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Old Dec 11, 2017, 12:51 PM   #1
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Changing ECUflash Default COM/USB port

Hi Gents,

I apologize if this has been answered, but I searched and could not find any info on this.

I seem to be having a tough time with ECU flash when both my wideband rs232 usb cable and tactrix cable are plugged in. The software defaults to using the rs232 cable unless I unplug it, which of course causes a "fail to read from ECU" message. I checked under the "Flashing" setting in the options, but the menu is blank. Is there an .ini/setup file that could be adjusted to make ECU flash uses the proper USB port?


The version is: 1.44.4341




Thanks for your help.

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Any insight on this gents? i'm seconds away from installing a USB switch as a bandaid fix.
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