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Problem with connecting to BP250

Problem with connecting to BP250

Problem with connecting to BP250

After restarting my BP250 cannot connect to BP250 with BMS. Message I got is "Cannot connect to system! [1027] No further information available."

When try to create a new system on BMS got message "Cannot connect to system! [10993] TIMEOUT - Access locked by previous process or BP-EC connection broken(Cable, ...)"

I try to connect to another system with same BMS and cable and everything works fine.

RE: Problem with connecting to BP250

Check if you can connect in the read only mode.
If only this is working and neither a serial nor a remote modem connection you
must coldstart the system and load a backup.

RE: Problem with connecting to BP250

I will try to connect in read only mode. How to do coldstart the system? Think I have backup of this system.

RE: Problem with connecting to BP250

On the CPU you should find a white plug, when you connect this plug into both contacts
and restart the system it makes a coldstart.
DonĀ“t forget to disconnect the plug after the restart!

RE: Problem with connecting to BP250

Thanks, I will try that.

RE: Problem with connecting to BP250

Problem with connection to BP250 solved. thanks

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