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« Reply #825 on: August 06, 2020, 05:58:33 PM »

ok ladies and gents i have come a very long way in my journey to learn all this ME7 ECU coding. Its incredible what ArgDubs tool can do I am stuck trying to get an SKC from a replacement ECU. I have my current SKC code and just need to get the code from the new one. I have the ECU connected to vehicle and Laptop is connected to OBD. I have read all info from my old ECU.
With the new ECU in vehicle and trying to read it the same way i did with the old ECU i cannot get in
No ECU response. (error=0x20F07)
boot mode bro ...boot mode
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« Reply #826 on: August 06, 2020, 06:02:51 PM »

boot mode bro ...boot mode
I still don't know what boot mode is although I have managed to get in and get SKCs and swap ECUs already. Next question can you swap 7.1.1 Software to 7.5 hardware? Will it work if I write my VR6 to my 2.0 ECU?

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« Reply #827 on: August 06, 2020, 06:26:16 PM »

I still don't know what boot mode is although I have managed to get in and get SKCs and swap ECUs already. Next question can you swap 7.1.1 Software to 7.5 hardware? Will it work if I write my VR6 to my 2.0 ECU?

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not sure about the immo dumps from me 7.1.1 to 7.5 but you can do immo off and run the ecu with a bin file that is identical engine platforms what you have as i have done a 7.1.1 to me 7.5 ecu swap from  passat 1.8t into audi a4 1.8t different kwp but it is  much more advanced ecu so if its identical hardware mechanically it should be a drop in with immo off mods but boot mode is a pin to ground on me 7 ecu you gotta hit to write with that program if i knew where the write up was id send you the link someone else may have it if i find it ill send it to you. if its not similar ecu to what you had im pretty sure you will brick the ecu then you will have to learn boot mode 2.0 is inline 4 yes? way different controller but its out of my knowledge base
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« Reply #828 on: August 06, 2020, 06:35:13 PM »

if you google boot mode for flashin me7.5 ecu itll pop up on how to do it but you have to do boot mode as if you here lighting a furnace you do the boot mode pin hold and power up for a 6 second hold and then hit write after you let up on the ground pin after 6 seconds itll write with eeprom programmer if you commanded it to write in boot mode with com port the cable is on and what not you may need to read some more before you try this works good!! but get a ecu that is identical to what engine you have your gunna be working youself in circles diffrent ecu have diffrent controllers like 1.8 prolly wont work in a v6 unless its identical hardware but still its hardwired to 4 cylinder
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« Reply #829 on: August 06, 2020, 06:47:21 PM »

helping you and doing it for you are two totally different things

you are just lazy, nothing more
ya there are tons of write ups on here to do it to comand line bro learn that command line jeez i have spent hours learning this programmer fiqured it out he should be able to fiqure it out!!!!! if he got that far to pull the file he is half way there!!!
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« Reply #830 on: August 22, 2020, 11:05:20 AM »

I have a Bentley continental which is the same as Audi A8 or VW phaeton,,
I want to read this eeprom via OBD but I wonder what chip it will have or it will auto detect?
95040 or 95160 or ...?
Thank you alot
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« Reply #831 on: September 05, 2020, 03:02:45 AM »

Hi,

Today I read and wrote my primary ECU successfully in boot mode, however my secondary ECU throws the following error attempting to read:

ME7_EEPROM v1.40
COM: 4, Baud Rate: 10400
Memory type: 95040, size: 512
Opening COM4 ... OK
Starting Boot_mode ... uC ID response 0xC5: C167CR ... OK
Sending Loader + MonitorCore ... FAIL. (error=0x20D07)
Closing COM4

Any ideas or suggestions?  I tried different baud rate to no avail Sad

Cheers
Peter
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« Reply #832 on: September 15, 2020, 08:59:07 AM »

Hi,

While trying to use this program with an ECU from a 2003 Golf Mk4 we were faced with this error:

ME7EEPROM.exe --bootmode 95040 --CSpin P4.7 -rp4 -b 9600 old.bin
ME7_EEPROM v1.40
COM: 4, Baud Rate: 9600
Memory Type: 95040, size: 512
Chip Select pin: P4.7
Opening COM4 ... OK
Starting Boot_mode ... uC ID response 0xC5: C167CR ... OK
Sending Loader + MonitorCore ... FAIL. <error=0x40101>
Closing COM4

Has someone ever encountered this problem before ? We would really appreciate some help.

Thanks.
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« Reply #833 on: September 16, 2020, 10:04:20 AM »

Hi,

While trying to use this program with an ECU from a 2003 Golf Mk4 we were faced with this error:

ME7EEPROM.exe --bootmode 95040 --CSpin P4.7 -rp4 -b 9600 old.bin
ME7_EEPROM v1.40
COM: 4, Baud Rate: 9600
Memory Type: 95040, size: 512
Chip Select pin: P4.7
Opening COM4 ... OK
Starting Boot_mode ... uC ID response 0xC5: C167CR ... OK
Sending Loader + MonitorCore ... FAIL. <error=0x40101>
Closing COM4

Has someone ever encountered this problem before ? We would really appreciate some help.

Thanks.

have you tried reading it not in boot mode to see what it selects on its own? or do you use this tool all the time and randomly your facing this issue?
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