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    A close look at the files reveals that it is quite Toyota centric. I've burnt 3 DVD's so far with no success in a Mazda, so perhaps this DVD is Toyota/Lexus & Subaru only. Anyone else care to try?

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    Toyota/Lexus and early Subi use the C1 disc which I have. It's 3.91 GB (4,201,218,048 bytes) and this disc is smaller at 3.15 GB (3,386,015,744 bytes). I've burnt a disc from the torrent file 464110-4690.iso and tried it in my MY10 Liberty. It seems to work fine. What disc type and burning program are you using? I used ImgBurn at the lowest possible burn speed for the media, try to find a burner that will burn at 2x or 4x. At worse use 6x and it must be single-layer DVD-R only. DVR+R won't work.
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    Tried 3 discs so far all using ImgBurn at the lowest possible speed (same as what I used for the v18 C2) but so far no luck. I'll try some different media as this TDK disc minimum speed is quoted as 1-16X but both burners I have have a minimum burn speed of 8x. If I'm successful I'll post back here the results.

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    LOL! Rookie ERROR! I had also previously downloaded the Whereis 19 C1 iso and that is apparently the one I've burnt 3 times. Now burning the C2 disc... -rep deserved. ;-)

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    LOL! Request Denied! The rep+ you've been given by me and others is well-deserved. Look on the bright side, you've now got 3 more beer coasters.

    General note about burning these map data discs, try to do it at the slowest possible speed as fast burning tends to allow more little errors and they may not be immediately apparent. I've run out of bulk DVD-R blanks and had to resort an expensive single-pack media, but it's Verbatim 1-16x not 'no-brand' cr*p like my bulk discs were. The verbatim one seems to work OK so far. My $150 BD/DVD burner won't burn at lower than 6x so i used that with the Verbatim anyway. I can't find my $40 external usb dvd burner which will burn at 2x happily. Go figure ....
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    LOL Neil. As embarrassing as it is to admit, I did accidently burn the wrong iso... 3 times! The C2 disc does in fact work in my MY10 CX-9. My faithful PIONEER DVD burner burns at a min speed of 6x as well but the TDK disc worked fine... as it did for the v18 C2 disc.

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    Yep. I reckon the moral of the story is that you can get away with a slightly faster speed if you use good quality media. There was a really good explanation somewhere about why burnt discs are flakier than the 'pressed' original ones, and the importance of using good quality media at the slowest possible burn speed. No idea now where i read it, but the essence was if it's sloppily burnt [i.e. too fast] it might work but also will maybe 'skip' like a worn out 45. Gotta be old to understand that comparison.
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    Thanks for the maps.
    Worked in Mazda CX9 GT. Had to turn the ignition on and off a couple of times.
    Burned with Toast titanium on mac with no issues.

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    Default Faster link for C2 V19

    Quote Originally Posted by Arnold Loa View Post
    Here is a link to a torrent of C2 V19 for later model Subaru, Mitsubushi & Mazda
    All good on MY10 CJ Lancer Aspire, used both DVD+RW (Verbatim) and DVD-R (Taiyo Yuden) media, burned at the media's lowest speed with ImgBurn.

    It took 3 days to get via the torrent so to save others from having to go through that I've 7-zipped it all down to 1GB and put it on Google Drive.

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    @Siganid
    Thanks for additional dl link. Note added to Post #1 linking back to your post. I'm curious, all previous reports have stated that DVD+R don't work and that was also my experience with one test disc.

    Interesting that you have had success with DVD+RW if that's what you mean, or do do you mean you had to then burn a DVD-R to get a working copy?
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