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Old 12-08-2006, 07:08 AM
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priyankacrasta, No I'm not 100% sure (i have an e46, I'm sure about that), if you are correct (& i don't doubt you are) then I don't know why you cant see the modded pois, although I did read (on another forum) that some one else had a similar problem with the postcode search feature.

Maybe the 7series nav is a hybrid of the both the high (map disc & os) and the pro (idrive) and somethings don't work as they should.
From another forum I see some older news.

The BMW Professional DVD Old Part# 65 90 0 398 540 New Part# 65 90 0 404 347 is the 2005-2 NAV DVD (CCC Edition) and 2006-2 NAV DVD (CCC Edition) For the following vehicels

E60
E61
E63
E64
E90
E91

The BMW High DVD Old Part# 65 90 0 398 542 New Part# 65 90 0 404 346 is the (2005-2DVD(I-BUS/E65)) and (2006-2DVD(I-BUS/E65)) for the following vehicels

E46
E52
E53
E65
E66
E83
E85
PLUS any E38 or E39 that was upgraded to the Ibus MKIV nav computer
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Old 12-08-2006, 07:18 AM
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Don't know then, It should work...
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I've got this map disc and I've done all the required modifications.

However, when I come to burn the image to a DVD-R it says that the image file is too big for the disc. What am I doing wrong?
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Old 01-30-2007, 09:24 AM
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Something has gone wrong somewhere...my modded iso image file is only 4.31GB. I has over 300 MB of space left.

What size in the finished ISO file?
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Well, if i right click on the umodded ISO file it's shown as 4.40 GB (4,732,682,240 bytes) in the Properties box.

The modded ISO is 4.41 GB (4,741,025,792 bytes).

I've deleted the ITA and SPA directories from the Net... directory - I'm assuming these are just language and won't be needed. Now I can succesfully burn the image to the disc, but it just brings up an error message on the Nav display, "Incorrect CD/DVD inserted" or words to that effect.
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Old 01-30-2007, 12:31 PM
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Mine says,

Modded = 4.31 GB (4,638,380,032 bytes),
Unmodded = 4.31 GB (4,635,820,032 bytes)

4.41 should go on a disc with no problem.

Don't delete any of the lang dirs, delete files out of the IMAGES/1 and IMAGES/2 dir.

But I'm not sure why you need to do this, the iso image is small enough to go on one disc.

Did you just put the files in the zip file or have you added your own extra POI'S?
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Old 01-30-2007, 01:37 PM
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No, just the one set of POIs; speed cameras.

I'll start again and get rid of those IMAGE things.
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In my views you should not need to delete any files/directories. The new ISO image should fit into a DVD just as the original image did. It would seem the original DVD file structure is somehow more compact than the structure resulting from compilation by some burning software.

Follow these guidelines to ensure you are not modifying the original DVD file structure any more than you need.

What not to do:
- Do not copy the original DVD file and directory structure to your hard disc.
- Do not insert new/modified files into this structure.
- Do not compile and burn this structure to DVD.
- Do not compile and build a fresh ISO image from this structure.

What to do instead:
- Take the original DVD from BMW and save an ISO image of it into your hard disk.
- Use MagicISO to open the ISO image thus created.
- Use MagicISO to insert/replace new or modified files into this ISO image. Do not mess with other files or directories in the image.
- Save the resulting modified ISO image.
- Burn this modified ISO image to DVD.

I hope it works for you. I went through the same problems and it did for me.
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