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    Quote Originally Posted by topcat View Post
    Difference to mine

    ??
    Take a look by yourself..
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    I have been using Nextgen for a while now and I have noticed that when it announces the warning for over speeding it does not state the speed limit of the current road you are on. It says the following announcement;

    "You are over sped, the speed limit is miles"

    Does anyone know where this announcement is coming from I have checked the dictionary.voice file and the only line I can see is

    The speed limit is %s!="The speed limit is %s!" and this does not state the speed limit value. Any help greatly appreciated.

    Thx

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    after start on wince write: please insert SD card.what have i do???

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    Quote Originally Posted by beginner View Post
    Take a look by yourself..
    I tried to run this, for some reason it will not start on my head unit. The 'Agree' button never lights up for me to enter Nav. I tried a few times, one of the times I saw a very quick error message come up, but it was to fast for me to read. My unit must have some additional check....

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    I have the extra file in the root folder called 'validator.dat' in my version of Nextgen. I never see it in any other Nextgen release. I suspect this is part of the problem.

    File: validator.dat - 256 bytes

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    @topcat

    Where is your folder license?
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    Also, my file structure at the root level showing validator.dat

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    Hi,

    This might be a stupid question , what does the "validator.dat" do?

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    Can someone please explain why there are two tts directories in the root, viz:-

    tts_nua_v5 & tts_nua_ve1.

    and what is the difference in the two folders?

    Are they both required?

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    Hello , what MAP Changer can be installed . Where and what do I have to enter where

 

 
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