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    Hi,

    You will find my EDIABAS.INI below.

    Code:
    ;=============================================================================
    ;EDIABAS 6.4.7 Configuration
    [Configuration]
    ;=============================================================================
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; EcuPath
    ;       Description :   ECU file path
    ;       Default     =   .
    EcuPath          =C:\EDIABAS\ECU
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; SimulationPath
    ;       Description :   Simulation file path
    ;       Default     =   .
    SimulationPath   =C:\EDIABAS\SIMULATION
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; TracePath
    ;       Description :   Trace file path
    ;       Default     =   .
    TracePath        =C:\EDIABAS\TRACE
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; CodeMapping
    ;       Description :   Character mapping file path
    ;       Default     =   .
    ;CodeMapping      = C:\EDIABAS\BIN\ansi2oem.tab
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; TraceSize
    ;       Description :   Maximum size of each trace file [KB]
    ;       Value       :   0..32767
    ;       Default     =   1024
    TraceSize        = 32767
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; ApiTrace
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable API/User trace
    ;       Value       :   0  = Trace disabled
    ;                       1  = User trace
    ;                       2  = User trace + time stamp
    ;                       3  = User trace + time stamp + process id (Win32)
    ;                       4  = Function trace
    ;                       5  = Function trace + time stamp
    ;                       6  = Function trace + time stamp + timing
    ;                       7  = Function trace + time stamp + timing + process id (Win32)
    ;       Default     =   0
    ApiTrace         =0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; IfhTrace
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable IFH trace
    ;       Value       :   0  = Trace disabled
    ;                       1  = User trace
    ;                       2  = User trace + interface
    ;                       3  = User trace + interface + time stamp
    ;       Default     =   0
    IfhTrace         =0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; IfhnTrace
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable IFH network trace (with XREMOTE)
    ;       Value       :   0  = Trace disabled
    ;                       1  = User trace
    ;                       2  = User trace + interface
    ;                       3  = User trace + interface + time stamp
    ;       Default     =   0
    ;IfhnTrace        = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; SystemTraceSys
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable system trace (runtime system)
    ;       Value       :   0  = Trace disabled
    ;                       Trace levels 1..7
    ;       Default     =   0
    SystemTraceSys   = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; SystemTraceBip
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable BIP trace (runtime system)
    ;       Value       :   0  = Trace disabled
    ;                       Trace levels 1..7
    ;       Default     =   0
    SystemTraceBip   = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; SystemTraceIfh
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable IFH system trace
    ;       Value       :   0  = Trace disabled
    ;                       Trace levels 1..7
    ;       Default     =   0
    SystemTraceIfh   = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; SystemTraceNet
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable network trace
    ;       Value       :   0  = Trace disabled
    ;                       Trace levels 1..7
    ;       Default     =   0
    SystemTraceNet   = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; BipDebugLevel
    ;       Description :   BIP debug level of ECU files
    ;       Value       :   0..32767
    ;       Default     =   0
    BipDebugLevel    = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; UbattHandling
    ;       Description :   Ubatt ON/OFF handling
    ;       Value       :   0  = Ubatt ON/OFF: No EDIABAS error
    ;                       1  = Ubatt ON/OFF: EDIABAS error
    ;       Default     =   1
    UbattHandling    = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; IgnitionHandling
    ;       Description :   Ignition ON/OFF handling
    ;       Value       :   0  = Ignition ON/OFF: No EDIABAS error
    ;                       1  = Ignition ON/OFF: EDIABAS error
    ;       Default     =   1
    IgnitionHandling = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; ClampHandling
    ;       Description :   automatic check of clamps for Ubatt and Ignition
    ;       Value       :   0  = no automatic clamp check with send_and_receive
    ;                       1  = automatic clamp check with send_and_receive
    ;       Default     =   1
    ;ClampHandling    = 1
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; TaskPriority
    ;       Description :   EDIABAS process/thread priority (only Win32/16)
    ;       Value       :   0  = Optimal EDIABAS performance = 8
    ;                       1  = Minimal EDIABAS performance
    ;                       ..
    ;                       10 = Maximal EDIABAS performance
    ;       Default     =   0
    TaskPriority     = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; LoadWin32
    ;       Description :   Map EDIABAS Win16 calls to EDIABAS Win32
    ;       Value       :   0  = Win16/32 Mapping disabled (Win16-->Win16)
    ;                       1  = Win16/32 Mapping enabled (Win16-->Win32)
    ;       Default     =   0 for Windows 9x/Me
    ;       Default     =   1 for Windows NT4/2000/XP
    ;LoadWin32        = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; SystemResults
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable system results (ubatt/ignition/jobstatus)
    ;       Value       :   0  = Disable system results
    ;                       1  = Enable system results
    ;       Default     =   1
    SystemResults    = 1
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; RetryComm
    ;       Description :   Repeat failed communication automatically (1x)
    ;       Value       :   0  = Retry disabled
    ;                       1  = Retry enabled (1x)
    ;       Default     =   1
    RetryComm        = 1
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Simulation
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable ECU simulation
    ;       Value       :   0  = Simulation disabled
    ;                       1  = Simulation enabled
    ;       Default     =   0
    Simulation       = 0
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Interface
    ;       Description :   Connected diagnosis interface
    ;       Default     =   STD:OBD
    
    Interface        = ADS
    
    ; Additional information (in German) :
    ; Bitte beachten: Der HW-Treiber fuer das Interface muss installiert sein!
    
    ; Interface      = STD:OBD
    ; Beschreibung   : Serieller Pegelwandler (Nachfolger von ADS / Anschluss an OBD-Dose)
    ; Installation   : \EDIABAS\HARDWARE\OBD\ODBSETUP (nur noetig fuer WIN NT4, WIN 2000, WIN 
    
    XP)
    ; INI-Datei      : Suchreihenfolge analog zu EDIABAS.ini
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN3.xx          : Nein
    ;                  WIN95,98  16-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    
    ; Interface      = STD:FUNK
    ; Beschreibung   : Funk-Diagnose Interface MDA von Fa. Siemens
    ; Installation   : keine
    ; INI-Datei      : FUNK.INI
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    
    ; Interface      = ADS
    ; Beschreibung   : Serieller Pegelwandler (Anschluss an Diagnose-Dose)
    ; Installation   : \EDIABAS\HARDWARE\ADS\ADS32\ADSSETUP (nur fuer WinNT4 noetig)
    ; INI-Datei      : keine
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Nein
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    
    ; Interface      = KBUS
    ; Beschreibung   : Serieller Pegelwandler (Anschluss direkt an K-Bus oder I-Bus)
    ; Installation   : \EDIABAS\HARDWARE\ADS\ADS32\ADSSETUP (nur fuer WinNT4 noetig)
    ; INI-Datei      : keine
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Nein
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    
    ; Interface      = EDIC
    ; Beschreibung   : Serielles , PCMCIA , PC-Card Interface von Fa. Softing
    ; Installation   : \EDIABAS\HARDWARE\EDIC\SETUP.EXE
    ; INI-Datei      : EDICFW.INI, EDICHW.INI
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    
    ; Interface      = EDICC
    ; Beschreibung   : EDIC-Card C oder EDIC-Card 2 CAN-Interface von Fa. Softing
    ; Installation   : \EDIABAS\HARDWARE\EDIC\SETUP.EXE
    ; INI-Datei      : XEDICC.INI
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    
    ; Interface      = STD:CAN
    ; Beschreibung   : PCMCIA CAN-Interface CanCardX/XL von Fa. Vector
    ; Installation   : keine (ausser Installation der CAN-Karte)
    ; INI-Datei      : CAN32.INI
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Nein
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Nein
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    ; Ansprechpartner: Hr. Jusko
    ;   Telefon      : +49-(0)89/382-35891  (Hotline)
    ;   email        : FLASH.SERVICE@BMW.DE (Hotline)
    
    ; Interface      = STD:ADS4MOST
    ; Beschreibung   : Most-Interfaces von Fa. Oasis
    ; Installation   : keine (ausser Installation der Oasis-Karte)
    ; INI-Datei      : ADS4MOST.INI
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : ?
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : ?
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0       : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    ;   Ansprechpart.: Hr. Rowedder
    ;   Telefon      : 089 / 382-29159
    ;   email        : Michael.Rowedder@bmw.de
    
    ; Interface      = REMOTE
    ; Beschreibung   : Anbindung eines EDIABAS-Interfaces über TCP/IP
    ; Installation   : Anpassung der Einträge in [TCP] auf beiden Seiten (ins.: RemoteHost, 
    
    Port)
    ; INI-Datei      : keine
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Nein
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0, XP   : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    ; Sonderfall     : Interface OPPS
    ;   Ansprechpart.: Hr. Rowedder
    ;   Telefon      : 089 / 382-29159
    ;   email        : Michael.Rowedder@bmw.de
    
    ; Interface      = REMOTE:name
    ; Beschreibung   : Anbindung eines EDIABAS-Interfaces über TCP/IP
    ; Installation   : Anpassung der Einträge in [TCP] auf beiden Seiten (ins.: RemoteHost, 
    
    Port)
    ; INI-Datei      : REMOTE.INI (insbesondere für Parallelbetrieb notwendig)
    ;                  In REMOTE.INI stehen unter [name] spezif. Einstellungen(z.B.: RemoteHost, 
    
    Port)
    ; Unterstuetzung : WIN95,98  16-Bit : Nein
    ;                  WIN95,98  32-Bit : Ja
    ;                  WIN NT 4.0, XP   : Ja
    ;                  WIN XP           : Ja
    ; Sonderfall     : Interface OPPS
    ;   Ansprechpart.: Hr. Rowedder
    ;   Telefon      : 089 / 382-29159
    ;   email        : Michael.Rowedder@bmw.de
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; NetworkProtocol
    ;       Description :   Network protocol
    ;       Default     =
    NetworkProtocol  = TCP
    
    ;=============================================================================
    ;TCP/IP Configuration
    [TCP]
    ;=============================================================================
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; RemoteHost
    ;       Description :   server address/name
    ;       Default     =
    RemoteHost           = 192.168.68.1
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ; Port
    ;       Description :   IP communication port
    ;       Value       :   1000 < port < 30000
    ;       Default     =
    Port                 = 6801
     
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ;TimeoutConnect
    ;       Description :   Timeout for establishing the connection
    ;       Default     =   5000
    TimeoutConnect       = 2000
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ;TimeoutReceive
    ;       Description :   Timeout for receiving a message
    ;       Default     =   5000
    TimeoutReceive       = 2000
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ;TimeoutFunction
    ;       Description :   Timeout for a long function
    ;       Default     =   59000
    TimeoutFunction      = 10000
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ;DisconnectOnApiEnd
    ;       Description :   Enable/Disable Disconnection with function call ApiEnd
    ;       Value       :   0  = Disconnection disabled
    ;                       1  = Disconnection enabled
    ;       Default     =   0
    ;DisconnectOnApiEnd   = 1
    
    ;-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ;InitCmd<n>
    ;       Description :   Initialization command <n> (normally for OPPS)
    ;       Default     =   
    ;InitCmd0             = FE,04,00,03,01
    ;InitCmd1             = FD,05,00,03,01
    
    ;=============================================================================
    ; End Of File EDIABAS.ini
    ;=============================================================================
    When you can't connect with DME using INPA, I'm suggesting to use DIS instead.
    I have had severeal casese that only DIS could establish connection with control modules.

    Regards
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    Thanks bud, will give it a try with your ini.
    There are only two products required to make the universe work properly: Duct tape and WD40. 


    If it moves (and it shouldn't): duct tape. 
If it doesn’t move (and it should): WD40.

    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    Do you have any config files? Did you have to create as OBD.ini file in C:\Windows? How did you manage to install this and make it work? I've been trying to get to the bottom of it for 2 days now, with no success. Do you have a link for the software you're using? And also, you're using the interface in ADS mode, right? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    There are only two products required to make the universe work properly: Duct tape and WD40. 


    If it moves (and it shouldn't): duct tape. 
If it doesn’t move (and it should): WD40.

    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    I have also OBD.INI file but I'm not sure in 100% if this is necessary by ADS interface.This one is stored in C:\EDIABAS\Bin. Anyway you can find it below:
    Code:
    [OBD]
    Port=Com1
    Hardware=ADS
    RETRY=ON
    ;Tracelevel=0xFFFFFFFF
    ;Tracelevel=0xFFFFFFFF
    ;Tracelevel=0xF0000000
    ;Tracelevel=0x0000FFFF
    ; Bit 0    = Funktionsaufruf
    ; Bit 1    = io Ergebnis
    ; Bit 2    = nio Ergebnis
    ; Bit 3    = Detailinfos
    ; Nibble 0 = readchar_wait
    ; Nibble 1 = main
    ; Nibble 2 = cmd
    ; Nibble 3 = obd
    ; Nibble 4 = send_and_receive_...
    ; Nibble 5 = read_telegram_...
    ; Nibble 6 = send_telegram
    ; Nibble 7 = SendData
    
    
    [UNIT_A]
    Port=Com2
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_B]
    Port=Com3
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_C]
    Port=Com4
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_D]
    Port=Com5
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_E]
    Port=Com6
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_F]
    Port=Com7
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_G]
    Port=Com8
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_H]
    Port=Com9
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_I]
    Port=Com10
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_J]
    Port=Com11
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_K]
    Port=Com12
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_L]
    Port=Com13
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_M]
    Port=Com14
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_N]
    Port=Com15
    Hardware=OBD
    
    [UNIT_O]
    Port=Com16
    Hardware=OBD
    Interface works in ADS mode and I do connect with many modules ( of course INPA and DIS is required).
    except KOMBI
    Regarding DIS I created virtual machine by myself but I saw some complete DIS machines just ready to use.
    I have somewhere a link but I need to check it out
    Let you know after finding it.

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    Cheers bud, appreciated!
    There are only two products required to make the universe work properly: Duct tape and WD40. 


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    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    Here is link to DIS package and instruction how to install it on PC
    Prepackaged VM machines - Bimmerforums - The Ultimate BMW Forum

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    Thanks man, I'll give it a try. Have you used both INPA and DIS? I've been told that DIS is nowhere near INPA's capabilities and that is quite basic.
    There are only two products required to make the universe work properly: Duct tape and WD40. 


    If it moves (and it shouldn't): duct tape. 
If it doesn’t move (and it should): WD40.

    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    OK, everything went smooth, installed everything but still no joy. DIS says there's no diag head connected. And when I try to connect manually, it says no power from the battery, or voltage too low. Any idea what's wrong?
    There are only two products required to make the universe work properly: Duct tape and WD40. 


    If it moves (and it shouldn't): duct tape. 
If it doesn’t move (and it should): WD40.

    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    Solved! I needed a diag head emulator. After connecting the diag head to DIS, it worked perfectly - connecting to everything in the car. However, it's very, very slow. It feels like I'm working on a 286 (anyone still remember those? ) Is there any trick to make it faster?

    P.S. Thanks a lot for the link mate, it really solved my problems.
    There are only two products required to make the universe work properly: Duct tape and WD40. 


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If it doesn’t move (and it should): WD40.

    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    I'm glad everything works OK
    The probelm with DIS is that virtual machine (VM) is needed to get it working ( excluding IBM T23 laptop where DIS can be installed without VM).Due to that laptop needs to be equipped in fast processor.I use HP with 1,86Ghz and speed of DIS is good enough but for some modules it is working very slow.The best option is to have Due Core 2Ghz
     
     

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