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Old 06-27-2011, 08:17 PM
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hi I am Vince from Roma.
I am desperately seeking to update INPA in order to read all the modules frm my car. I am using a modded VAG KKL USB interface but I do not "see" the DME. I do not undertsand if it is a problem of the IF , maybe I need a CAN IF, or a software problem, INAP database (??) not updated.

I am in the forum bimmerforums as well but no result...any hint here?


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if your car is 2007 and later you need d-can interface I guess
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I used INPA from this post - [Only for registered users... ] - it works ok with e83
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Yep, I think so.
With VAG KKL USB interface GT1-v57 is working fine as well as Progman.
I have a problem with INPA.
I can do diagnosis over all modules but apparently the DME can not be accessed.
I am not sure about that and I am wondering if the problem is the updating of INPA....what do u think?
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Perhaps your DME file is not present in your version. Does it say not found? error? you can look in folders and see if your file(dme) in in there.
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Perhaps your DME file is not present in your version. Does it say not found? error? you can look in folders and see if your file(dme) in in there.
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Yeah this is what I was thinking...but in which folder do I have to check?
I do not remember exactly right now the reply from INPA but I will check and post it.
I also updated INPA with the ea90x 200 file
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any suggestion?
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Which engine do you have in your X3, M47 or N47, if N47 you maybe dont have the latest files in your Inpa.
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me too have this problem
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So I am ! No N47 DME option in INPA :(
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