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Thread: Power Commander V Glitch

Created on: 06/09/19 04:40 AM

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eTOtheHIZZO


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Power Commander V Glitch
06/09/19 4:40 AM

So I installed the PCV and the peripheral Digital Display screen, but when I USB my computer to the USB screen the Screen itself registers that it's plugged into a computer, but the PCV App on my computer does not detect the bike at all. Any suggestions?

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RE: Power Commander V Glitch
06/09/19 10:54 AM

Maybe unplug the usb...with power on at the ignition.Then replug?Is the PC affirming 'a device' is being plugged in?You may have said that....maybe start the app first on the PC?Then connect all cords.

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RE: Power Commander V Glitch
06/09/19 2:29 PM

The thing you are referring to as "USB Screen" and "digital display"--is that a POD-300?

Is the PC5 software (Control Center) that is used for tuning even supposed to interact with the POD? I have the LCD-200 and I have never used Control Center with it. I have loaded maps from my computer to the LCD-200 but I do not think that required use of Control Center. I have used Control Center a bunch for interfacing with the PC5. That's what it's for but I do not think Control Center is capable of communicating with a POD-300. The POD-300 interfaces with the PC5 but there is no software I am aware of that interfaces directly with the POD300.

I have used my LCD-200 to data log. That required Log File Manager software to make the data logs viewable after they were downloaded from the LCD-200. Don't think I ever had call to use Control Center with my LCD-200.

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Rook


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RE: Power Commander V Glitch
06/10/19 1:56 PM

A memory card is used to load map files to an LCD-200. It does have a USB cable alsop but that is not for interfacing with any kind of software except possibly a firmware update. Apparently the USB port can be used to view the LCD display on a computer monitor. I never had need for that and never tried it. If you have Control Center software, that will show you everything the LCD-200 can show and a lot more. The LCD has some of the features of Control Center but it is not a replacement for Control Center and a laptop by any means.



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