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Old Fri, May-18-2018, 04:07:47 PM   #5121
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Wipe everything from 0x3FE4 to 0x47FF and 0x6000 to 0x7FFF on the slave. That should allow the EWS to be synced with INPA.
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Yeah I'm not even sure if it's useful for that purpose, since all you had to do before was wipe out the ISN on the new DME and then sync it in INPA.
Right. You gotta resync anyway, so... might as well just virginize and not worry about it.

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Edit: Just to be clear, 3fe4 is the correct address. INPA doesn't strip out the ds2 reply (12 20 a0) from the output, which makes the address look shifted by 3 bytes.
Thanks. That's odd and I would never every have figured that out.
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Old Sun, May-20-2018, 12:26:46 PM   #5123
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Default Re: Comprehensive MSS54/MSS54HP DME Information

Yeah I could only see it being useful in two scenarios:

1 - you want to copy the ISN to an EWS module for whatever reason (accidentally wiped yours or something perhaps)
2 - You want to keep EWS, don't want to use a BDM, so you modify the program space to look for the ISN elsewhere. But really, at that point I don't know why you wouldn't just delete it.

Well I guess option 3 is if we figure out how to erase/rewrite the boot sector over OBDII
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