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      07-28-2019, 08:55 PM   #749
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Just enabled the aux. Is it possible that I used a wrong profile?
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      07-28-2019, 09:14 PM   #750
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Oh jeez, yes, I have a 6 series
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      09-28-2019, 12:13 AM   #751
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I am looking at the installation instructions and in step 14 it says to delete the EC-Apps folder. I currently also have esys installed on my laptop which I use for my F series. Will the installation of the standard tools from the OP affect my esys as it utilizes the EC-Apps folder? I am really only looking to get this for NCS Expert as I already have ISTA+ for diagnostics.
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      09-28-2019, 08:23 AM   #752
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I am looking at the installation instructions and in step 14 it says to delete the EC-Apps folder. I currently also have esys installed on my laptop which I use for my F series. Will the installation of the standard tools from the OP affect my esys as it utilizes the EC-Apps folder? I am really only looking to get this for NCS Expert as I already have ISTA+ for diagnostics.
In that case, just delete the INPA and NFS folders. Then your current esys install won’t be affected.
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      10-04-2019, 11:28 PM   #753
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      10-20-2019, 09:44 PM   #754
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version & language mismatch errors can be simply ignored. this is what I did and it worked fine. you don't have to worry about that.
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      10-31-2019, 02:22 PM   #755
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Where I can download e90 Daten? I don't see it's listed. Or, which one should I use for e90 2008 328i?
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      10-31-2019, 04:46 PM   #756
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Where I can download e90 Daten? I don't see it's listed. Or, which one should I use for e90 2008 328i?
You need the E89 DATEN, as it covers all of E9x.
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      11-08-2019, 01:26 PM   #757
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Thank you, INPA wors perfectly for me.
But, I am trying to use the NCS-Expertentool to recode my battery and do not see "CNCoding" or "ExpertMode" profiles. All I have are "Factory Reset" and "Feature Coding" profiles. Did I install it wrong? Or, which profile should I load to recode the battery?
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Thank you, INPA wors perfectly for me.
But, I am trying to use the NCS-Expertentool to recode my battery and do not see "CNCoding" or "ExpertMode" profiles. All I have are "Factory Reset" and "Feature Coding" profiles. Did I install it wrong? Or, which profile should I load to recode the battery?
Factory Reset = ExpertMode (Default codes module based on VO)
Feature Coding = CNCoding (Codes module based on your changes)

Essentially the profile names are insignificant.
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      11-22-2019, 11:27 PM   #759
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I was given link to a BMW Standard Tools.7z file with 134 MB or so. But WebRoot took out Dr. Gini and FindECU saying they were Malware.

What should I do? Is it normal? False positive?
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      11-23-2019, 12:33 AM   #760
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I am not having any trouble with the Bimmergeeks download .
I don't think it's even compressed for standard tools.

I have Norton 360 it hasn't said anything about being files being bad.
I would bet false positive.
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      11-23-2019, 09:45 AM   #761
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I was given link to a BMW Standard Tools.7z file with 134 MB or so. But WebRoot took out Dr. Gini and FindECU saying they were Malware.

What should I do? Is it normal? False positive?
Those were not included in the downloads in my original post.
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Those were not included in the downloads in my original post.
I see. The link was from somewhere else. I'll ignore the lack of those files then.

Nothing else was noted as problematic.
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Hello,

I am getting this error when trying to register the mscomctl.ocx

I followed the instructions and its in the syswow64 folder. Let me know what I can do to rectify this issue.
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      12-13-2019, 08:30 PM   #764
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Are you using the admin login when you install an register this?
If you are using windows 10 then the command prompt is now
called the Power shell. Right click on start the two versions will appeat
admin and non admin.

Check to see if that file is actually in the folder.
remove replace and re register with the admin login.

also check the other two .ocx files provided with the install.
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      12-13-2019, 08:45 PM   #765
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Are you using the admin login when you install an register this?
If you are using windows 10 then the command prompt is now
called the Power shell. Right click on start the two versions will appeat
admin and non admin.

Check to see if that file is actually in the folder.
remove replace and re register with the admin login.

also check the other two .ocx files provided with the install.
It worked! Had to put those ocx files in the system32.

I did not know about the powershell. Never knew it was ever there.

Question...These install files or program wont directly affect ISTA-D correct?
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Are you using the admin login when you install an register this?
If you are using windows 10 then the command prompt is now
called the Power shell. Right click on start the two versions will appeat
admin and non admin.

Check to see if that file is actually in the folder.
remove replace and re register with the admin login.

also check the other two .ocx files provided with the install.
It worked! Had to put those ocx files in the system32.

I did not know about the powershell. Never knew it was ever there.

Question...These install files or program wont directly affect ISTA-D correct?
No, ISTA/D is a self-contained install.

Could have also register those files by right clicking on BMW Coding Tool and running as admin.
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How does NCS work? When I tried to load the profile, it doesn't show the E90.
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Ncs doesn't work unless its plugged in an you go through some initial steps
to read the cars VO(programming files by module).

You have to read the profile before (which makes a profile for the whole car ) before you can program a module.

diagnostic manual ista/inpa
https://bimmerprofs.com/diagnostics-inpa-part-1/
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...xo19teM9vkTF-C
https://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/s...-P-actually-do
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...lkXEhlQYy4i9Nb

https://ncs-expert.com/how-to-actual...ing-ncs-expert

The above is one way to do it but most people don't use ncs dummy to change options on
the trace file before the change options.
They just rename the trace file to a man file and use something like note to edit the parameters,
Be sure to keep copys of your master file and the before and after edits on the smaller files.

There are a bunch of tutorials if you google e90 ncsexpert programming.

While ista D and the Standard tools suite play together they share some of the same
files the Daten Files . If you got Ista D and Standard tools from different places then
there is possibility the Datens may not be synced up.
That is why the Bimmergeeks download is preferred as a known quantity.

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Many have asked for the easy way to install BMW Std Tools, and I have developed a proven method that can be done in less than 15 min depending on the processing power of your machine.

The only requirement for this install is Windows XP through Windows 10, 32 or 64 bit version and a working KDCAN cable. Instead of writing a lengthy detail in this post, I generated the instructions that's included in link below.

If this install has assisted you in achieving a working set up, please click the appreciate link, thanks!

MediaFire: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/a7jvirbs559ib/Software

NOTE:
For everyone who's having issues setting the default folders, it is because some of the downloads excludes "empty" folders. Therefore, make sure your folder structure on the C drive are as follows (if you're missing a particular folder, create an empty one):

C:\EC-APPS\INPA:
BIN
CFGDAT
DEMO
DOKU
english
english.met
HELP
PRT
SGDAT
source

C:\EC-APPS\NFS:
BATCH
BIN
CFGDAT
DATA
DOKU
FORMAT
KMMDAT
SGDAT
TRACE
WORK

C:\EDIABAS:
API
BIN
DOKU
ECU
HARDWARE
HELP
SIM
TRACE
TUTORIAL

C:\NCSEXPER:
BIN
CFGDAT
DATEN
PFL
SGDAT
STDAT
TAB
VERPLATZ
WORK

Chassis family guide for choosing your proper DATEN: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=642883

Edit 1: Added F series files for INPA. Added support files for N47.
Edit 2: Added working copy of NCS Dummy.
Edit 3: Updated DATEN link.
Edit 4: Added notes about setting default folders in BMW Coding Tool.
Edit 5: Updated DATEN link to 60.0.
Great Info, thank you very much.
I am installing EPS on my E90 320d LCI and have to code the EPS post installation. The download link in the "DATEN LINK" dose not work or has been removed.
Can you please help get the right DATEN for my E90's VIN.
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Originally Posted by wildcatcrazy View Post
Many have asked for the easy way to install BMW Std Tools, and I have developed a proven method that can be done in less than 15 min depending on the processing power of your machine.

The only requirement for this install is Windows XP through Windows 10, 32 or 64 bit version and a working KDCAN cable. Instead of writing a lengthy detail in this post, I generated the instructions that's included in link below.

If this install has assisted you in achieving a working set up, please click the appreciate link, thanks!

MediaFire: https://www.mediafire.com/folder/a7jvirbs559ib/Software

NOTE:
For everyone who's having issues setting the default folders, it is because some of the downloads excludes "empty" folders. Therefore, make sure your folder structure on the C drive are as follows (if you're missing a particular folder, create an empty one):

C:\EC-APPS\INPA:
BIN
CFGDAT
DEMO
DOKU
english
english.met
HELP
PRT
SGDAT
source

C:\EC-APPS\NFS:
BATCH
BIN
CFGDAT
DATA
DOKU
FORMAT
KMMDAT
SGDAT
TRACE
WORK

C:\EDIABAS:
API
BIN
DOKU
ECU
HARDWARE
HELP
SIM
TRACE
TUTORIAL

C:\NCSEXPER:
BIN
CFGDAT
DATEN
PFL
SGDAT
STDAT
TAB
VERPLATZ
WORK

Chassis family guide for choosing your proper DATEN: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=642883

Edit 1: Added F series files for INPA. Added support files for N47.
Edit 2: Added working copy of NCS Dummy.
Edit 3: Updated DATEN link.
Edit 4: Added notes about setting default folders in BMW Coding Tool.
Edit 5: Updated DATEN link to 60.0.
Great Info, thank you very much.
I am installing EPS on my E90 320d LCI and have to code the EPS post installation. The download link in the "DATEN LINK" dose not work or has been removed.
Can you please help get the right DATEN for my E90's VIN.
Bimmergeeks.net/downloads has latest datens available
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