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Old 03-23-2011, 10:09 AM
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i have buy obd ads interface and i cant connect it on my bmw e36 316 1997 model.
i get always error ifh 0010 ,with inpa software.

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i have buy obd ads interface and i cant connect it on my bmw e36 316 1997 model.
i get always error ifh 0010 ,with inpa software.
IFH-0010: Data transmission to control unit disturbed - is it right?

This problem can occur with XP computers with the OBD interface.

Reason: With Windows XP, it is not possible to automatically set the receive and transmit
buffers using OBDSetup.exe, like in Windows NT.

Solution: Set the receive and transmit buffers to 8 as shown in the following:
Use Start My Computer Control Panel System Hardware Device
Manager Ports (COM & LPT) and then click with the right mouse button to call
up the properties of the COM port that is being used. Under the Port Settings tab,
set the Data bits of the receive and transmit buffers to 8.

+ are you sure your adapter have ADS interface?
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IFH-0010: Data transmission to control unit disturbed - is it right?

This problem can occur with XP computers with the OBD interface.

Reason: With Windows XP, it is not possible to automatically set the receive and transmit
buffers using OBDSetup.exe, like in Windows NT.

Solution: Set the receive and transmit buffers to 8 as shown in the following:
Use Start My Computer Control Panel System Hardware Device
Manager Ports (COM & LPT) and then click with the right mouse button to call
up the properties of the COM port that is being used. Under the Port Settings tab,
set the Data bits of the receive and transmit buffers to 8.

+ are you sure your adapter have ADS interface?
i have already set the transmit buffers to 8 ,but nothing!
yes my adapter have ads interface!

i open bmw inpa,then select old models,then engine, and dme 1.7
am i doing something rong?
my bmw is 1997 model with m43 engine!
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also ,all the links ,about video tutorials and screen shots, on this forum is on Russian pages and is not possible to understand kai register in order to download the files!
any help on this
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yes my adapter have ads interface!
It can have ads-connector but not ads interface. Do you have photo of your adapter.
Do you connect it to COM-port (not to USB)?

Can you connect to some another ECUs?
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this is what i have buy >> [Only for registered users... ]

yes ,i connect it on com port , not usb.
no ,i dont have other ecus to test it.
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Wonder if either the 21 pin connector..under the bonnet..or OBD 2 connector under the dash has the jumper missing? Did they not use a jumper on E-36 ers @ obd2 connector?

Just thinking outside the box..
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did you make sure the software was installed correctly?
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Did you ever fix this? I'm having similar issues here with ADS interface. It knows when batt and ignition is on, I can connect to ABS, instrument panel and central locking but can't connect to airbags, DME. Tool32 will connect to some of the tests of the DME (lambda, coolant temp, VIN), but not everything.

Any ideas what's wrong?

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for gas 4 cylinders DME & EGS, one needs to connect pins 17 and 20 on the diagnostic connector - this is only for gas 4 cylinders !
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