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Old 03-15-2014, 09:58 AM
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Hi all guys ,

someone can help me to connect my E87 with INPA ?
I have error " error compiling script file " i'm getting crazy :(
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Old 07-01-2014, 09:17 AM
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Same here, I have the error compiling script message.
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Hello everyone, so finaly after many hours of finding out, how bring inpa to work with my dde ecu unit, it works!!!!
i have used .ipo and .ini files from onlybmw69 and now i am able to enter dde with inpa.
ediabas ver.:7.2.0
inpa ver.:5.0.
BMW E61 engine N47 manufactured 2010
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Hello everyone, so finaly after many hours of finding out, how bring inpa to work with my dde ecu unit, it works!!!!
i have used .ipo and .ini files from onlybmw69 and now i am able to enter dde with inpa.
ediabas ver.:7.2.0
inpa ver.:5.0.
BMW E61 engine N47 manufactured 2010
where can i get ediabas v. 7.2.0?
I currently have v. 7.0.0 and it's not working or maybe i'm not doing it right.
Can you please tell me what were the steps that you've taken in order for it to work??

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instructions:

Download file attached
Unzip files in C: \ EC-APPS \ INPA \ SGDAT
.. * The GER or ENG * file in Folder C: \ EC-APPS \ INPA \ CFGDAT with the editor open (eg E90.GER)
Add When the engine is the line "ENTRY = DDE7XN47_ALL, N47 DDE7.x"
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Now, the entry "N47 DDE7.x" should appear in the relevant model sub-menu. When you select it may lead to error messages, which could be ignored [at least for me] but.
Just to clarify for anyone who runs across this, the line in ENG or GER file needs to be "ENTRY= DDE7XN47_ALL, N47 DDE7.x". The extra space between ENTRY and = will prevent it from showing up in the list to choose from.
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Same problem here with INPA 5.00 / Ediabas 7.3.0 and SP_Daten v.63.0

I'll try the DDE7XN47_ALL.ipo.

BTW: With DDE7N47.ipo it work's but not all functions... =(

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