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    Thanks for the reply, resolution is ok when device is in menu mode as you can see from the photos, as soon I exit menu back to map it stretch the map.

    I will try 9.6.13.405512 as soon I find clean good files.

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    I never used Sygic software but map resolution is not necessary the same as Menu resolution. In Primo they are the same but with Sygic it could be totally different. Sorry to be so harsh but that is why you have to know what you are doing and I suspect that is your problem. I have a cheap 2Din Chinese unit and never had any problems installing any software on it. You just cannot download anything from the Internet (assuming the copy is even good) without tailoring it for your specific unit and expect it to always work perfectly. Assuming you have all the necessary and correct files in the proper location for your specific hardware, you still must configure properly your sys.txt file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upsss View Post
    I never used Sygic software but map resolution is not necessary the same as Menu resolution. In Primo they are the same but with Sygic it could be totally different. Sorry to be so harsh but that is why you have to know what you are doing and I suspect that is your problem. I have a cheap 2Din Chinese unit and never had any problems installing any software on it. You just cannot download anything from the Internet (assuming the copy is even good) without tailoring it for your specific unit and expect it to always work perfectly. Assuming you have all the necessary and correct files in the proper location for your specific hardware, you still must configure properly your sys.txt file.
    That's why I asked on forum. If I do know what I'm doing than there is no need to post it anywhere. Right?

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    Your best chance is to post another thread regarding problem with Sygic running on 800x480 for WinCE and hope that somebody who successfully did it would help. I run Sygic a long time ago on 320x240 and it works fine, but that doesn't mean jack since Sygic is notorious for introducing problem in new releases. I know that you're interested in fixing iGO8/Primo problem, but finding a solution for Sygic (hopefully someone will tell you which release work on 800x480) might shed some light on why your problem exists.
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    Your device is strong enough, mr. Damir.
    Try this clean version:
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    It is 9.6.13.405512, for 800x480 resolution. Only pure software with serbian latin language&voice.
    Add global_cfg, MAPs, POIs, DEM, speedcam, skins as you wish.

 

 
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