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Old 03-08-2015, 10:08 AM
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Default E65 diagnosis works but no programming


Im having some problems getting both DIS v44 and sss progman to fuction properly to code and program my 2005 E65.

I have inpa up and working, as well as Easydis v44.

In SSS progman i get an error that i need to use an ops cable and in dis I get an error that it cant read vin from ews and so on.

diagnosis in dis works perfectly and i can start service functions as wipers/ dynamic drive tests.

im using a k+dcan cable from ebay.

Is there anything i need to do with the USB drivers? change it over to either k-line or dcan?

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