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INPA BMW Tool Set Error Messages Trouble Shooting
1.EDIABAS error 100: SYS-0010: INITIALIZATION ERROR
Reason: This message comes when an SGBD has an automatic concept switch between
multiple diagnostics logs and is not connected to the controller.
Solution: Connect the controller
2.EDIABAS Error 126 (only up to Ediabas V6.4.x)
Reason: This error message appears if you start the Tool Set while an INPA BMW script is
running. This is also true the other way round. The reason for this is that only one
programme can access EDIABAS at a time.
Solution: Therefore, before you start the ToolSet, you must exit INPA!!!
3.IFH-0006: Command not accepted and IFH-0018: Initialization Error and
IFH-0038: Interface Command not implemented
Errors IFH-0006 and IFH-0018 occur if any SGBD is loaded in the Tool Set. Error IFH-0038
is generated when loading the utility file into the Tool Set.
Reason 1: The error was caused by another programme that accessed the COM1
interface. This programme could be “HotSync” for Palm or “ActiveSync”
Solution 1: Check the programmes that are started automatically when Windows is
started (see Chapter 4.1).
Reason 2: The COM1 interface is taken by a serial printer.
Solution 2: Uninstall the printer.
Reason 3: The infrared interface is active.
Solution 3: Deactivate the infrared interface.
Reason 4: There is no COM1 interface (COM3 instead, for example)
Solution 4a): Install the COM1 interface.
Solution 4b): Create a file with the name OBD.ini and make the following entry to set
the existing serial interface (COM3, for example)
Port = Com3
The file OBD.ini must be saved in the directory C:\WINDOWS\ for
Windows XP or in directory C:\WINNT\ for Windows NT up to the Ediabas
Package 1.3 and as of Ediabas Package 1.4 in directory
C:\EDIABAS\BIN\. The current version of the Ediabas Package can be
seen in the files C:\EDIABAS\version.txt or C:\EDIABAS\package.pdf.
Reason 5: Only for IBM notebooks: The COM1 interface is reserved for the docking
station; the COM3 interface is installed instead.
Solution 5a): see solution 4b:
Solution 5b): Set the COM3 port to COM1: In the device manager (Windows XP:
Select “Start” “Control Panel” “System” “Hardware” and then
select COM3 from the ports under the menu item “Device Manager”.
Then use the right mouse button “Properties” “Port Settings”
“Advanced” to reach the “Advanced Settings for COM3”. Set COM1 in the
COM Port Number. The message that COM1 is already taken can be
ignored in this case.
Reason 6: The old OMITEC driver wasn’t uninstalled correctly.
Solution 6: Please uninstall the old OMITEC driver with the instructions
InstructionforOMITECInstallation.pdf via the GIS server
4 IFH-0006: Command not accepted
This error occurs if a SGBD is loaded in the Tool Set when the OBD connector is being used.
Reason 1: ODB has actually been set as the interface in Ediabas.ini, but the Tool Set uses
the multi-instance with another interface, e.g. K-Line. The setting for the multiinstance and the interfaces used here is made in the file Tool32.ini in the
directory C:\Windows (for Windows XP) or alternatively C:\Winnt (for Windows
NT). Then, the entries in Tool32.ini, or alternatively the interface apply and not
the ones in Ediabas.ini. The use of multi-instance in the Tool Set is identified in
the title bar, for example with “Tool32:1”, for single multi-instance.
Solution 2: Enter the interface that is being used in Tool32.ini or disable multi-instance with
the entry “No”.
Reason 2: A SGBD is loaded in the Tool Set when the diagnosis protocol UDS is being
used. For UDS-SGBDs You have to use the interface OMITEC but in the
EDIABAS.ini the setting fort he interface ist „STD:OBD“.
Solution 2: Change the setting for thr interface to „interface = STD:OMITEC“ in the
EDIABAS.ini file. The OMITEC connector has to be stressed by the voltage (blue
blinking). If the connector can’t be stressed by the voltage and You want to load
the SGBD yet, You will use the simulation mode. You can activate the simulation
mode e.g. with the menue „configuration -> EDIABAS“. Notice, if you want to use
the simulation mode, a simulation file for the interface will have to exist in the
5 IFH-0009: ECU isn’t connected or doesn’t respond
Reason 1: In the Ediabas.ini file, the interface is set to STD:ADS. However, you have
connected an OBD connector.
Solution 1: Modify the interface setting.
Reason 2: The ignition is switched off.
Solution 2: Switch the ignition on.
Reason 3: The device manager has been used to disable the FIFO buffer for COM1.
Solution 3: In the device manager (Windows XP: Enter “Start” “Control Panel”
“System” “Hardware” “Device Manager” Ports (COM & LPT)), and select
COM1 from the ports and under the “Port Settings” tab, select “Advanced”. There
must be a check-mark by “Use FIFO buffers” and the highest possible setting
must be selected for the receive buffer.
6 SYS-0002: ECU OBJECT FILE NOT FOUND
Reason 1: If the external table T_GRTB.prg doesn’t exist in the directory C:\EDIABAS\ECU\
the error message will be displayed when You execute the job
IDENT_FUNKTIONAL of a functional SGBD.
Solution 1: You have to download the external table using the ECCO Web Export and copy it
in the directory C:\EDIABAS\ECU\.
Reason 2: The SGBD, which You want to start doesn’t exist in the directory
C:\EDIABAS\ECU or is an old one.
Solution 2: You have to download the SGBD using the ECCO Web Client and copy it in the
7 SYS-0005: Controller description file not found. The programme will be
Reason 1: The SGBD is not located in the path C:\Ediabas\Ecu.
Solution 1: Copy the SGBD into the Ecu directory.
Reason 2: This error occurs if the EcuPath in Ediabas.ini (C:\Ediabas\Bin) isn’t set to
Solution 2: Set the correct path
8 ToolSet Error: Runtime error ’372’
The following error message appears.
Reason: The old version msflxgrd.ocx exists under c:\winnt\system32.
Solution: msflxgrd.ocx under c:\Ediabas\bin must be registered. To do this, select “Start”
“Run…” and execute regsvr32 :\ediabas\bin\msflxgrd.ocx in the window and
confirm with “OK“.
The following must be entered for Windows XP: “regsvr32 c:\ediabas\bin\
9 INPA BMW Tool Set Error: Run-time error ’5’ – Invalid Procedure Call
Reason: The Tool Set was started twice in a very short period of time.
Solution: Close all Tool Set processes that are running and start the Tool Set again with
only one double-click
10 INPA BMW Tool Set Problem: If an SGBD is opened, then only the hourglass
appears and the SGBD is not loaded.
Reason: An old version Richtx32.ocx exists under c:\winnt\system32.
Solution: Richtx32.ocx under c:\Ediabas\bin must be registered. To do this, select “Start”
“Run…” and execute “regsvr32 :\ediabas\bin\richtx32.ocx“ in the window and
confirm with „OK“.
The following must be entered for Windows XP: „regsvr32 c:\ediabas\bin\
11 INPA BMW EDIABAS error 20: IFH-0010: Data transmission to control unit
Reason 1: When using the EDIC card, the error message is issued when executing the
Solution 1: Changes must be made in the file “XEDICC.ini” in the “…\Ediabas\Bin” directory.
There, the parameters set for high-speed must be commented out and the
parameters for low-speed must be enabled:
Reason 2: A SGBD is loaded in the Tool Set when the diagnosis protocol UDS is being
used. You use the interface OMITEC but the connector isn’t stressed by the
voltage (no blue blinking).
Solution 2: Connect the OMITEC wit the vehicle. The OMITEC connector has to be stressed
by the voltage (blue blinking). If the connector can’t be stressed by the voltage
and You want to load the SGBD yet, You will use the simulation mode. You can
activate the simulation mode e.g. with the menue „configuration -> EDIABAS“.
Notice, if you want to use the simulation mode, a simulation file for the interface
will have to exist in the simulation path
12 INPA BMW EDIABAS Error 134: API-0014: Result not found
The error occurs if a SGBD is loaded in the Tool Set when the diagnosis protocol UDS is
being used and the Job FS_LESEN is being executed.
Reason: You use the setting “read error like INPA”, but the Toolset can’t support the
function yet for UDS-SGBDs.
Solution: Please remove the setting “read error like INPA” in the menue “configuration ->
13 INPA BMW takes too long to load an SGBD in the Tool S
Loading motor or transmission SGBDs takes an above average amount of time.
Reason: Large SGBDs often contain many and extensive tables and their information has
to be loaded.
Solution: Under the Configuration menu item in the Tool Set and then Tool Set, the
checkmark by the selection of table information must be removed
14.INPA BMW Black Windows in the Tool Set
After loading a SGBD one or more windows of the Tool Set are black windows.
Reason: The registration of the richtextbox is invalid.
Solution: You have to register the richtextbox. Execute the batch file REGSVR32.BAT in
the directory C:\Ediabas\bin\
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