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    8min to write a cal mpvi2

    Wtf this thing takes forever!!! Anyone else have this issue? High speed is selectees, blue light goes, and then pauses , and then will take off, and stop again, does this cyclically through entire write.. write entire took 18 min..

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    What is the application? Can you open a ticket please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer@HPT View Post
    What is the application? Can you open a ticket please?
    gen 3 02 fbody LS 1bar SD.. 411 pcm

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    Quote Originally Posted by IllusionalTA View Post
    gen 3 02 fbody LS 1bar SD.. 411 pcm
    Do you have the high speed box checked before writing? It sounds like it is a low speed write given the time.

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    Yes it was checked, hence why I was shocked.. it seems that it?ll write quick for about 10%, the. Polling would quit , no activity on the mpvi2, then it?d start back up again, and continuously do this till completed..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IllusionalTA View Post
    Yes it was checked, hence why I was shocked.. it seems that it?ll write quick for about 10%, the. Polling would quit , no activity on the mpvi2, then it?d start back up again, and continuously do this till completed..
    Please open a support ticket if you haven't already. Make sure to send your debug.dat

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    Will this debug.dat have previous info or will I have to rewrite cal? Don?t wanna brick this crap

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    debug.dat file contains information about every read/write you've recently performed.
    It doesn't have to be perfect, it just needs to be done in two weeks...

    A wise man once said "google it"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill@HPTuners View Post
    debug.dat file contains information about every read/write you've recently performed.
    put in a ticket. thanks again.