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Old 05-30-2014, 11:24 PM
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Default Getting a real OPS to work in SSS

Hello I have GT1 working on my laptop with both my OPS and DK heads I got from work once ISID took over. I had been using SSS with just the usb to OBD2 cable fine for now. Problem is I have a e31 I need to code and cant get SSS to see my OPS head. I have VMware set to bridge to physical network but it wont see it. Still shows the ghost head with the wrong IP. I can dig around work to see if I can find the factory disks and make a fresh install if I have to. Or if someone has older GT1 with the CIP in it set up for vmware that would be cool. Thoughts?


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