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Brian@VMS
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Problems with Importing Calibration?

So, I'm still waiting for sidepipes to come back from coater, but wanted to check ECU, get up and running etc....

I have Infinity Tuner Software V2.96.7154

I've registered the ECU on aeminfinity.com and downloaded Firmware 7101-0410-96.pakgrp

Successfully installed the firmware

When I go to Import Calibration file Ford - Coyote Crate Engine v96_7115 I get an Error Box that says its an Unsupported Version

Tried some the other base calibrations (LSX, 3, etc...) and get same message.

The USB is connected and the box is green at the top.

 

bravo685
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Hi Brian,

Hi Brian,

I have the same setup (actually one of the cars has ecu #0409). Are you running Infinity Tuner in Administrator mode? The 7101 - V96 firmware should load  v96_7115 configuration files with no issue.

Brian@VMS
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Yes, I watched the video and

Yes, I watched the video and made sure to put it in admin.

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Still can't get it.

Still can't get it.  Uninstalled and reinstalled everything.  Same problem.  The only thing I do notice is that when I turn the key on and the bar at the top turns green, it says USB: Unknown Board.  Don't think I've ever seen it say Infinity 8/10/12 or whatever it showed in the video.  In the device manager it says, AEM Infinity EMS-10, so not sure if that is a clue to anything?

 

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'USB: Unknown Board'  will be

'USB: Unknown Board'  will be displayed when the ECU is in firmware flash mode. When the ECU is in firmware flash mode, it is not possible to import calibrations. 

If you are using the AEM adapter harness ( PN 30-3812 ) mated to the Ford Racing Controls Pack,  please make sure 2-pin 'flash enable' connector on the AEM adapter harness is unplugged. For general use, that 2-pin flash enable jumper should not be connected.

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Yup, that was it.  Thank you

Yup, that was it.  Thank you

 

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Glad to hear it, thanks for

Glad to hear it, thanks for reporting the resolution.