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    V19 C2 works in a Mazda CX-9. Thanks!!

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    G'day ted81,

    Yes, it's pretty much now absolutely certain all Mazda DVD units use the C2 version. Thanks for reporting and welcome to Noeman.
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    Hey guys, long time no post sorry. Had to replace the starter battery in my 09 Prado today and am happy to report that my C1 v19 disc was all that the GPS needed for a reboot, did not need to insert my original but truly outdated disc again.

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    There have been some other reports too that if you manage to reconnect power quick enough that a Denso/VDO Dayton unit doesn't scream for the original disc. Maybe there is some temporary power supply that will keep the software data alive for a limited time. Certainly when my Liberty had a power down overnight it needed the oem disc.

    Thanks for your report fourby4, much appreciated.
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    Well we only had it disconnected for 5-10 minutes. It threw up something on the screen like "resetting system" with a spinning disc graphic but everything else was like before once that finished. All my radio presets survived as well so perhaps there is some volatile memory there playing a part. Will test it out again when my dual battery system gets installed next week.

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    Yes, it does seem undoubtedly that the essential software is written to volatile memory rather than non-vol. On the face of it that may seem like a stupid thing to do without a reliable backup ps but taking a cynical view it certainly would mean that anyone upgrading maps 'unoffically' without an oem disc as a fallback may eventually have a problem.

    There is also the chance that some units from Denso/VDO Dayton have longer-living vol memory. The Bitsaremissin units are externally similar to some of the Subi units, but that doesn't mean that MMC isn't requiring their units be spec'ed somewhat differently with something more than just an electronic temporary stored back up power which seems to be the case with all Subarus in my circle. My Liberty GT has this crappy basic GPS wrapped inside a top shelf McIntosh which looks entirely different to the usual 'tilt-screen' unit but behaves exactly the same as far as the GPS is concerned.

    Chucking a dual system into the Prado sounds like you might be going to do some serious off-roading maybe. If so, pity nobody's found a way to put a topo on these DVD units.
    Will be interested to hear how you go after an extended power-down.
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    Subaru Whereis Australia Maps V19 (C2)

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    Hey guys, just jumped on the Whereis site and notice that for Toyota Prado up to 2011 it's now up to v20 :
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    Confirm that V19 C2 version works on Mazda CX9 GT 2012 model. Used Imgburn software at 2x speed on a TDK DVDr. In my cas, the "home" button on the "navigate to" page doesn't work anymore. However you can save "home" address under memory points. Also, all the Memory points previously saved on "navigation Page" are not there so you would need to manually add them again. Other than that, it works like a charm. By the way, now waiting for V20 C2 version if someone could kindly upload it. Thanks

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    Hello, I tried both C1 and C2 for my Subaru Forester XT Premium 2008 MY09 but neither of them worked. I burned on DVD-R disc at 4x speed. Any clues?

 

 
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