $700... But anyway...
I managed to download a copy of the MUT-3 Software, which seems to now install two copies - the original software, and a "SE" or "Second Edition" version.
Installing it on Windows 10 didn't install the right drivers for the VCI, and crashed during the database install - though others have mentioned that it was a non-fatal crash, and could use it after the install.
Installing it on Windows XP, I got it working for the original MUT-3 software, but any time I try to take any action, it tells me that function is only available in the SE edition. When I try to run the SE edition, Windows tells me that the SE binary not a valid windows 32 application. This usually means it was compiled for a later version of Windows.
I'm happy to buy Windows 7/8, or Kolyandex's driver for Windows 10 - If I was fairly confident either would work. But it seems like everyone is fumbling in the dark and getting it working almost seems to be as much by chance as anyone knowing what they are doing.
So anyone who got it working, can you let me know:
1) Which version of Windows did you use?
2) Did you have to buy a driver?
3) Did you have to work around any non-fatal errors during install?