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    Hey Guys

    Does this V20 work with mitsubishi's - think mine take c2 maps???

    cheers!!!

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    Welcome to GPSPower ktc. All Mitsi units which read the map data off DVD use the C2 disc.
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    Damn that was a good read M8's, as for disks "brands" there are only a few manufacturers "and I forget who they are " but after this little waffle I will look it up again, the older you get the more you forget, anyway I use to use a brand I got from BigW Edit "and they are Verbatim $40 100 spindle" and I have had good results from them at backing up data and I just resent as of yesterday gone to a M8's place "fellow Gold Hunter" to fix some program for him that we use and these disks are now mmm 5+yrs old and are clean as a whistle.
    But as an archival point of view I use Taiyo Yuden Disks $60 100 spindle. now that price was mm 5yrs ago. Cheap.
    There is as part of a program that you can check the manufacturer of the Disk mm Nero rings a bell ?.
    Anyway good thread M8's
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    I just installed it in a 2010 Mazda6. No problems. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignatron View Post
    Damn that was a good read M8's, as for disks "brands" there are only a few manufacturers "and I forget who they are " but after this little waffle I will look it up again, the older you get the more you forget, anyway I use to use a brand I got from BigW Edit "and they are Verbatim $40 100 spindle" and I have had good results from them at backing up data and I just resent as of yesterday gone to a M8's place "fellow Gold Hunter" to fix some program for him that we use and these disks are now mmm 5+yrs old and are clean as a whistle.
    But as an archival point of view I use Taiyo Yuden Disks $60 100 spindle. now that price was mm 5yrs ago. Cheap.
    There is as part of a program that you can check the manufacturer of the Disk mm Nero rings a bell ?.
    Anyway good thread M8's
    Quite right, many of the disc "brands" are from fabless companies who source their products from various manufacturers, much like the media card companies do. I think all burning software will disclose the manufacturer rather than the brand, co-incidentally i had a read/write task to do after re-reading your post Iggs. This is ImgBurn with two different discs where to free up the rewritable media i needed to write a Macrium PE recovery ISO from a DVD+RW to then burn the files back to a CD-R:

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    The main thing is that buying from a good known brand's premium range will likely always get you good quality media. Buying the cheapest media whether well-known brands or unknown will likely get you trouble when burning sensitive stuff like these navigation DVDs. The higher cost difference is negligible compared to the possible problems avoided later imo.
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    Hi Everyone

    Thanks for this. I just loaded onto my ASX MY2011, no issues. Haven't driven around yet, but I used a no brand, and IMGBurn with auto settings, burnt with verify. Works a treat.
    Hope this helps

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    G'day PeanutButter, welcome to GPS Power! Getting quite a few first-time posters in this section lately [bit of trivia: it used to be called 'Peanut Paste' in my neck of the woods until about the mid '70s because the Butter Marketing Board wouldn't allow the word 'butter' to be used in a product name unless it actually contained real butter. Hence 'Lemon Spread' instead of 'Lemon Butter' too. We're no longer the 'Deep North' thank goodness .....].

    Thanks for the report. BTW, 'no brand/unknown brand' or 'cheap' doesn't always mean 'low quality' with media but using a known brand premium product will guarantee a good quality at least. I've burnt some 'mpm' brand DVD-Rs as 'test-only' discs for these maps, they've all worked ok. The mpm discs were bought from Hardly Normals for $9.99 for 50 discs [no spindle, just a 'refill' pack] so at 20 a pop you can consider them 'cheap' and mpm isn't a main-stream brand either. But they identify as CMC MAG.AMG and that manufacturer supplies not only to Verbatim as shown in P#35 above as well as mpm but also to other more main-stream brands such as TDK, Philips and Kodak i believe. Probably they then get used as their 'leader lines' but they'd still sell them to retailers at more than the mpm supplier does for sure.

    Moral of the story: Buy a well-known brand's 'premium' product and you'll be ok for sure. Anything else is a bit of a lucky dip imho. If you want to be super-cautious then just get Taiyo Yuden but that's maybe verging on paranoid for this kind of application.
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    Thanks to all concerned, I downloaded this file last night and wrote the disc, went out to try it in the car (lancer MMCS A-03) and it worked straight away no problems at all.

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    This is a list of disk manufactures.
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    This is a list of companies that use the disks Branded.
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    So you see why I say just coz ya buy cheap IS NOT BAD coz depends on whom you buy disks from hummm.

    I will go and see what program I use to Identify my disks and post it back here. As I say I have a Big W brand and I use Taiyo Yuden disks as well.

    see ya soon.

    Yep told ya would be back:
    That program is Nero Speed Disk v11 "I use this to test Disk drives" in the program is a tab for Disk Info, drop a disk in and you will see a manufacturer ID and this will match 1 of my above list of manufactures and you will be OK and I have had no problems with mine.
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    Hi ktc

    Depends what year, Pajero I think up to 2012, all MMCS v 1 without HDD need DVD v2 I think is SD Card and this download according to several members does not work on SD.

    Cheers

 

 
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