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Old 11-10-2013, 08:15 PM
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Default NCS Expert Chassis Faulty Error??

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Can someone please help me.. I've got Win XP on my laptop and I've managed to get INPA communicating with my car. I've updated all the SP Daten files to the latest version and also executed the Laden.Bat file. Problem is once I open NCS expert, load a profile, press F1 and then F3, choose my chassis E89, I keep getting Chassis Faulty?? Any help would be great, new to the coding world..

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try to close inpa but leave the server running
i had the error to but when i close inpa before i use ncs expert it works
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