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    Hello sir,

    I would like to know what procedure should be done when programming using the GT1 is disturbed? The car is now not responding to the GT1.

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    What were you programming at the time?
     
     

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    Did you have a battery support unit connected to the car during programing?

    Is this a genuine fully supported GT1 you were using or a Chinese copy?

    If the software in the module you were programing has been corrupted then a trip to BMW will be very expensive, however if you can get the car to someone with Autologic they may be able to help.
     
     

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