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Old 09-16-2014, 04:31 PM
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Default Programmed CIC with wrong ZB Number


I programmed my CIC with the wrong ZB Number, and when i try to programm it again, it shows me error 211.

Error reading C:\EC-APPS\NFS\data\CI63F1\R0202L0_0202JP.0ba 4204
and some more errors with that file.

I tried programming it with E89 files and with E60 files, both showed up this error.

How can I solve this?


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i have same problem. Please give me solution for this problem

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I Have same problem, anybody know how to fix it?
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If you did a wrong ZB flash with Win Kfp, then it will read the wrong value you have just putted in ! if you have also ticked in the config update the UiF. So: -> To find the right data file needed
1. Open Tool32 then load here "cicmr.prg" project
2. In the JOB window, double-click on "zif_lesen"
3. In the Results window, look for the line: "ZIF_PROGRAMM_REFERENZ = xxxxxxxxxxxx"
4. Note the xxxxxxxxxxxx value you get.
If you are not able to get a "valid" value, go back to step 2 and use the job "zif_lesen_backup" instead.
5. From a window explorer, open the DATA folder "...\NFS\DATA\CI63F1 (or \CI62F1 for CIC_GW)" and look at files with .0pa extension with eg Notepad++
6. Open each .0pa file one by one and look at one of their first line starting by "$REFERENZ"
7. Next to "$REFERENZ", check if the number correspond to the number you got in step 4 above. If not, skip this file and move to the next one.
8. Once you've found a file that match your number (step 4) next the "$REFERENZ" keyword, you have a compatible data file to program in your CIC.
--> The file name corresponds to your ZB number (the right one)
Take care if this is a retrofitted CiC on an E6x as the '''62'' = GW part is different as the 63 and A0, because the platform is different.
So see the right thread before flashing ...

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