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    will try it in the morning. Thanks!
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    component 'MSCOMM32.OCX' or one of its dependencies not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid

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    start-->run

    regsvr32 mscomm32.ocx


    if it comes up with an error saying can't find it, do a search on your PC, if you find it copy it to your system32 directory.

    if the search doesn't find it download it from here

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    Thank you Enforcer....i have found it online by searching

    but yea, how do i know my steering wheel is working? i keep getting run-time error '13' mismatch type or something when i run the program i downloaded above. ALSO, where do i put the files? i left it on my desktop to test it out. I ran it, and got that error.


    help?

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    Run-time error 13 ibuscomm

    I know what causes this error. I spent nearly 6 hours figuring it out - I even had to debug the application. Normally this is a mismatch between windows language settings. In this case, it is an extra LETTER in your ibuscomm.ini file. Check it and find the extra letter or character outside of the quotes. That or restore to another default ini file. That will fix the problem.

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    I dont think 5 seconds is long enough for my system - source would help - I could just modify it myself Hibernation seems to cut out the usb/serial from a system level - why would a revised ibuscomm avoid that problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMP3
    I know what causes this error. I spent nearly 6 hours figuring it out - I even had to debug the application. Normally this is a mismatch between windows language settings. In this case, it is an extra LETTER in your ibuscomm.ini file. Check it and find the extra letter or character outside of the quotes. That or restore to another default ini file. That will fix the problem.
    ok i really really need help here. i'll paypal u $1 for help


    for ur BMW people, i have found 2 connectors that looks the same in the trunk. one set has 2 plugs (one with 3 hols and another with 6or8 i think-these are square shape) another set i found is closer to the rear seat (it has 3 wires/harness - one with 3 holes, another with about 16 or so, and another looks like something you would plug an antenna in)

    OK, besides that....Before connecting anything to the car.

    I have downloaded the ibus program and ran it on my carPC. i see it in the task manager. BUT when i open RR or winamp....it gives me that "run-time error 13" what the heck? i didnt even connect the ibus to the car yet. I checked the Device Manager and see com 1 and com 2 used for some sort of communication thing. and in the ibus ini file, its set to com 1?

    please help, i keep getting that error everytime RR is opened.

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    The wiring harness closer to the seats are for the bluetooth module. There is a 3-wire plug there, too. I think it's i-bus, but it is not wired the same as the other one that connects to the CD-changer.

    Run-time error is caused by an extra character in the .ini file. Go back and read post #15.

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    be careful, there is a 3 pin connector that is not an ibus, this could be the phone power. if it is and you use it, you will fry some circuits!

    the ibus connector in the trunk is the one with 3 wires. the 8 pin connector is the cd changer. that's the one I've tapped into.

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    There is a one pin on standart "under the dashboard" radio connector which is i-Bus. In my case I am using it to connect with i-Bus.

    In the trunk there is a small connector (I do not remember how many pins, but around 3 or 4) with i-Bus.
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