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Old 01-15-2016, 10:08 PM
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I downloaded the v5.0.2 from the most recent link on page 30. It doesn't really have clear install instructions. I see the directory auto run was pointed to, installed the program? Did the ref2005 then ref2006. I see folders 5.01/5.0.2 updated. I'm not sure how to proceed or if I did the correct procedures. Would anyone please help with a walk through? Or maybe team viewer? I have many many versions of INPA, maybe someone super familiar can help me install?! I'm trying to register my battery. Thank you all! [Only for registered users... ]
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Worked on Windows 10, just had to run in compatibility mode... all good. Thank you!!
Can you educate me where?
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Can you educate me where?

Right click the .exe, go to properties, comparability and change it to Windows xp( I usually use service pack 2-3 and all works well).

Anyone able to give me a handddddddddddd please lol.
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In the guide - step 2 - U continue the install in a folder called \referenc2006

Where do I find that ?
I think my problem is installing EDIABAS...

Thank U very much in advance...
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Ok when doing the refernz2006 install would you use BMW Group Rectification programs USA if from the US?
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Hi guys

I'm new here. I guess you all are tired of these discussions, but i want to ask you. If its possible to run inpa on windows 8?

I tried to download the file, wich is on page 30, but its works only on windows xp.

Thanks for your responds :)
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followed all the instructions upto
Open :\Referenz2006\INSTALL\Instprog.exe
cant find that file any help please
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solved it just searched laptop for Instprog.exe it found 2 so I clicked the second and it worked. my next question is can you save error reports and if so where do they go cheers
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Default How to install INPA 5.0.2 EDIABAS 6.4.7

here is the useful instruction on how to install INPA 5.0.2 EDIABAS 6.4.7 on Windows 7 64 bit operating system.:
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Can anybody help me, I have always got this error. INPA Works fine But as soon as the car is started it will crash..

apicheckjobstatus: error#13

ifh-0003 datatransmission interface disturbed

api job error no such result



I have set the latency timer to 1 in port settings, its std:obd in the bin files and using com port 2.

Using K+Dcan cable (white pcb). Works fine to read codes and flash the ecu however.

I am trying to log some live data for my tuner and its important I get it to work when the car is running. please help me, I cant find any information to a fix in google.
just tried the bmwlogger (free version) it would read codes but as soon as i turn the engine over, it says no device connected..

I also have no Pin# 8 on the round OBD Connector in the car. But I have connected pin 16 on the 20 pin connector to pin 1 on the 16 pin obd connector to detect ignition but still, as soon as car starts, it gives that error

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