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Old 09-27-2014, 11:33 PM
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Default Do I need to upgrade to EDIABAS 7.2.0?

I'm new to this. I successfully installed EDIABAS 6.4.7 + INPA 5.0.2. I'm currently receiving SP-Daten v46.3.

The car that I have is a 2006 E60.

I read in some places that people updated to 7.2.0.. I don't know if I need to. I'll just be using this for regular stuff. The first thing I am going to do is program and register a new battery.

From the install of BMW tools info:

Tool-Setup Version 2.3.0 - 29.03.2004

Program File-Versions Package
-Tool32 Version
WINKFP 5.1.0
- Coapi 3.9.0
NCS Expert App.Version 3.1.0
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