buffer index out of range ???

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joost de vries

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Jan 20, 2020, 2:08:02 AM1/20/20
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Hi every one,

By using GS911 for a R 1200 GS LC ( OBD) we had the problem that we can`t do anything and get the sign "buffer index out of range "

Please who know how i can fix this ?

BR Joost 

Dennis Yarbro

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Jan 20, 2020, 7:45:25 AM1/20/20
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Hello, I had the same problem. I searched on the GS-911 user forum and found a thread which linked it to the Dec 2019 update. That same thread also linked to a newer software patch which, when downloaded to the GS-911, fixed the “Buffer Out of Range” Error on my unit.

Good luck. Try the link below.


Dennis Yarbro

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Bill Morrison

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Jan 21, 2020, 12:45:04 AM1/21/20
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Back in the days when I worked for a supercomputer company (Cray Research) it sounds like it's trying to access memory (buffer) that's not available. Sounds like the code has a bug in it.

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