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    I downloaded from one drive and its like 11gb in total I only need the U39 which ones are for the U39

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    Prob be the files starting with u39? [just a punt tho' ]

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    I have downloaded the 8 - U39 files from OneDrive for my 2009 Highlander Hybrid and when I burned the ISO and try to use it in the Head Unit I get the following error message: Unable To Read Data. Check if map DVD is Correct. I am using a Mac and burning the ISO with the built in Disk Utility, Memorex Dual Layer DVD+R. Any suggestions or hints? I have burned three disks so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastorman View Post
    I have downloaded the 8 - U39 files from OneDrive for my 2009 Highlander Hybrid and when I burned the ISO and try to use it in the Head Unit I get the following error message: Unable To Read Data. Check if map DVD is Correct. I am using a Mac and burning the ISO with the built in Disk Utility, Memorex Dual Layer DVD-R. Any suggestions or hints? I have burned three disks so far.
    Same problem here in a 05 RX330. Burned the disk using IMG Burn and made sure the book type was dvd-rom. Not sure what else to do.

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    Guys, various messages such as 'unable to read data ....' or 'not a map data disk' or 'insert map disk' showed repeatedly mean one thing only and that is the burn is at fault. The original disk is factory 'pressed', in other words it's a clone of the master in much the same way a movie dvd or music cd is an exact copy of the original. The movie and music files are not so 'sensitive' to problems experienced with this type of data disks when they are copied in a burner onto writable or re-writable media. The faster you burn and the poorer the quality of the media the more likely you'll have problems. Try a different burner with better quality media at the slowest possible burn speed and use a PC if possible rather than a Mac. All burners are certainly not created equal, nor are blank media. From [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]:
    Quote Originally Posted by mickfries View Post
    hello, has anyone had this disk work, I tried and it didn't like it, said no map data??????
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    Burning correctly is crucial with these nav dvd discs. Use only a single layer DVD-R burnt at no more than 4x [pref. 2x] speed, 6x at maximum. I use ImgBurn [downloadable freeware], and Nero Express Portable also works fine if you have it. Sometimes even done at 2x on DVD-R, the new map disc is not recognised by the unit first try, eject it and try again before reburning. It maybe will be accepted on 2nd or 3rd insertion.

    Additional Info: IMPORTANT - Do not discard or give away the original disc supplied with your vehicle when new. It contains essential software that is not included in later map update discs. Map updated discs such as this version may contain some small 'bug-fix' updates only. It seems that the sw on the OEM disc is written to volatile memory. If you have a complete power-down of the unit [such as during a car battery change] volatile memory is lost and must be re-written from the OEM disc, so store it safely. Warning note added to Post #1.

    NOTE: Thanks to Siganid for advising that DVD+RW media will also work. Confirmed using Verbatim & imation DVD+RW media with both Mitsubishi & Subaru C2 units. Not yet confirmed with C1. See Posts 29-32.
    Always eject and re-insert the disk or turn the ignition off and on a couple of times before discarding the disk and reburning, this experience from the same thread:
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    Hi All,
    Newbie to the site. Was looking for an update to the old GPS DVD in a recently bought CX-9. I've since followed the instructions given and burnt the data to the disk. Silly question, but how do I know if it has worked properly? Would the head unit constantly display the "Insert a disk" if it cannot read it? Also is there any way to know what version map you are using by viewing that info on the head unit?
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    If it's displaying that message then yes, it can't see the disc. If the map shows on the screen, then it can see it. Try turning the ignition off and back on or eject and reinsert the disc until it's recognised if you get a message 'insert map disc' or 'disc is not a map disc' or similar. If all else fails, burn the disc again. btw, V20 is now available, see the post above yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redras View Post
    Turning the ignition off and back on again did the trick. V20 map dvd is being read by the headunit Many thanks for providing this data.
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    There are dozens of examples in threads of users reporting similar problem which are then solved by re-burning with different burner/software/media. Just one more:
    Quote Originally Posted by coldvenom View Post
    Hi Neil,
    Im having a little problem.
    Im not sure if its a dvd problem or mmcs problem but occasionally my nav system will freeze up and say 'map disc not inserted' or something to that regard.

    Any idea what i can do to fix this? or is anyone else having this problem.

    thanks.
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    That's probably a copying error. Think of the problem like a damaged video dvd where it will freeze or skip when it hits the scratch. In the case of a map data disc the system will spack when the laser hits corrupt or missing data which in your case must be relatively minor or the disc wouldn't have loaded at all initially. In my circle, 5 of these C2 V20 are in use on Verbatim DVD-R [4 Subi & 1 Mitsi] and none are causing problems. I did burn another, in fact it was the first one burnt, and it was just a test burn done on a crappy cheap MPM branded DVD-R. It loaded on the 3rd attempt but froze in road testing several times on a ~50 km trip. I tossed it. All 6 discs were burnt with ImgBurn in a Samsung BR/DVD burner and it wouldn't accept to burn at less than 6X.

    The original discs are 'pressed' and are literally clones of each other with perfectly identical data, byte for byte. Burnt discs aren't like that and may be imperfect to the extent they are totally unreadable or just throwing minor clitches here and there. This is why it's strongly recommended to use good quality media burnt at the absolute lowest possible speed allowed by both burner and media to obtain the 'least imperfect' copy possible.

    Try another brand disc or a different burner.
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    Neil,

    Thanks for all the links and posts regarding this. I have done this several times with my VW Jetta with no problems on firmware update and map update - two separate installs each time, so I thought I would be able to handle this one no problem.

    I run Windows in Fusion on my Mac and decided to give ImgBurn a try. Burnt the disk with same error message, but the the Aha! is in your post. eject disk, turn off the ignition, insert disk. Leave disk in. Turn off ignition. Turn Ignition back on and Shazam! it works!

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    Good morning, Another question that I am having difficulty finding an answer to. Is there a firmware update for the Toyota Head Units or does the software stay the same throughout the years? I have a E7015 head unit.
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    I can't give an absolute answer for the NA units, but if they have a file on the disk LOADING.KWI then the software is probably updated to the unit's volatile memory from the disk. That's why you should keep your OEM disk because if you lose power to the unit it will drop the unit software [firmware] and an OEM disk will be needed to reload it [assuming that the NA units operate the same as JN/AU/NZ etc units. Some of those map update disks also have minor software updates on them however].
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    Quote Originally Posted by thienmap View Post
    Thank you. I just burn it out and it works perfectly.
    Hii
    You Have burn it with what discs and what software? Sorry my english is bad
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastorman View Post
    Good morning, Another question that I am having difficulty finding an answer to. Is there a firmware update for the Toyota Head Units or does the software stay the same throughout the years? I have a E7015 head unit.
    Thanks
    Sorry to tell you this but you need to either bootcamp or find a PC. I was getting error on my mac too using the built in software.

    I used Imgburn on a pc and burned 4x speed.

 

 
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