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Old 03-02-2014, 03:21 PM
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Default HELP! ecu updating problems

hey everyone, im looking for some help with winkfp i have it all installed and have the daten files all improted i enter my vin but somehow when i try to program all i get is this error log....

Error 200:
Error on reading HW-Number from ECU or logistic file
Please check: Connection of ECU, Diagnosis line, ECU-Address, Logstic files

also shows..
COAPI error entries:

2000 Error Error in EDIABAS or ECU description file (SGBD) IFH-0003: Datatransmittion to interface disturbed 11MDS43
2000 Error Error in EDIABAS or ECU description file (SGBD) SG_IDENT_LESEN
2000 Error Error in EDIABAS or ECU description file (SGBD)


Am i doing something wrong or missing something out?

any help will be apriciated im confused .


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