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Old 04-14-2012, 09:42 PM   #1
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Default TS wont connect to MS1

last friday was an interesting foray into trying to update my MS. Nick was helping me a lot to convert to DSM CAS and unfortunately, I messed up a solder point in the DB37 and fried my MS2 processor. Nick thankfully had a MS1 processor laying around and got me home. It's a long and funny story that I may tell another day.

But I cannot connect now to my MS with my current TS. I can get TS to recognize either DB9 port and the HR10 code, but it only goes that far. I can get it to recognize the USB adapter and the HR10 code as well. But it then fails to connect and I REALLY need to tune since the car is running poorly and misfires under certain loads among other issues. Nick had no problem connecting with his laptop, so I am sure it is something on my laptops end. I have updated all my drivers, and still get the same result. Baud rate is 9600 now due to MS1.

Ideas?

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Old 04-15-2012, 03:41 AM   #2
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Fixed my immediate problem by enabling my moms old laptop for MS service and it has a DB9 on it. Feel free to comment on my other laptop and it's problem.

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