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    WIN CE looking for working version of primo to my MIO P360

    hello
    i'm looking for working version for my MIO P360 320X240 i'm getting in each version that I put at the sd card error
    so what should I need to do?
    thank you
    Last edited by D.I.I.; 8th July 2014 at 06:21.

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    You need iGO8.3.xxx, and appropriate 320x240 data.zip file, go in iGO software, and there you'll find what you need.
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    I have igo 8.3.....but there is option for primo?

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    Primo needs More or equal of 128 mb ram from each device.
    That's the problem.

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    hi
    I tried to take the sys+zip+data file's from igo to primo and I get
    fatal error occurred in main thread
    address: 0X03bf3690
    exeption: 0Xc0000005

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    I don't know the code of this error but you take your reply.

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    there is 128 mb ram
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Default Use button edit!

    It says 64 mb ram

    Primo don't work in mio whatever can you do.
    Mio have 64 mb ram.
    In your link in one side it writes 64 and at the other it writes
    128
    The true is 64.
    Last edited by Black Wolf; 9th June 2014 at 13:55. Reason: USE BUTTON EDIT!

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    ok..thank you for the help

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    primo work fine on p360.
    Here you have [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] .
    data.zip have 320_240 resolution .
    You need a PDA version, you have it [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    Add in sys.txt :
    [interface]
    resolution_dir = "320_240"
    The program will start from the very first time.

    After that, we have to talk about satellite conections because for a stable conection you need to do a screen calibration .
    For that you need to copy into the root of primo folder the utility folder from the archive :
    Spoiler: calibrate-fix
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    Add in sys.txt :
    [utility]
    calibratefix=1
    From now, you have to use Dimka skin OR for default skin copy into the root of primo folder teh other 2 folder ( ux and ui_igo9 ) from the archive.
    Last edited by costas3850; 9th June 2014 at 14:42.

 

 
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