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    Default What Downloaded RT3 Map Files to Burn into A CD?

    Hi guys,

    I'm a newcomer and I have bought a 2005 Peugeot 407 SW Lux Pack with sat nav. It's version is 6.63 and the current GB + Ireland 2008 copied disc (came with it) is working all fine. Now I downloaded 2013-2014 maps and burnt a ISO CD using PowerISO software with 8x speed (lowest), but it isn't working; when trying to use the map, it gives a message something like 'insert navigation disc into the CD ROM'. When I checked the files in both the CDs, I find different files and folders!

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    Can anyone please advise me if I've downloaded the correct files and what folders I have to copy into the CD to make the sat nav disc?

    Thanks in advance

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    Hello,

    You have the latest maps below 2015/2016 :
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    Good news, you have the latest firmware dated.
    Try with .iso CD image GB/IE 2015/2016, burned slowly like a CD image (526 Mo) on CD-R Verbatim.

    I burned France and Spain/Portugal with success for a friend, they work very well on RT3 407 coupe.
    CD burned all the time with UltraISO Premium, never error with .iso CD or DVD Verbatim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bricoman View Post
    Try with .iso CD image GB/IE 2015/2016, burned slowly like a CD image (526 Mo) on CD-R Verbatim.
    Thanks mate, I now have 2015/2016 map downloaded-folders inside the RAR look similar to the previous version. So what I did was correct? I did use Verbatim disc and burnt it as .ISO image. Do I have to copy 'RT3 2015-2016 Gran Bretaña y Irlanda' folder contents into the empty disc and then burn selecting ISO image or should I select the iso file and then burn?

    Sorry, I'm not skilled in copying dics etc

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    Hello,

    It's simple, just select the .iso CD image inside your computer with PowerISO and burn it with the lowest speed the CD.
    Don't copy files into the CD, just burn the CD image directly.
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    Hi,

    Alright, I'll burn this one and check how it goes. I'll update on this over the weekend.

    Thank you!

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    Hi,

    The newly copied 2015/2016 disc didn't work either! I'm not sure if its got something to do with the dirty lens. I'll get it cleaned, retried and let you all know.

    Cheers

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    Hi. Can someone help me? I have a Lancia Phedra that was built in January 2005 with a RT3 Van Bus system. I burned the 2015-2016 edition many times on a CD-R but the cd don't work in my RT3. I have an old CD from 2008-2009 (Navteq). The old Cd is recognized immediately and it works great. The 2008-2009 Cd is original from Navteq. But my own 2015-2016 CD doesn't work. Have I to finalize the CD? I burn it with PowerIso.

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    Hey there,

    In my CD player at home, it wouldn't read any copied discs, genuine ones work absolutely fine. When I clean and adjust the lens power (don't do this unless you know what you're doing!), any CD would work. Likewise...try cleaning the lense with a 'lense cleaning CD' and try again. I haven't actually tried this yet as I use my HERE Drive map on phone for sat nav.

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    Hello,

    Have you updated the firmware of your RT3 ?
    I burned this week country France 2015/2016 .iso with UltraISO on CD-R Verbatim, it runs on an old Citroen C5 2003.
    I think the burning method .iso file should be important for the success. With UltraISO, I left the default settings.
    The files in this thread work correctly.
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    Hi there,

    Yes the firmware is 6.63, but the map disc wouldn't work. Even the working one isn't working now! I think I have to clean the lens. I didn't get it done yet, I'll update you all later.

    Cheers

 

 
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