Inpa 5.0.6 Download

BMW INPA Software is BMW diagnostics software that connects to all the systems and modules on BMW cars, not just engine like generic scanners, it reads BMW trouble codes and gives live diagnostics and data and GUI pages and test functions. BMW INPA software works with INPA K+DCAN Interface. VXDAS.COM has INPA K+DCAN cable with and without switch for BMW. Here provide INPA windows 7 download link here.

There is almost no differences between INPA Ediabas 5.0.2 and INPA 5.0.6.Update and script files are the one that matters. The biggest difference is that INPA 5.0.6 is less translated from the German language There is no English version of5.0.6, 70% is in German INPA 5.0.6 supports F series, m54 and n54 engine Free download INPA Ediabas 5.0.2: AXAmDa6B!25e-wzz0brcDBIzBrl.

  • INPA 5.0.2 download (tested OK) Inpa v5.0.2 Ediabas v6.4.7.rar. INPA/ediabas 6.4.3 full.rar. Ediabas 6.4.7 inpa 5.0.1.iso. More: INPA Ediabas download. Basically, there are two methods for users to get the INPA K+DCAN usb cable, to buy a complete one or simply build one yourself. Read the following.
  • Setup/Configure your OBD2 USB Cable. Plug in the cable into a USB port on your computer, you.

INPA Windows 7 Download
Software version: 5.0.2 (tested ok)

VXDAS team also glad to share the installation guide for INPA software with Win7 32bit. Check details below:

We suggest to start with a fresh Windows 7 32 bit to get the BMW INPA software done, because this can help to collect necessary configuration files of INPA 5.0.2.

To avoid further problems, it’s better to disable Windows auto update during the INPA Windows 7 installation process.

After entering your product key, screen will pop up security message.

Select ‘Ask me later’, this will prevent Windows 7 from automatically installing any updates.


If your installing from pre-SP1 Windows 7 media, we’d rather highly recommend that you manually install two Microsoft updates:

First one: System Update Readiness Tool (KB947821):

Second one: Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (KB976932):

During testing pre-SP1 Windows 7 no longer displayed a mouse pointer, after successfully installing EDIABAS & WinKFP and rebooting the system.

Follow steps 2 through 6 of the installation guide. During the EDIABAS & WinKFP install (step 3), select Windows XP (this is not mentioned in the installation guide.)

For all other selections, accept the default and click Weiter which is German for ‘further’.

The first time you attempt to install EDIABAS & WinKFP (step 3), regsvr32 maybe fail to register two Windows ActiveX controls.

Certainly, this is normal, upon re-installation everything will work properly.

Click on OK and then click on the large red circle with a white X at the bottom of the screen to see the second regsvr32 error.

Then click on OK to acknowledge the second error.

Press any key to exit the EDIABAS OBD setup program. Don’t be concerned about any registry key warnings, this installation of EDIABAS will never be used.

When prompted to reboot, select Nein for ‘No’ and then click on Beenden or ‘End’ to exit the installation program. Go to Control Panel and uninstall the program.

Once you have uninstalled the program, reinstall it. On the second attempt, the ActiveX controls will register properly.

This time, select Ja for ‘Yes’ and reboot.

Even with SP1 installed, on occasion the system will no longer display a mouse pointer after rebooting the system at this point.


If this happens, depress the Windows logo key (on some keyboards it may have an icon of a house instead) to display the Start menu.

Depress the right arrow key once and then depress Enter to initiate a proper shutdown. When powered back on, the system should have a functional mouse pointer.

Continue with steps 4-6 in the installation guide.

At the completion of step 5, the Windows Program Compatibility Assistant may appear. So click on ‘This program installed correctly.’

At this point you could optionally install the latest EDIABAS/INPA update (ES-76) from FAL’s EA-90X distribution.

We don’t recommend doing so as the latest INPA scripts are in German and not necessary for coding.

Now you have the base INPA scripts and configuration files that you’ll need to get the latest version of INPA (5.0.6) up and running.

Then copy the the INPA CFGDAT and SGDAT folders to removable media for safe keeping. They are located in C:EC-APPSINPA.

If you were to install the K+DCAN drivers from Windows Update, set the cable to COM1, etc.

Now the battery and ignition clamps maybe working properly.

INPA 5.0.2 is are not totally compatible with the latest SP Daten files (i.e. 50.2). So let’s move on to installing BMW Standard Tools 2.12.

Links to BMW Standard Tools 2.12 and NCS Expert profiles can be found in this post:

SP Daten 50.2 can be found in this thread:

Blow away your previous installation of Windows and start over with a fresh install. INPA 5.0.2 made changes to the Windows registry etc.

Now that we have the two folders needed to bootstrap INPA 5.0.6, it’s best to reinstall Windows.

If your installing from pre-SP1 Windows 7 media, don’t forget to install the System Update Readiness Tool (KB947821). And also Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (KB976932.)

In addition, because this will hopefully be your final re-installation of Windows, we suggest that you manually install one additional Microsoft update:

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1:

When the K+DCAN cable is initially plugged in, Windows will indicate that the device driver was not successfully installed.

Click on the white box circled above when it appears to change the driver update settings.

Click on ‘Change setting’

Select ‘Always install the best driver software from Windows Update’ then click on Save Changes’

Windows Update will install the latest FTDI drivers needed for the one stop electronics.com K+DCAN cable.

Please notice that the FTDI driver has defaulted to USB Serial Port COM3.

You also need to change this to COM1 and then click on ‘Close’

Click on the Windows Start button to display the Start menu.

In the Start Search box type the following command and depress Enter to launch Device Manager:


mmc devmgmt.msc

When Device Manager opens, click on the arrow to the left of ‘Ports (COM & LPT)’ to expand the Ports device tree. After that, double-click on ‘USB Serial Port (COM3)’ to open the device properties.

Click on the ‘Port Settings’ tab and then click on the ‘Advanced’ button to display the Advanced Settings for COM3.

Then change the COM Port Number to COM1 and the Latency Timer to 1 msec and click ‘OK’

The USB Serial Port should be set to COM1. Close Device Manager.

Install BMW Standard Tools 2.12.

Accept the defaults and then click ‘Next’

When prompted to select additional tasks, de-select the ‘Execute backup and restore wizard’ selections under Data backup.

You don’t have an existing installation of BMW Standard Tools to backup. Click ‘Next’

Click ‘OK’ to acknowledge that the backup wizard has been deactivated.

When the Hardware Interface Settings screen appears, select ‘USB to serial adapter’ then click ‘Next’

Then click ‘Finish’ to complete the BMW Standard Tools setup and restart your computer.

When the User Account Control dialog box appears, select Yes to allow the Windows Command Processor to make changes to your computer.

Copy the Windows ActiveX control MSFLXGRD.OCX to C:WINDOWSSYSTEM32 and manually register it.

Then copy the Windows ActiveX control RICHTX32.OCX to C:WINDOWSSYSTEM32 and manually register it.

Overwrite the INPA initialization file in the C:EC-APPSINPACFGDAT folder with the INPA.INI from your saved CFGDAT folder.

C:>copy X:CFGDATINPA.INI C:EC-APPSINPACFGDAT /v /y1 file(s) copied.

Copy the INPA scripts and configuration files from your saved CFGDAT and SGDAT folders.

C:>copy X:CFGDAT*.ENG C:EC-APPSINPACFGDAT /v14 file(s) copied.

Then C:>copy X:SGDAT*.IPO C:EC-APPSINPASGDAT /v468 file(s) copied.

C:>copy X:SGDAT*.SRC C:EC-APPSINPASGDAT /v11 file(s) copied.

C:>copy X:SGDAT*.TXT C:EC-APPSINPASGDAT /v2 file(s) copied.

Now copy the group files from the SP Daten E89 folder to C:EDIABASECU.

C:>copy X:E89ECU*.GRP C:EDIABASECU /v80 file(s) copied.

Then import your daten files into WinKFP using this guide (steps 2-8)

Create a C:NCSEXPERDATENE89 folder and then copy the contents of the E89DATEN folder into it.


copy X:E89DATEN*.* C:NCSEXPERDATENE89 /v430 file(s) copied.

Then copy the contents of the E89SGDAT folder to C:NCSEXPERSGDAT.
C:>copy X:E89SGDAT*.* C:NCSEXPERSGDAT /v224 file(s) copied.

Go to the E89DATEN directory and execute the LADEN.BAT script.
C:>cd X:E89DATENX:E89DATEN>laden.bat

You’ll receive errors at the end of the script due to the missing C:EC-APPSCARSERVER directory, ignore them.

Install the patched 32-bit NCS Expert from this thread:






Then copy the NCS Expert profiles to the C:NCSEXPERPFL folder.



Ok, finished and congratulations!

VXDAS team kindly note:

It’s better to install the BMW INPA software in Windows XP, it will be more stable when use.

Here is the installation guide of Win XP for INPA software:

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BMW INPA 5.0.6 download here, which is tested without issues to work with K+DCAN usb cable with inpa bmw e46 and inpa bmw e90. Enjoy!

INPA v5.0.6 download:

Files incl:

EDIABAS v.7.30, Tool32 v.4.03, INPA v.5.06, WinKFP v.5.31 & NCS Expert v.4.01

(BIG THANKS to the contributor Kenny)

Computer requirements:

OS: Microsoft Windows XP, 7 (32/64bit), 8, 8.1 (32/64bit), 10 (32/64bit)


1 Available USB Port (We recommend using the same USB port each time)

Minimum 1.2GHz Processor

Minimum 2GB of RAM

Intermediate experience with navigating Windows and installing software/drivers


You’re advised to use INPA software on Windows XP, tested by professional engineers at uobdii.com. bmw inpa windows 7 and bmw inpa windows 10 need luck

How to install inpa/ediabas:

Install BMW Standard tools 212

Copy INPA_Fxx_v.2 folder to C:EC-AppsINPA_Fxx_v.2

Copy EDIABAS to C:EDIABAS overriding existing EDIABAS Folder.

Run INPALOAD.exe from INPA_Fxx_v.2 BIN folder (C:EC-AppsINPA_Fxx_v.2BININPALOAD.exe).

bmw inpa cable:

K+DCAN USB cable is verified to work no issues with INPA BMW. How to photoshop something out of a picture facetune.

It’s the newest K+DCAN cable, released in the 2016 year with two new futures:

Feature 1: 2016 new k+dcan cable adds a switch on the adapter.

the switch on this cable to LEFT is for 7 pin, to RIGHT for 8 pin
8 pin for K-LINE communication (old DCAN cables cannot do it) for BMW from 1998 to 2008
Feature 2- This usb cable improves a lot in the PCB design. The new pcb comes with FT232RQ chip

the printed circuited board of better quality than the old one
INPA bmw and K+DCAN cable test results:

inpa bmw e46:

Purpose: reset BMW E46 airbag light

Tools for use:

The E46 is before 2000 without the OBD2 port and the DLC port is a round 20 pin connector while INPA cable has only 16 pin connector, so I need a 20 pin to 16 pin connector

The DLC port location on BMW E46:

Test procedure:

Run INPA software on WIN XP. Turn on the ignition and click the “F2” button. And choose “Body” section then “Airbag”.

Go to the Error Memory: click the “F4” button.

Go to clear error memory: click the “F2” button.

Error was cleared!

reset BMW E46 airbag light successfully!


inpa bmw e90:

Purpose: Code BMW E90 (2008) Injector

Tools to use: k+dcan cable

Test process:

connect the INPA cable with my E90 N54 via OBD port

run INPA software. And pressed F9 on the keyboard to select vehicle model E90

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select Engine option -> MSD80 concerning option

press F9 system diagnostic

press [shift+F4] EOL injector option

The interface of MSD80 injector coding program, Check the injector parameters

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copy and paste the injector code and pressed OK to continue

Notice that the injector code are stamped onto the injector in white, there will be 2 rows of 3 numbers, for example, here: 582 227

Finally check the injector value and press [clear] to reset it.

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