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« Reply #165 on: March 19, 2020, 03:45:35 PM »

Hi
i can read the file ok , but maybe i am being dumb. i can't find the location of the file once read

C:\Users\Steve>C:\Users\Steve\Desktop\new\me7_95040.exe --bootmode -r -p5 95040.bin
Ver: 1.31
Com Port: 5
Baud Rate: 10400
Opening COM5 ... OK
Starting Boot_mode ... uC identification response = 0xC5 (C167 derivatives) ... OK
Sending Loader + MonitorCore ... MonitorCore successfully launched
Initializing registers ... ... OK
Sending EEPROM driver ... OK
Searching Chip_Select pin ... P4.7
Configuring SPI Interface ... OK
Checking EEPROM status ... 0x00F0 ... OK
Reading EEPROM ... OK
File saved
Closing COM5


.exe file is in a folder on the desktop called new , saved file does not appear in there

Many thanks for the help
Steve
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« Reply #166 on: March 23, 2020, 08:36:13 PM »

i don't see anything wrong with what you're doing...

try moving the "new" folder to another location "c:\new" perhaps (not on your desktop)
try a different filename?
maybe it's a windows thing?  Huh
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« Reply #167 on: March 25, 2020, 11:44:45 PM »

Opinions will be different here, but I chose to put the me7eeprom.exe file directly into my C: drive, (I am the administrator of my laptop) on windows open FILE EXPLORER and then on the left side of the screen there is a drive called -Local Disc (C:)- In here is where my me7eeprom.exe file is located. after that all I do is open Comand Prompt and typeme7eeprom.exe into the DIR. (I renamed me7eeprom.exe to immo.exe on my laptop as its shorter to type and im lazy. Run the program as you did and it will save your 95040.bin file to the C: drive as well. I linked what I do below hope it helps.

Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.18362.720]
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C:\WINDOWS\system32>cd..

C:\Windows>cd..

C:\>immo.exe
ME7_EEPROM v1.40

Allows to program ME7 ECU's EEPROM.
This software needs a dumb serial to k-line cable for connection with the ecu.

Usage: me7EEPROM [-p <comport>] [-b <baudrate>] [--OBD | --bootmode <mem_type>] [--CSpin Px.x] [-r | -w | -s] [<file name>]
 -p, --comport  COMPORT    Set COMPORT.
 -b, --baudrate BAUDRATE   Set BAUDRATE, default: 10400.
                           Allowed baud rates: 9600, 10400, 19200, 57600.
     --OBD                 Use this option to read the EEPROM over OBD port.
                           Currently, only read is supported in OBD mode.
     --bootmode MEM_TYPE   Use this option to program the EEPROM in boot mode.
                           Allowed memory types: [95040 | 95080 | 95160 | 95P08].
 -r, --read                Read EEPROM contents and save it to file.
 -w, --write               Write a file to EEPROM.
 -s, --screen              Displays EEPROM contents on the screen.
     --CSpin               Set the CPU chip select (CS) output. eg: P4.7
                           The following table shows all available ports with
                           its corresponding physical address.
                              Port   PortReg   DirControlReg
                              P2     0xFFC0    0xFFC2
                              P3     0xFFC4    0xFFC6
                              P4     0xFFC8    0xFFCA
                              P6     0xFFCC    0xFFCE
                              P7     0xFFD0    0xFFD2
                              P8     0xFFD4    0xFFD6
     --help                Display this help and exit.

Usage example:
   Read EEPROM over OBD port:         $ ME7_EEPROM --OBD -r -p 1 95040.bin
   Print EEPROM contents to srcreen:  $ ME7_EEPROM --OBD -p1 --screen
   Write file to EEPROM in bootmode:  $ ME7_EEPROM --bootmode 95040 -wp1 95040.bin

It's free for hobby use.
This software is provided "as is", with NO WARRANTY.
email: agv.tuning@gmail.com

C:\>immo.exe --OBD -r -p 4 95040.bin
ME7_EEPROM v1.40
COM: 4, Baud Rate: 10400
Opening COM4 ... Unable to open comport. (error=0x20201)
Closing COM4
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« Reply #168 on: March 30, 2020, 04:26:35 PM »

silly to put stuff in the root directory. You have a user directory. Use it.
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