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As Neil says, Peugeots are very picky about batteries.
For example, one of my 407s decided to forget about the position of one of its windows. And my 406 had a memory lapse regarding its climate control.
Both because of old/poor batteries.,
There are plenty of folk about with equipment. I have it, unfortunately I also have a dead laptop currently.
www.peugeotforums.com have a "planet map" of people who also have the equipment. Maybe there is someone local who will have a look for you, I normally ask for a bottle or two of beer in...
I'll assume based on previous experience they're using equipment that can't interrogate the rather picky Peugeot/Citroen ECUs.
The only equipment I'd ever recommend is a laptop and Diagbox/Peugeot Planet, exactly what a dealer would use.
Superknock could well mean it needs a decoke. Not overly...
I'll assume it's not factory. Unless Peugeot offered some weird options I missed.
Unless you want something similar you should just be able to remove it. Well, hopefully the previous owner wasn't a plank and glued it on.
What exactly has gone wrong with it?
The hard drives can fail. Though there is a way around this, and you can fit a flash card in to them.
Unfortunately mine let the smoke out and had melted and charred wiring inside when I opened it.
That's an NG4, mine went tits up and I bought a replacement from a 5008 and swapped the faceplate. From memory it was around £300.
Ignore the dick heads on ebay who think they're worth thousands of pounds.
When you get one it'll need VIN coding, which unless you can do it yourself will be an...