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Old 11-18-2012, 04:52 PM
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Default INPA 5.0.4 Problem

Hello guys,

I'm using INPA 5.0.2 (INPA EA80x) along with Ediabas 6.3.4 and it works well. I only get a message „different versions“ , but everything ist working well.

But the newer INPA 5.0.4. (INPA EA90x) doesn't start properly and shows an Error-Screen:
Error! Group file: D_MOTOR.GRP
IFH-0018: INITILIZATION ERROR.
You either have an obsolete .. \ EDIABAS \ ECU \ T_GRTB.PRG file, and / or incorrect versions, diagnostic or up to F01: SGBD Index


This error message is absolutely indipendent on cable interface or software packages.
I tried different software packages from different download sources. The same error.

The car is BMW 3 January 2007, 320d.

Many thanks in advance and sorry for my english.

Last edited by NWOM; 11-21-2012 at 08:47 PM.


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