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Old 03-16-2009, 04:48 AM
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i want to put together a navigation retrofit on my e46/2002, for now, i have mk4(mono coded), bm54 (back version) , a/c relocation unit and wiring loom, my question is: can i use navcoder with all navigation system (including 16:9 navigation monitor) powered by a DC source (on required pins on wiring loom) to try the system and recode all modules (connected)?...i already check the bm54, it works, but i don't want to recode the mk4 on other car, i don't want to make some mistake and crash someone else's car's navi system(or else)...

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You don't need to code following items:
BM54
16:9 Monitor
The nav will have to be coded from Mono to COlor to drive the screen
But the nav won't boot up properly unless it is connected to a car, so you have to wait until the nav is in the car before you recode it.

And NavCoder can code it for you

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Old 03-16-2009, 03:19 PM
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Quote:
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You don't need to code following items:
BM54
16:9 Monitor
The nav will have to be coded from Mono to COlor to drive the screen
But the nav won't boot up properly unless it is connected to a car, so you have to wait until the nav is in the car before you recode it.

And NavCoder can code it for you

Regards, Jochen
ok, i understand, thank you very much for your answer
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Old 03-18-2009, 08:54 PM
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Help please!

I already eMailed Jochen but perhaps someone here can help me too?

I am trying to install NavCoder on my laptop with Windows Vista.

I have followed the instructions on installing and registering the missing OCX files but when I try to run Navcoder - I get this error message:

Runtime error '339'
Component 'msinet.ocx' or one of its dependencies not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid.

I have already tried reinstalling msinet.ocx three times but I still get the same error.

HELP PLEASE!

Thanks in advance.

Dan
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Old 03-19-2009, 02:04 AM
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Find somewhere in the internet (Google for example is you friend) this file msinet.ocx, put it into System folder and then install it using regsvr32 comand (regsvr32 msinet.ocx)
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Old 03-19-2009, 02:26 PM
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don't forget to use "run as administrator" when use command prompt for reg. those ocx, won't work otherwise (registering using regsvr32)
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Old 03-20-2009, 10:09 AM
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Thanks! NavCoder now works!

I had two issues:

1) I was at the command prompt but didnt select "run as administrator".

2) One of the ocx file was corrupted. Downloaded a new file, re installed, re-registered and everything now works!

Thanks to all of you.

Now I just need to make sure Vista selected the correct driver for the iBus USB interface card.

The instructions for driver installation at the seller's website is for Windows XP only. I have eMailed Rolf already asking for instructions on driver installation for Vista.

Anyone here have info for me on how to load USB card driver for Vista?

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don't forget to use "run as administrator" when use command prompt for reg. those ocx, won't work otherwise (registering using regsvr32)
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Old 03-20-2009, 10:23 AM
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Hi whatheheck,

If it will make help, I had no problems with the driver when I first started to use it with vista. After installing the software to the laptop and connecting it with the car it didn't even asked for a driver. When I opened the NavCoder I had a good communication with the car at Com5.
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Excellent! Thanks for the info.

I will hook it up to my M5 tonight and see if it works.

Thanks again.

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Hi whatheheck,

If it will make help, I had no problems with the driver when I first started to use it with vista. After installing the software to the laptop and connecting it with the car it didn't even asked for a driver. When I opened the NavCoder I had a good communication with the car at Com5.
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You are absolutely correct! I plugged in the USB interface to the iBus and it worked perfectly. Looks like Vista loaded the correct USB driver.

Navcoder now works great! I was able to recode my LCM and turn off all the light fault reporting. Now I can replace my exterior lights with LED's.

NavCoder worked perfectly recoding my LCM on my 2001 M5, but it didnt work on my wife's 2002 330ci. I recoded the LCM on my wife's E46 330ci but the rear brake light still reported a fault on the on board display.
(I replaced my wife's brake light with OEM Hella LED tail lights.)
Recoding didnt turn off the fault light.

I will eMail the Navcoder author soon.
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