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Old 05-15-2014, 08:45 PM
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Default Which E36 SP-daten version to use??

Alright, I installed INPA following the instruction on the sticky on this forum, got it working, and I can read codes and data with INPA on my E36, now, as far as WinKFP, which version of the daten files am I supposed to use?

I found all of the 50.2 version daten files on Mega, but is that good enough? As a side note, beside the chassis folders there's one named BASE, is it necessary? What is it for?

Lastly, I read that some daten folders come with a laden.dat file, used to update the folders automatically, and some people use the BMW Coding Tool . Does it matter which method to use?

I'm sorry, I searched and searched but haven't found anything concrete regarding my questions.


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