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    Default Can't load PIDS for BB log

    Launched old laptop from roof of car. Downloaded V7.5.7 Build 245 on different XP laptop using FSP 1.2 . Overcame the licensing but am unable to load PIDS for BB logging. Help would be much appreciated.



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    Y2K C5, M6, LS6 intake, Kooks LT headers, High flow cats, 216/224 113 LSA, 5.3 Stage II heads. STS twins. COS

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    USe the v8 program to set up a v2 for BBL.

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    I use a V1 for BB and ver 7.5 is the latest upgrade. I actually loaded PIDs to black box while connected to PCM. Forgot to mention I use COS 200303. Logs correctly straight to computer but BB logging the same PIDs 60% are showing N/A. Am suspecting a failed cable
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    Missed that bit, sorry. I didn't realise a v1.2 could do BBL.

    Problem sounds a bit like in this thread: https://forum.efilive.com/showthread...into-flashscan

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    Wish it where that simple.
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    Your PIDs tab shows 19 selected pid and 0 selected channels...?

    Try this:

    on the FlashScan Control Panel (for V1) do this:
    - select Fast (10 f/s),
    - set Max Frames Per Log to zero (i.e. unlimited),
    - click Validate;
    - follow the instructions it tells you (it will tell you to connect V1 to vehicle and let it validate, and then to bring it back to PC).

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    Followed our instructions up to validate, was warned all log files would be erased, clicked yes to continue and was told Flashcan is now ready for validating pids.No further instructions.
    I thought all colored pids where selected. How do you select channels?
    Y2K C5, M6, LS6 intake, Kooks LT headers, High flow cats, 216/224 113 LSA, 5.3 Stage II heads. STS twins. COS

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    Ok... (it's been a long time since I did V1 BBL)... I sent Paul an email for further guidance

    ( the channel count should not be showing up as zero )

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    It's been four years since I tuned my ride. Fell into a brand new hole here. Flashscan control panel reports 1 total log file plus time/log @ 01:13:38 and total time @ 01:13:38. Looks like its gorged.
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    Try this: click the Progam Pids button.

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