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      12-18-2014, 03:03 PM   #1
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So I researched this Error on Flash Programming 211 error for many people who are trying to update KOMBI.

To research this problem I bought I used KOMBI (high) from eBay and coded it to my car. When trying to update with WINKFP I got the error above!

From UIF I had 9148031 and selected update was 9316154. However every time the flash would fail.

The problem appears to be with the associated HW-NR. I tried every ZB-NR which had the same HW-NR and each failed in the same way.

So, if you open your KOMBI ecu family HIS file E.g. C:/EC-APPS/NFS/DATA/HKOML2.HIS

and search for your auto suggested ZB-NR (in my case 9316154 you will see it appear in the column ZB-NEU. Next to this will be the column ZB-ALT. In my case, 9283842.

Running 9283842 through www.bmwfans.info the ZB-NR indeed refers to the same KOMBI. You can the. Manually choose this ZUSB number in winkfp and the update should proceed.

If that ZB-NR isn't found in winkfp, go back to bmwfans and underneath the number it will show the ZUSB number for the next most recent revision. Try this one.

It won't be the latest updates, but using this method I updated my KOMBI from 2006 to 2013 win new chimes, DSC icon etc etc. Everything works perfectly.

Hope this helps someone
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Incase anyone was wondering this is the error:
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Thanks Sensible_, much appreciated.
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My ZB-ALT of 9280330 isn't in any of my Kolmbi ECU family's. Any suggestions?
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My ZB-ALT of 9280330 isn't in any of my Kolmbi ECU family's. Any suggestions?
Yes, I had this problem also. The next most recent I can find for that HW is ZB-NR 9242370. Do you have this?
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My ZB-ALT of 9280330 isn't in any of my Kolmbi ECU family's. Any suggestions?
Yes, I had this problem also. The next most recent I can find for that HW is ZB-NR 9242370. Do you have this?
I do have yours. SP-daten 50.2 or 54
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My ZB-ALT of 9280330 isn't in any of my Kolmbi ECU family's. Any suggestions?
Yes, I had this problem also. The next most recent I can find for that HW is ZB-NR 9242370. Do you have this?
I do have yours. SP-daten 50.2 or 54
You have 9242370 ?

I use v54.0
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My ZB-ALT of 9280330 isn't in any of my Kolmbi ECU family's. Any suggestions?
Yes, I had this problem also. The next most recent I can find for that HW is ZB-NR 9242370. Do you have this?
I do have yours. SP-daten 50.2 or 54
You have 9242370 ?

I use v54.0
YES, I use SP-datens 49.7, 50.2 & 54
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Good, I would double check the number on www.bmwfans.com to check its for your vehicle. But it should be ok to flash. Try it.
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Good, I would double check the number on www.bmwfans.com to check its for your vehicle. But it should be ok to flash. Try it.
50% through it now. A lil nervous cause my cluster is lighting up like my Xmas tree while it's going.
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Great, after finish it may be also worth using comfort mode 'update' to see if it auto selects different or same zusb number.

But I think for you 9242370 is good enough. It's from 03/2011 I think.
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Good, I would double check the number on www.bmwfans.com to check its for your vehicle. But it should be ok to flash. Try it.
50% through it now. A lil nervous cause my cluster is lighting up like my Xmas tree while it's going.
This is normal.
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It worked!!!! Your the fucking man Sensible_!!!!!! I now have new DSC icon but I can't get the dam gong to work with "radiostufe_3_4".
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I'm glad it worked for you. The LCI chimes will require an LCI Professional HU i think?

I don't know too much about the HU unfortunately

I'd be interested to look at this though as someone else said it requires HU from 2008 and not LCI.
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It worked!!!! Your the fucking man Sensible_!!!!!! I now have new DSC icon but I can't get the dam gong to work with "radiostufe_3_4".
Maybe experiment with radiostufe_1 and 2?


Although I see from another post:

"You have only to recode PDC module having added $663 to the VO and then, change this value at kombi:
HU_VERBAUT_C08
radiostufe_3_4"
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Also, I see some people removed the _C08 from the HU_VERBAUT line...
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Also, I see some people removed the _C08 from the HU_VERBAUT line...
They removed just the "_C08" text?
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Worked for me. My 09 335i ALT was 9283839 which wasn't found, so I used 9242370 which was from 3/11 and updated everything. I thought I would loose my coding, but everything was still there (gauges always lit, digi speed, and efficient dynamic shift icons).
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Worked for me. My 09 335i ALT was 9283839 which wasn't found, so I used 9242370 which was from 3/11 and updated everything. I thought I would loose my coding, but everything was still there (gauges always lit, digi speed, and efficient dynamic shift icons).
Great! Glad people can finally update their pesky KOMBI's!
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So I researched this Error on Flash Programming 211 error for many people who are trying to update KOMBI.

To research this problem I bought I used KOMBI (high) from eBay and coded it to my car. When trying to update with WINKFP I got the error above!

From UIF I had 9148031 and selected update was 9316154. However every time the flash would fail.

The problem appears to be with the associated HW-NR. I tried every ZB-NR which had the same HW-NR and each failed in the same way.

So, if you open your KOMBI ecu family HIS file E.g. C:/EC-APPS/NFS/DATA/HKOML2.HIS

and search for your auto suggested ZB-NR (in my case 9316154 you will see it appear in the column ZB-NEU. Next to this will be the column ZB-ALT. In my case, 9283842.

Running 9283842 through www.bmwfans.info the ZB-NR indeed refers to the same KOMBI. You can the. Manually choose this ZUSB number in winkfp and the update should proceed.

If that ZB-NR isn't found in winkfp, go back to bmwfans and underneath the number it will show the ZUSB number for the next most recent revision. Try this one.

It won't be the latest updates, but using this method I updated my KOMBI from 2006 to 2013 win new chimes, DSC icon etc etc. Everything works perfectly.

Hope this helps someone
Hi sensible. I can't use the alt zb numbers in the HIS file. My zb is 9242367 I have a 2006 325i. I've tried all the alt zb and older zb numbers but they are not in my assembly data. Any help! Thanks!
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