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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian S View Post
    I've got Inpa and DIS working. My car is a bit younger though. I'll try digging my diag laptop out at the weekend and see what version I am running. I know I am running DIS V44 and I thought I was running Ediabas 6.4.3 Inpa 4.4.7.

    I'm surprised that copying in that missing file didn't work.

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    Couldn't have worked mate, the files wasn't even missing. No idea what's wrong here, but it appears that it can't communicate with the DME. Will keep trying other versions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit View Post
    im downloading this-BMW DIAGNOSTIC DIS v39 & PROGMAN SSS dis gt1

    i have a windows vista home premium with serial port but i have a usb lead and connections etc etc

    i can access the main screen on inpa carsoft software but then i get module not found error,hopefully with the other software i can overcome this

    ADS dosent work with USB interfaces...
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    3.6 SYS-0002: ECU OBJECT FILE NOT FOUND
    Reason 1: If the external table T_GRTB.prg doesn’t exist in the directory C:\EDIABAS\ECU\
    the error message will be displayed when You execute the job
    IDENT_FUNKTIONAL of a functional SGBD.
    Solution 1: You have to download the external table using the ECCO Web Export and copy it
    in the directory C:\EDIABAS\ECU\.
    Reason 2: The SGBD, which You want to start doesn’t exist in the directory
    C:\EDIABAS\ECU or is an old one.
    Solution 2: You have to download the SGBD using the ECCO Web Client and copy it in the
    directory C:\EDIABAS\ECU\.



    INPA installation and trouble shooter guides...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    Detects battery and ignition, connects to ABS, instrument panel and central locking, but that's pretty much it. Other bits, it either doesn't connect or I don't have it installed in the car (like cruise control, PCD etc)
    I would contact the company who supplied the interface and the adapter cable, and get a pin-out schematic of both. You need to find out what's trying to communicate, on which pins and then check that against the 20-pin diagnostic connector on your car.
     
     

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    Right, been fiddling a bit more with this and I found that Tool32 sort of connect to the DME. Basically, I started Too32 and loaded the DME file (DME331K20).

    No idea what I was doing there, is not very user friendly and the fact that all tests are in german didn't help either. Anyway, I was able to recognize values for lambda, water coolant temp and few other things.

    There's a shed load of tests there, some I could run, some returned that same error: "data transmission to control unit disturbed". But at least it connected to the ECU to some of the tests, which is more than I can say about INPA.

    Now, apparently, this DME file is for 2.5 M50 with EWS. My car wasn't fitted with an EWS system, so perhaps I should try looking for a file specifically designed for this type of cars? An older version, probably, like DME330, or something..

    What do you guys think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    No idea what I was doing there, is not very user friendly and the fact that all tests are in german didn't help either. Anyway, I was able to recognize values for lambda, water coolant temp and few other things. There's a shed load of tests there, some I could run, some returned that same error: "data transmission to control unit disturbed". But at least it connected to the ECU to some of the tests, which is more than I can say about INPA.
    No offence intended, but i wouldn’t start running any old test you come across, using Tool Set 32. It gives you direct access and manipulation of an ECU, and you can cause a lot of damage with it if you don’t understand what you’re doing. Every single .prg file contains a list of these “tests” (called “Jobs”). Some of these jobs use the same data addressing and are shared across different ECU platforms - hence the reason why some worked and some didn’t. INPA uses these same jobs, only it is automated. It sounds like you need to physically look at your DME and find out exactly which type it is, and how it is connected to the diagnostic socket…
     
     

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    OK, does anyone have this "T_GRTB.prg" file? Apparently, it should have been installed in EDIABAS\ECU but it hasn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    OK, does anyone have this "T_GRTB.prg" file? Apparently, it should have been installed in EDIABAS\ECU but it hasn't.
    https://www.rapidshare.com/files/227142048/t_grtb.zip
     
     

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    Thanks bud, appreciated! Any chance you'd have the dme331.ipo as well?

    Never mind, found them! Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    Thanks bud, appreciated! Any chance you'd have the dme331.ipo as well?
    https://www.rapidshare.com/files/62982986/DME331.zip
     
     

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