..or f you want to upload it to ftp (high speed) server, please let me know. Afterwards kunix can download it from there and "do" his thing
I took RS748's suggestion and finally after hours of uploading...
The image (built with USB Image Tool) of an used SDcard is online, but only for seven days, so hurry up ;-))
MD5 checksum: 09765a34e40a65932543c8accb908e7b
Last edited by pusti123; 12th December 2014 at 09:54. Reason: link deleted
I've started downloading it. Thanks.
Can you calculate the md5 hash of the img file on your disk using something like WinMD5, so that I would be able to verify the downloaded file?
Last edited by kunix; 10th December 2014 at 16:41.
Thanks download started
tomorrow I'm going to see what is possible
I've downloaded it. The file size is 16130244608.
Mounted the image with OSFMount. It looks okay, but the MD5 is 0eb4e2834a7fbfb67224245d0d886d22 Will try again maybe...
Can someone describe in detail how such SD card is installed for the first time?
Do you enter any unlock codes?
Can anyone confirm if this image contains maps of North America?
Guys, I've downloaded it again and WinMD5Free claims 0eb4e2834a7fbfb67224245d0d886d22 again.
This is the Europe map.
file size is correct, see the file attributes on my PC.
I just started downloading, to see if uploaded and downloaded file are identical...
In the meantime I generated the md5 of the original file again on another computer (using WinMD5Free v1.20): the result is still the same as written in post #23
The downloaded file generates the md5 that was posted by kunix.
A file compare (DOS command fc /b) shows a lot of differences.
Seems that uploaded and downloaded file are not identical, whatever the reason is.
Last edited by pusti123; 11th December 2014 at 08:10.
Also have the same MD5 problem
have done some experiments
the maps are not loading
the software works
continue testing tomorrow
together will find a solution