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    I suspect the problem is with the utility you're using. The website for TSoft Ltd no longer exists and anyway the software is nearly 8 years old and hasn't been updated. I had to search to find a live dl link as most just lead back to the dead official site:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    I suspect the problem is with the utility you're using. The website for TSoft Ltd no longer exists and anyway the software is nearly 8 years old and hasn't been updated.
    OOPS! I didn't realise it was that old.

    Here's the link to MD5 Checker if you want a standalone for MD5 checks rather than the Hash Tab shell extension:
    It's all good, I have that one already and posted a screenshot of the results in my previous post. I have a DVD +R DL here to test the burn on so will give it a go and report back.

    ETA: Tried it this afternoon using ImgBurn 2.5.8.0 and Terry Dactil's instructions from post #11 and your input from post #21 (as in adjusting the layer change boundary for the DL disc). I used a DVD +R DL disc at 4x write speed. So far so good, disc is reporting as V20.9 and maps seem to work. Will have to test when driving but it all looks OK so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    O ye of little faith!

    I can only re-quote Terry from post #11:

    Because i don't have access to a C1 unit to test the finished operation I dunno for sure although have no reason to doubt what he's said about it working. You can try other programs, but ImgBurn's free to dl and works as good as Nero for me and you could probably use Alcohol 120, PowerDVD or any good burning sw. Certainly this full V20 C1 burns x8 to a DVD+R DL using ImgBurn V2.5.8.0 successfully after correcting the layer break as stated above to 1,261,456 from the ISO's 1,261,441 in 'User Specified' [found under Tools>Settings>Write>Option>Layer Break]. Now looking for a toyota victim to try it out .......

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    PS: Noticed you've edited. I'd also be prepared to burn it to a single layer DVD-R with LOADING.KWI removed when i have a way to test in a CI unit. Thanks for the link to PowerISO in your edit.
    YES this work on Toyota, as I just tested it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prazstar View Post
    I actually downloaded the .iso Whereis v20 Toyota Australia NZ 2014 torrent file which is available atm with limited seeds, anyway after download I burnt the .iso onto a TDK DVD+R dual layer disc using CDBurnerXP (4x burning speed)
    I did the same, after finding the torrent file - I burnt the .iso onto a Veratim DVD+R DL disc using CDBurnerXP at (6x burning speed).

    Put it in the drive, had to 're-load' itself and then worked fine - found addresses not shown in the V15 I had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfiogigio View Post
    Toyota-Lexus WhereIs v20 AU-NZ 2014

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    Removed LOADING.KWI, burned to DVD+R SL at 4x (slowest possible speed), works in 2010 Lexus. Thanks to all for links and hints that got me there.

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    This worked for me too in a 2011 Lexus CT200h.

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    Removed LOADING.KWI, burned to DVD+R SL at 4x (slowest possible speed), works in 2010 Lexus. Thanks to all for links and hints that got me there.

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    hi has anyone got a live or seed box file for this a s they all seem to be dead but the op is 1 every 3 hours..

    edit sorry i just checked my torrent program setting was all wrong dling now ty
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    Hey guys, just stumbled upon this thread googling my issue. I've got a Prius v (the wagon) that doesn't have a map DVD slot but does have a USB port. What I've done so far is to burned the ISO from the torrent using my Mac on a DVD+R DL disc and whilst it works perfectly on the car with the Map DVD slot, but copying the entire files over to the USB doesn't seem to work and nor does sticking the map DVD into the only CD/DVD slot. Anyone have any ideas on how one can update the map on the Prius v? Thanks!

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    G'day Plut0,
    Welcome to GPSPower.

    Do you have a late model prius? If so maybe the problem is that from 2012> the prius not only has an entirely different system but also that it seems Whereis doesn't supply the AU map updates anyway for those late model prius, only for the 2002 year model up to 2011 using the Denso DVD units.
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