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Thread: BEN selected from LTFT or WB is showing up as not valid

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    Default BEN selected from LTFT or WB is showing up as not valid

    Last time I updated EFI Live I lost all my files and setup. I also changed computers.

    I am not using a MAF this time. I am following the tutorial included in the sticky and copied and pasted the user config file.The BEN from LTFT and BEN from WB show up individually.

    I have a 2000 firebird. The OS was updated to the slightly newer style operating system (forgot the name) and I am using a custom operating system.

    Any idea as to what I should check?

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    Did you verify the PIDs?
    Al
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    Actually I had forgotten about validating PIDS so I tried but unfortunately it didn't work.

    Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Never mind. I didn't have the calc.cl pid but still had cal.pe pid (tutorial was updated). I forgot you could right click on the pid and it provides a reason as to why it's not valid. Thanks

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