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Basic guzzidiag tutorial for V11

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When I was doing the CO Trim adjustment it clearly says in one step to use the Kill Button. Otherwise I'm using the ignition switch, as instructed.

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For Co adjustment, make sure there are no errors. And look at the tps setting, if way to low at closed throttle, also a no go. 

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Winter is here so I have started to play with Guzzidiag again, just downloaded v47 onto my XP MSI Wind netbook. When all connected up I can get GuzziRead to download the ECU after setting up the com port. However I cannot get Guzzidiag to connect. My problem is I cannot find the screen to setup my com port for Guzzidiag. I tried clicking on and around the top LH corner on the "v47", it just gives me the Windows minimise, quit options etc.

When I left click on the white cross on the v twin engine logo I get a row of options along the bottom of the screen, "connect" etc but nowhere to setup the com port. Right click sends me to the Guzzi De forum!

 

It has to be something stupid I am doing, please help.

 

As an aside, I have used these MSI Wind Netbooks, (models U90, U100 and U135), in the past to connect to Guzzidiag with great success, they are now rather old but are cheap second hand and come with Windows XP. Being only a 10 inch display they are small and portable enough to use in the garage. If fitted with a small SSD rather than a hard drive they can be used on the bike for datalogging.

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Try a different USB port? For some reason mine only works in one port.

 

It’s been a while since I logged onto Guzzidiag but I remember a similar problem.

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Thanks for the advice, unfortunately it did not help.

 

Finally got it working.

 

I deleted all Guzzidiag files then reloaded the Guzzidiag v47 zip file and extracted it. On starting Guzzidiag I was presented with a small pop-up window requesting language to be set, then another requesting v11 model and the Comm port!

 

Somehow I must have missed that on my original (last month) reinstallation. It seems you cannot change language or port again once fully installed.

 

EDIT I now see at the top of the screen 'File' which lets down an option for 'settings' where I can now select the Comm port. For some reason that was not visible before. So yes you can alter settings.

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Folks, grateful if anyone could advise regarding the compatibility of guzzidiag with MacOS High Sierra? I am thinking of investing in a new MacBook and want to be certain that it will run guzzidiag before I commit.

 

Thanks

 

Ian

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Folks, grateful if anyone could advise regarding the compatibility of guzzidiag with MacOS High Sierra? I am thinking of investing in a new MacBook and want to be certain that it will run guzzidiag before I commit.

 

Thanks

 

Ian

Recently, my Mac burp-graded to "High Sierra." Always lots not to like (in general). Overall, I favor the OSx about a thousand-fold over my office M'soft Windoze.

 

Haven't tried to connect Mac High Sierra with guzzidiag since the Up-burp. Anyone has?

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Folks, grateful if anyone could advise regarding the compatibility of guzzidiag with MacOS High Sierra? I am thinking of investing in a new MacBook and want to be certain that it will run guzzidiag before I commit.

 

Thanks

 

Ian

Recently, my Mac burp-graded to "High Sierra." Always lots not to like (in general). Overall, I favor the OSx about a thousand-fold over my office M'soft Windoze.

 

Haven't tried to connect Mac High Sierra with guzzidiag since the Up-burp. Anyone has?

 

 

I'm still running Sierra on the lappy until work let's us upgrade.

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Folks, grateful if anyone could advise regarding the compatibility of guzzidiag with MacOS High Sierra? I am thinking of investing in a new MacBook and want to be certain that it will run guzzidiag before I commit.

 

Thanks

 

Ian

As of today (Christmas Day!), my latest version of Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.2 wouldn't open the guzzidiag version VO.47. I had to override the security block on "unknown developers" and connected to the Sport. Everything opens and reads fine. Cleared some stored faults.

 

So, guzzidiag looks good to go on a Mac with High Sierra. :thumbsup:

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Today, attempting to display guzzidiag on a different ECU I could no get the individual measurements to display before dropping down each individual menu and selecting the parameter I wanted to see.

 

Once connected back to my own Sport, all of the previously selected measurements populated themselves.

 

Just an observation worth knowing if you are switching guzzidiag between different bikes.

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Hi, I am new to this forum and would like to know if I can download this diagnostic tool to run on a 1997 1100 Sport Injection currently running a WM16 ECU. I do not see why not but perhaps I would have to select a version, also not sure what the difference between GuzziDiag and IAWDiag is. Are they different things or two specific tools. Any help appreciated

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Having a problem connecting to bike.

Have Lonelec cables.

Using Windows 8 (I'm a Mac guy,so a bit fuzzy on a PC)

Downloaded what I believe to be correct drivers .

Ports match from PC to App

Once the drivers are DL'd and the packet is opened is there anything else I need to do with them as there's lots of  files in that packet and not sure what they all do.

Thanks

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I am no expert on this, but, try a different USB port. Also, make sure the Run Switch is on and use the Ignition Switch to turn on and off.

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