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    Still not working, I have now tried from my Mac using two different discs. Would anyone that has managed to burn this successfully be willing to burn me a copy if I send you some discs? Would be much appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by abevemi View Post
    Still not working, I have now tried from my Mac using two different discs. Would anyone that has managed to burn this successfully be willing to burn me a copy if I send you some discs? Would be much appreciated
    Hey abevemi, I'll give you a quick rundown of the the steps and see if you're doing anything wrong. I noticed you said you're using DL TDK discs, which haven't worked for me. I used a TDK SL disc and here's what I did.

    1) Download and save the ISO
    2) Open the ISO file with software such as PowerISO. The unregistered version works fine for me, even though it says there's a limitation. Here's the official download link [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    3) Navigate to the IDX folder and delete any unwanted Points of Interest Data.

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    For those who don't want to use DL DVD's, you can delete the POI data files below that you don't need in order to free up the space. You need to remove ~80MB to fit on a SL DVD, in my case I removed both NZ files and all is good. This way you can leave LOADING.KWI, and unless you car travel's across the pond you'll never notice.

    Australia
    IDX\POISR001.IDX - WA - 148MB
    IDX\POISR002.IDX - NT - 15MB
    IDX\POISR003.IDX - SA - 111MB
    IDX\POISR004.IDX - QLD - 274MB
    IDX\POISR005.IDX - NSW/ACT - 522MB
    IDX\POISR006.IDX - VIC - 395MB
    IDX\POISR007.IDX - TAS - 39MB

    New Zealand
    IDX\POISR008.IDX - NORTH ISLAND - 215MB
    IDX\POISR009.IDX - SOUTH ISLAND - 81MB
    I deleted all the NZ POI data

    4) Save the image in a different location from where you downloaded it. (Click "save as" in PowerISO and save to a destination of your choice)
    5) Open IMGBURN. Select "write image file to disc" and select your saved ISO
    6) In IMGBURN, click on Tools>Settings>Write>Options . Under layer break, click on "User specified" and set layer break to 1261456. Press OK
    7) Insert your blank disc. You''ll notice on the right hand side, IMGBURN tells you the supported write speeds of the disc.
    8) Select the lowest possible write speed and burn away!

    You can use a DL disc if you like, just follow step 5 onwards.

    Another thing you should do before you burn another disc, is check the MD5 checksum of your original downloaded file. Files can get damaged during download. Download this software [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Compare your file's MD5 checksum with this

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    For 464210.2310.ISO it's 1C0D759F2F1C719481275EC1902BE4FA. For the MDS file it's DF124FFADBD7B1E71890697070BD68E7.
    Good luck!
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    Hi everyone, just thought I'd share my experience with upgrading the Whereis V19 DVD to V20 on my Toyota Presara 2007. I'm happy to advise that after wasting 6 DVD+R DL and about 4 DVD-R, it has finally worked for me. I'd be happy to help anyone because this forum has been of great assistance to me to try the different all the different methods until it worked for me. These are the steps I took, with thanks to 'zoominguy' and everyone else with their advice.

    I used DVD-R discs for burning this program

    1) Download and save the ISO
    2) Open the ISO file with software such as PowerISO.
    3) Navigate to the IDX folder and delete any unwanted Points of Interest Data.
    4)I deleted all the NZ POI data (it is unlikely I will be driving from Perth to NZ anytime soon)
    5) I used PowerISO to burn the disc as well. I made sure the following options were also selected in 'Options-Configurations-File Systems'
    - UDF
    - Allow lower case

    Once burnt and verified, the new disc worked seemeslessly.

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    Had a go trying to burn one of these a while back using a single layer disc, but without success.
    Have just got around to installing a Bluray burner in my PC which incidentally is an Ubuntu box. Any recommendations for brand and type of DL disc to use?

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    Brand is not as important as disc quality, burner type and burning speed. Any good quality Verbatim, TDK, Imation etc will work provided you use DVD+RL. If one burner isn't successful use a friend's. Not sure about using Ubuntu OS, seemingly Mac is dicey with burning these disc going by earlier report. I'd suggest use a Win PC running any OS from XP onwards using lowest possible burn speed, if possible 2x.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    use DVD+RL.
    I take it you mean DVD+R DL?

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    Yep, lol. A typo sorry. Goddam D key is too close to the R key. Not to mention i'm half-blind [the other half is a bit stupid 'cos that excuse doesn't even make sense ].
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    Would like to upgrade maps on my 2012 IS250 to V20. Before I go ahead I was concerned to hear about the 'Consult Dealer' error, when the car's battery is disconnected for extended period of time.
    I am planning to use the 'Whereis V20' torrent to get the update. If I go ahead an burn this on a Dual Layer disc without removing any files, can anyone confirm this would avoid the above error, as the necessary firmware files are on the disc?

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    G'day cobester, welcome to GPS Power.

    Going by some earlier posts in this thread, it seems [although anecdotal] that this is indeed an OEM disc with full software on it. Provided you don't remove the LOADING.KWI file before burning a disc there should be no problem with a power-down because the system will search the disc and reload the full software from it, if present.

    Even in the unlikely event this is only an update disc, provided LOADING.KWI is present, after re-powering after an extended power-down the disc will be ejected automatically and an on-screen message will ask for an OEM disc to be inserted. If you then have any older C1 OEM disc [such as the one supplied with the vehicle originally] you can insert that which will write the software back to volatile memory, following that and after successful boot-up just eject it and then insert this later disc.
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    Thanks Neil for the clarification . Will give it a go.


    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    G'day cobester, welcome to GPS Power.

    Going by some earlier posts in this thread, it seems [although anecdotal] that this is indeed an OEM disc with full software on it. Provided you don't remove the LOADING.KWI file before burning a disc there should be no problem with a power-down because the system will search the disc and reload the full software from it, if present.

    Even in the unlikely event this is only an update disc, provided LOADING.KWI is present, after re-powering after an extended power-down the disc will be ejected automatically and an on-screen message will ask for an OEM disc to be inserted. If you then have any older C1 OEM disc [such as the one supplied with the vehicle originally] you can insert that which will write the software back to volatile memory, following that and after successful boot-up just eject it and then insert this later disc.

 

 
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