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Old 07-11-2006, 04:00 PM
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Need some help with the MK4

Hi guys,
I'm new here, and I must say it's quite an amazing forum!
The knowledge on this forum is HUGE

Well now, I've read quite a few topics which deal with the MK4 but I still don't understand everything .

I just bought an MK4 via the bay to install in my 2003 Range Rover, which has pretty much the same audio and nav installation as the X5.
What I now want is enabling the Dutch language as I am Dutch .
I would like to have all menus in Dutch and have my navigation speaking to me in Dutch, I would too like to have a Land Rover startup logo, as I don't have a BMW. I've pm'ed some Dutch guys on the forum, but they don't react.

It would be great if you guys could help me!

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Ahh A fellow RR driver :P I have a 2006 Supercharged which lives in the shop and leaks oil, have you had any issues with yours?
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Old 07-11-2006, 05:42 PM
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Haven't got any major problems so far!
Got about 100.000 miles on it now and only had very small issues, I love the car!
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Read through this post for how to modify the language - http://www.xoutpost.com/navigation-sy...languages.html

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I too have a Range Rover in the stable! - 28,000 miles and no problems. A first rate car - with 90% bmw parts!!!

I too have changed to a MK4 computer and it is a real success The only thing missing is the offroad navigation. Why this was never offered to X5 owners is beyond me - are BMW saying that X5 owners don't go off road? Maybe it is in the software and just needs activating like perspective was in V26. May be I should start a new thread.....

Using the knowlege on here I have ammended the colour schem and got a LR Logo. Looks cool.

RRD if you need a copy maybe I can post it on here.
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Old 07-12-2006, 05:47 AM
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Read through this post for how to modify the language - http://www.xoutpost.com/navigation-sy...languages.html

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I did read that topic! But I'm still not quite there yet, don't understand everything
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I too have a Range Rover in the stable! - 28,000 miles and no problems. A first rate car - with 90% bmw parts!!!

I too have changed to a MK4 computer and it is a real success The only thing missing is the offroad navigation. Why this was never offered to X5 owners is beyond me - are BMW saying that X5 owners don't go off road? Maybe it is in the software and just needs activating like perspective was in V26. May be I should start a new thread.....

Using the knowlege on here I have ammended the colour schem and got a LR Logo. Looks cool.

RRD if you need a copy maybe I can post it on here.
Hi Dinger!
I think we've met on the RR.net forums?
I'm trying to get a version with Dutch software first, Dinger, but thanks any way!
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RRD,

No problem, keep in touch.

We need to push the Off Road Navigation issue - there must be some way of activating it or taking it across from the RR software.
I want...I want..............
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