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Default BMW E70 2010 INPA(and not only) BATTERY REGISTRATION, how to correct/delete?

During diagnostic with Inpa, without connected cluster accidentally clicked on BATTERY REGISTRATION. MSD80 -> PM-IBS (F5) -> B Change (F5)
Mileage is saved but only now i understood that kms while cluster is NOT connected is just crazy, so here is the question, how can i correct or delete this record or all records of battery registration all together?

Ive tried to write DDE with WinKFP in 3 different WinKFP settings:
#1 Just comfort mode with regular way,
#2 Comfort mode with BOOTSectorupdate and
#3 in Comfort with BOOTSectorupdate and FORCEPROGRAMPROGRAMMING
Without success!

Please advise


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