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Old 01-15-2013, 10:27 PM
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Default Problems with Easy DIS

Hi,

I'm having a few issues with Dis. I keep getting fault code 200.152 when trying to connect to my car or when in diagnostic head self test on administration in DIS.

I have INPA v5.0 which is running fine and can connect to the car no problem.

Running xp sp3 32bit. EDIABAS V7.0, IFHsrv32, VMware 7.0, BMW Diagnostic Head emulator v1.2

Thanks in advance :)


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Old 01-22-2013, 10:49 AM
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You should visit to your nearest BMW repair shop, Get checked it properly otherwise it could damage other parts or control system also. In which area do you live so that I can help you better to find a good repairing garage.
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