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Old 07-07-2011, 11:28 PM
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thanks,
does this mean this software is the original software used by BMW?
yes it is mate
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  • Car and Key memory programming using NCS Expert in the Ediabas package.
I am waiting to have acces to the file. I think INPA is the best software
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how to connect inpa with vag usa connector??? thanks so much
why VAG USA is this a different one?
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Default Thank you Tyler

A big thank you to Tyler for the information and help here.
I am new to this forum, and to be honest the forums I have looked at in the past [various manufacturers]have been unhelpful, bitchy and involved people who didn't really know what they were talking about but were boldly confident that they did.
I'm pleased to say this one appears to be different, so far so good.
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help instaling..
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hi,Tyler
I have edited the EDIABAS.IN to connect ops to NCS, according to the ediabas configuration. but it isn't succeed to do it. please tell me ,how to do it correctly? thank you.
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hi,Tyler
I have edited the EDIABAS.IN to connect ops to NCS, according to the ediabas configuration. but it isn't succeed to do it. please tell me ,how to do it correctly? thank you.
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Instructions on how to update a module with WinKFP.

1 Start WinKFP and select F3:- Update ZUSB
2 Select ECU type and the ECU will appear along with a list of part numbers.
3 Select ok and the main menu will re-appear
4 Select VIN and enter the cars VIN no. and select OK.
5 Select Done
6 Select Prog. ZB_update, you will be asked to confirm the update, Winkfp wil state the number of times the module can be re-programmed.
7 Sit back and wait.
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Default NCS expert manual

has anyone thought to compile and even sell a manula for NCS expert?
it is about the unfriendliest software I have every used.
Or is there something for sale akin to VCDS (VW/Audi diagnostic software)
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