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1997 Nissan Max. Steps to get computer to read again after reset.

I reset my computer by disconnecting the battery for 2 hours (I hope that was right), but a guy told me once there is are steps to take to get the computer to read again. I am trying to pass emissions inspection. The instructions were like: 1. drive 55mph for 10 min and turn car off. 2. Start and drive 30mph for 5min...etc.
Does anybody have the correct steps?
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The sequence is listed on pg.9-19 and 9-20 of the owners manual

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