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Thread: Confirmed: OBDII is not connecting, make sure peoples devices are compatible

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    Confirmed: OBDII is not connecting, make sure peoples devices are compatible

    I upgraded to the latest version of Centrafues after (I believe it was RC5) expired, and i have used the built-in updater to get all the current updates.

    My OBD interface no longer works.

    I re-setup the com configuration (COM1) and reselected ODBII ELM32,322,323 as before. I go into the OBD screen, click connect, it tries for 3-5 seconds then says disconnected. I've restarted the computer without luck.

    I did try another standalone program (digimoto lite) and it still connects and gets data from the interface perfectly perfectly.

    -Steve

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    Not sure I understand your message. I don't have ODB myself, but I thought it was a known issue, and that David was working on it.
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    This should be fixed in 1.12

    you can also now disable sensors to help stop the disconnects if they are still getting requested for some unknown reason and to increase the refresh rate...

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