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Old 09-18-2013, 07:43 AM
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Hello again..After testing my S/W INPA and NCSExpert I ran into an issue with NCS...INPA works great but when I go to NCS and load a profile EXPERTMODE and select Chassis E89 I get "Chassis is Faulty" error. I looked in the file "daten" and I have files in there, SO I don't know why it's not working. Any help would be appreciated!
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Old 09-25-2013, 11:38 AM
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Guys,

I have a question regarding CIC. If you want to flash the CIC using dcan for small file address 62, should I remode the emulator before proceed flasinging with winkpf?

I've tried without removing it and fail to flash with message "ECU not answer", but I can get the UIF info with winkpf itself.

Appreciate your help.
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Old 10-31-2013, 05:45 AM
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Hello again..After testing my S/W INPA and NCSExpert I ran into an issue with NCS...INPA works great but when I go to NCS and load a profile EXPERTMODE and select Chassis E89 I get "Chassis is Faulty" error. I looked in the file "daten" and I have files in there, SO I don't know why it's not working. Any help would be appreciated!
You'll get the "Chassis is Faulty" error if you 1) don't have the cable plugged in between your computer and your vehicle, or 2) the vehicle ignition is not in the ON position. The message should really say something like "Cannot detect Chassis" or "No Connection with Vehicle".

Hope that helps you.
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BMW INPA Engineer diagnostic equipment has the powerful function which can do diagnosing of both latest and old BMW serials car, such as E39, E60, E65, and the communication speed much faster than GT-1. It only needs 6 seconds to scan out all trouble codes of the car which has CANBUS gateway communication, such as E60,E65, and 5 seconds for old car coding, such as E39.



New INPA description
* Support of all ECU use cases in Engineering, Test, Production and After Sales
* Specification of ECUís diagnostic data
* Reading and clearing error memory
* FLASH data uploading and downloading
* Reading measurement value
* Input/output control
* Calibration of single ECU variables
* CAN (controller Area Network) bus mode emulation
* Integrated solutions for on-board/off-board
* Customer specific protocols supported
* Long term application by supporting widespread ASAM standards
* Language option: English and German

Models covered:
1 series E81 E82 E87 E88
3 series E30 E36 E46 E90 E91 E92 E93
5 series E34 E39 E60 E61
6 series E63 E64
7 series E38 E65 E66
8 series E31
Mini R50 R52 R53 R55 R56 R57
X series E53 E83 E70 E71
Rolls Royce RR1 RR2
Z series E52. E85 E86 E89

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Accessories
BMW INPA cable (3 variants: ADS+K-kine / K-line / K-line+DCAN) x 1pc
Software hardisk (v5.02 ) with installation instruclions x 1pc

Notice of using INPA

1) Before using this equipment, keep the battery of notebook fully charged to avoid battery broken. Donít charge the battery while diagnosing (the charger may interfere with diagnosis). Before charging, discharge the battery. You may knock down the battery and connect the power line during long time diagnosing. To make sure the battery life. 2) While testing, make sure the diagnostic lines well connected.
3) Be sure to start diagnosing after all icons on bottom right of screen displayed regularly.
4) After finished diagnosing, back the screen to the main interface, then shut down the key and pull out the connector.
5) Donít cut the power or connector during test.
Don't touch the high temperature components in carriage during test.

Software:
BMW INPA EDIABAS 5.0.2 (full package, including: INPA, NCSExpert, WinKFP, Tool32).
Language: English/German
System requirements:
Win XP/2000/VISTA/7

If you have Win7 operating system INPA will work properly but you need XPmode to work with NCSExpert.

Download [Only for registered users... ] (enter digits and click "Скачать").

Step-by-step installation guide with screenshots here: [Only for registered users... ]

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If your INPA Cable connects to USB port and have ftdi chip you can download latest version of drivers here: [Only for registered users... ]
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Default Restraint system malfunction bmw 320i 2005 E90 please help

Hi all,

can someone please help me with the attached screenshot?
ive cleared and it comes back straight after restarting the car.

any help is much appreciated

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I downloaded the file, but when I attempt to install on Vista I get the error that it requires NT 4.0 or XP. Post #1 says it will work with Vista. Is there a different file that I need?

Thanks.
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Old 02-25-2014, 06:23 PM
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hello guys

please i have a problem in my inpa.
when i try to read UIF (AIF) inpa displays current but with blank page and other parameter (UIF1-UIF2....) are all blank pages.
it reads ignition status and battery and everything else is ok.
so what is the problem ?

i appreciate your help.
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Old 03-26-2014, 07:23 PM
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guys, please tell me how can i make an injector test on my e60 525d with INPA or DIS
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Old 04-12-2014, 09:33 PM
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does the INPA software support a 2007 E90?
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guys new here.. software on page1 is all i needed for my E46 correct? no need for updated Daten files or any previous install needed etc?

will give this a try as soon as the download finishes.. thanks.
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