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    I understand the Speedcam question is not related to this forum so I've asked here:

    Spoiler: Speedcam category types?
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    Finally if you're interested on my IGO9 Primo WinCE 5/6 480_234 configuration, i could post here, just ask.
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    Can you share the sys.txt for Macrom ?

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    Sorry for being late in reply, this is my sys.txt for macrom chinese 2din radio navigator

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    I dont see anything for navi/gps path, how dit you set the navi/gps path in your macrom device?

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    Give this a try:

    Make the filestructure on your sd card MobileNavigator/MobileNavigator.exe
    Start navigation
    See/tell what is happen.

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    MobileNavigator/MobileNavigator.exe is the original path. If the ROM can't find anything at that path it displays an UI with two buttons. One of them is "select path" (something like), then you can browse the exe file will be booted on startup.

    My question is another. I've built an IGO Primo 2.0 as Boki_Srb said in first page of this thread but my system is overheating and freeze. I bet is using too much ram (that's 64Megs). Is there any chance to limit RAM usage? What is mostly RAM expensive (speedcams? kml poi userdata?)

    My speedcam.txt is an handmade 1.4Kb and also KMLs userdata is handmade. I collected them from various italian websites then merged together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maraka View Post
    ... but my system is overheating and freeze. I bet is using too much ram (that's 64Megs). [B]Is there any chance to limit RAM usage? ....
    In fact, your problem has nothing to do themselves with iGO. Its is hardware problem.

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    Is there any way to limit ram usage? What's more expensive speedcams or userdata kml ?

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    Navigation device is not computer. My GPS have 64MB ram and 364MHz cpu. All works without problems (speedcams, DEM...).
    Again, overheating and freeze is device hardware problem.
    Ofcourse, put only files you really need: speedcams of your country, eventually of the states where you plan to travel. Put smaller DEM (90MB for europe), do not use skins, put only necessary licenses. If you don't need fjw, fda and similar files, don't use them. Don't use TTS voices. Etc...
    In short, use only the minimum package.

 

 
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