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We frequently are asked about various utility programs that others have authored and can sometimes be found on various web-sites. With the exception of the NCS Dummy tool, it seems that lately these files have been disappearing from the various English language sites, possibly due to the age of these applications and hosting costs for files that get a lot of downloads or perhaps just a lack of interest.
We have downloaded the files we could find that we belive pertain to our users interest and for your convenience have stored the following files on our server.
NCS Dummy should make life with NCS Expert a bit easier. NCS Dummy parses keyword trace files (FSW_PSW.TRC) or nettodata trace files (NETTODAT.TRC) and retrieves all possible parameters, control unit data and order options for each function. The parsed trace files can be viewed and modified in a graphical trace editor or exported to text files. NCS Dummy can be used to compare two trace files and show the differences. Furthermore NCS Dummy can disassemble and assemble NCS Expert data files to achieve functionality that is not possible with a stock NCS Expert installation.
Here is the source page so you can download any updates (we don't make any attempts to keep the latest version on our site, what we offer here may be older that the most current version. Click this link for the NCS Dummy source on "bimmerforums".
Download NCS Dummy 0.6.0.7 (626 KB)
Download NCS Dummy User Manual (1.34MB)
Download NCS Dummy profile for NCS Expert 3.* (1 KB)
Download NCS Dummy profile for NCS Expert 4.* (1 KB)
NCS Dummy Requirements:
These specifications taken directly from the above linked webpage and may change without notice!
The program works in addition to EDIABAS with the engine ECU, with many DDE and DME models. The program allows you to read the necessary data from the engine control unit, read the indicators and basic parameters, conveniently also display in the form of sensors and record motor logs. In order for the program to work correctly, the installed BMW EDIABAS Standard Tools package is required. Installation is a matter of unpacking the files using the 7zip tool (which you should have installed along with our basic systm).
This is a utility used to calculate the checksum of the VIN.Installation is a matter of unpacking the files using the 7zip tool (which you should have installed along with our basic systm).
Download VIN_CheckDigit.7z (192 KB)
This utility is used to compile the central code (ZCS) for older chassis including:
The ZCS data is composed into 3 components:
To add or remove an option, for example: 168, you need to recalculate SA and re-write it in the device (KMB) and EWS. And if you changed the engine you need to recalculate GM and rewrite it to auto using the NCS-Expert program. That is actually what Zeko can help and program.
It is intended to be easy to use and easy to understand:
Director where coding key tables are located:to reflect the actual path - here we set ours to "C:\zeko\data\"
Enter the required options using the correct format. For example if using "168" then enter "0168". If necessary Remove the option then move to its field and press F5, and note how the bottom of the field 2 code SA changes, here is the recalculated code with the nwly added option 168., This is the data which you need to remember and write to the machine with NCS-Expert.
These steps were taken from the Zeko source page which was in Russian, so we cannot attest to their completeness or accuracy as we had to use a translator to understand the page!
Unfortunately this is a legacy 16 bit application and you MUST run it on a 32 bit version of Windows.