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Old 11-08-2014, 04:13 PM
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Default Read CIC information in INPA

When I try to read my navigation system using INPA I get the following message:

Requested control unit: 'NAVL60/V1.x,CCCA60/V4.x,NAVMASK2/V0.x' not found. Control unit found: 'CICR_HD'. Program will be stopped.

When I use INPA to read my modules it says I have CCC Gen. name with an OKAY job status and a SGBD of CICR_HD.

Am I supposed to have something other than "NAV_60" in my e90.eng file? Am I missing some files?

Help!! I'm trying to read m FSC information and need to access my navigation system.


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