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    Any way to see the file structure in my WinCE6 sat nav? Nothing shows up when i plug it in the computer. I am trying to see the path so i can run Primo from the SD card but having no joy. \SDMMC\MobileNavigator\MobileNavigator.exe on an ini file does nothing.

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    Again and again ...
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    Not again and again. Once i make a mistake. Sorry for being human and making a mistake.

    Device is a Binatone U605 running NDrive. This is a lot better software than Binatone of old and i would Keep using it but i need West Europe maps and they want my kidney for this. I also have a copy of Primo truck for CE so was thinking i may as well try this but no joy due to the SD card path not working. I did notice the UK and Ireland maps installed in the NDrive is TomTom so if there was a way to put them in i would be just as happy. I also remember reading a while back i could use TT or Here maps in iGo but unsure if that is true. I would also be just as happy scrubbing the ROM and installing Primo direct to device if this is possible also. Whatever is easiest.

    Now starting to think there is something wrong with this unit as i cant seem to do anything with the SD card slot. No SD running software works. NDrive update software will not connect either to try and get in that way. NDrive are being supportive and giving other connection software to try but as yet no joy. One piece of software did say Processor not supported what may be a good sign as i have a 2nd laptop with a different Processor. Unfortunately that is running LInux mint so ill back that up and stick windows back in and try it all again. If no joy its the bin for Binatone.
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    Simple google search showed
    Spoiler: .

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    Do not PM me with questions. That's what a forum is for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    Simple google search showed
    Spoiler: .

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    Yeah seen it thanks and sys text was changed like his but still no joy. Also looks like he is using the older Binatone software im also wondering if the SD card path differs. By this i mean the name SDMMC.

 

 

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