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Old 04-25-2011, 19:19   #1 (permalink)
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How to repair vag-106?

hi! is there any posibility to repair vag hex-can 106? it was updated and killed by that update. i found only ways to repair 704.1/805.0/805.1/812.4 but my is made to work with VCDS 10.6, so what should i do now?
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Old 04-26-2011, 23:01   #2 (permalink)
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You must reflashing chip.

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Old 04-27-2011, 21:51   #3 (permalink)
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but how and with what file?
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Old 08-24-2011, 20:42   #4 (permalink)
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Hi!

I resuscitated my cable by following the repair instructions for the 704. It's actually quite simple.

1. download the drivers FTDI Drivers or use the one's in the VCDS directory to change the inf file to be able to load the driver for the device. In detail:

"Step1: Please ensure that you have installed the VAG-COM software.

Step2: Plug your disabled cable to the USB. There maybe be a pop-up window to indicate you to install the driver, for damaged cable, let it be, skip it.

Step3: Right click "my computer", select " hardware", then "device manager", then "Other device", the " USB device".

Step4: Right click "USB device", select "properties", select " detail", there will be a line information displayed. VID_xxxx & PID_xxxx, please write down the 4 letters or number for VID and PID.

Step5: Unplug the cable, select" my computer" --"C:/"--"Program files"--"VAG-COm"--"VAGUSB.inf".

Step6: In item [FtdiHw], please add one more line as " %USB\VID_xxxx&PID_xxxx.DeviceDesc%=FTD2XX, USB\VID_xxxx&PID_xxxx", please ensure the four number or alphabets are the same as the ones you write down in step 4.

Step7: In the end of the text, add one more line as " USB\VID_xxxx&PID_xxxx.DeviceDesc="VAG-COM Compatible USB Interface", the four numbers or alphabets are also the same as the ones you write down in step4.

Step8: Save "VAGUSB.inf" file and then exit.

Step9: Unplug the cable, and then plug the cable to the USB port. System will indication found new hardware, and will pop up window for driver update. If do not have the pop up window, let it be, Right click "my computer", select " hardware", then "device manager", then "Other device", then right click "USB device", select update drive.

Step10: Let the driver point to C:/program files/vagcom

Step11: System will search the drive for several seconds, then it will indicate that find the driver and then install it. "


2. Extract drivers FTDI Drivers . Extract FTDI Utilities in the i386 folder of the drivers.

3. Run the FTD2XXST utility (follow the included manual) and erase the chip.

4. Once erased, run VCDS. It should recognize a damaged cable and reprogram it in the same way that it killed it in the first place. Mine was killed with version 10.6.3 and repaired with 10.6.2. Try version 10.6.0 if others don't work. The VCDS I used was included on a cd with the (cloned) cable. I am not quite sure it was original or cracked in any way.

Good luck!
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Old 10-15-2011, 20:03   #5 (permalink)
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i have the same problem . when i plug in my usb clone cable 10.6 the pc says usb device not recognised
can i do something to revive it?
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Old 10-17-2011, 21:22   #6 (permalink)
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use on difrent usb port off pc
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Old 10-25-2011, 01:05   #7 (permalink)
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to repair a 106 vag cable, you can force the installation in Windows 7 with the drivers from VCDS folder, then try to modify PID and VID (with the FT_prog tool) on the cable to match what's in the Ross-Tech\vcds\rt-usb.inf, then replug the cable because the chip of this cable can't be erased, but it can be programmed with the new values of the PID and VID. and try to run the 10.6.2 version
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i did try on other pc .no chance.i think my ftdi chip is broken.
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Old 11-30-2012, 13:30   #9 (permalink)
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Fixing VAG-Com 11 clone

Hi this is an update to the 11.10 cable!

1. download the drivers FTDI Drivers or use the one's in the VCDS directory to change the inf file to be able to load the driver for the device. In detail:

"Step1: Please ensure that you have installed the VCDS 10 software.

Step2: Plug your disabled cable to the USB. There maybe be a pop-up window to indicate you to install the driver, for damaged cable, let it be, skip it.

Step3: Right click "my computer", select " hardware", then "device manager", then "Other device", the " USB device".

Step4: Right click "USB device", select "properties", select " detail", there will be a line information displayed. VID_xxxx & PID_xxxx, please write down the 4 letters or number for VID and PID.

Step5: Unplug the cable, select" my computer" --"C:/"--"Program files"--"Ross-tech/vcds/"--"RT-USB64.inf".

Step6: In item [RossTechHw.NTamd64], please add one more line as " %USB\VID_xxxx&PID_xxxx.DeviceDesc%=RT-USB,USB\VID_xxxx&PID_xxxx", please ensure the four number or alphabets are the same as the ones you write down in step 4.

Step7: In the end of the text, add one more line as " USB\VID_xxxx&PID_xxxx.DeviceDesc="Ross-Tech HEX or KEY USB Interface", the four numbers or alphabets are also the same as the ones you write down in step4.

Step8: Save "
RT-USB64.inf" file and then exit.

Step9: Unplug the cable, and then plug the cable to the USB port. System will indication found new hardware, and will pop up window for driver update. If do not have the pop up window, let it be, Right click "my computer", select " hardware", then "device manager", then "Other device", then right click "USB device", select update drive.

Step10: Let the driver point to C:/program files/ross-tech/vcds

Step11: System will search the drive for several seconds, then it will indicate that find the driver and then install it. "


2. Extract drivers FTDI Drivers . Extract FTDI Utilities in the i386 folder of the drivers.

3. Run the FTD2XXST utility (follow the included manual) and erase the chip, "or use fprog to program the old values of PID and VID".

4. Once erased, run VCDS. It should recognize a damaged cable and reprogram it in the same way that it killed it in the first place. Mine was killed with version 10.6.3 and repaired with 10.6.2. Try version 10.6.0 if others don't work. The VCDS I used was included on a cd with the (cloned) cable. I am not quite sure it was original or cracked in any way.

Good luck!
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