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Old 08-17-2015, 05:52 PM
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Default Looking for the OBD Settings

Hello,

I installed ISPI Next, so far everything seems to work.
Driver for my OBD Cable is also installed, but the connection to my car doesnt work.
Where do I have to set the COM-Ports and whatever is needed?
Already looked for the obd.ini, but couldnt find it.
Changed the connection type in ispi, but still no success.

2. Do I have to restart ispi after changing settings or will it work instantly?


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Old 08-24-2015, 12:43 AM
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I am no expert but pretty sure you need to have Ediabas 7 or higher installed in the root of C drive to use a USB to can bus cable and the ISTA connection set to Ediabas. If you search this forum you should be able to find the configuration settings.
Set the com settings in device manager .
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