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Old 01-30-2009, 11:41 AM
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CCFJ1, Thanks for all your answers, fantastic! What do you mean with
Note: Don't create new disc from scratch, it will not work

E.g. I have already a disc with POI's using the software PimpMyNav, because i don't know how to do add this in the Navigation DVD so the POI's will be visible in the Mini Cooper. Can I use this disc with POI's already? I advice people to use Notepad++ as a hex editor
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Old 01-30-2009, 11:48 AM
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What do you mean with
Note: Don't create new disc from scratch, it will not work
Don't unpack the whole map disc, you only need the DB files.

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E.g. I have already a disc with POI's using the software PimpMyNav, because i don't know how to do add this in the Navigation DVD so the POI's will be visible in the Mini Cooper. Can I use this disc with POI's already?
OK, Make and image of you map disc (I used the 2009-1 Euro HIGH disc, the 2007-2008 VDO cd also works)

Make 2 dirs in the C:\\POISon dir ; 1 called "C:\\POISon\DB" and the other called "C:\\POISon\DB1"

Open the image with UltraIso and drag the 2 DB files (BD_0 and DB_1) into the "C:\\POISon\DB" dir along with all the other files in the top DB dir, see hlighted files in pic



Run the poison.exe and press the forward button, select the map DB in "C:\\POISon\DB" and then open, the forward, then select the import
Select map to modify (if possible, use CD map, not DVD or DVD-DL).
On the edit page click 'Import' button and select file "tomtom.asc" then save modified database in DB1.

Drag and drop the now modified database files back to CD/DVD map image.

Save the map image to something like 2009-2-Sound.iso.
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DB holds the unmodded DB files and the other stuff, open then out put to db1



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Thanks again, I can load the DB dir now. I only had to place the two DB files in a sub dir. Now I want to add POI. I click on Import and than select the *.txt or *.ov2 file but nothing happens. There are no points imported.
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Thanks again, I can load the DB dir now. I only had to place the two DB files in a sub dir. Now I want to add POI. I click on Import and than select the *.txt or *.ov2 file but nothing happens. There are no points imported.
exactly the same happens to me, i tried with many different files (csv, txt, asc)
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Old 01-30-2009, 01:02 PM
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See first post.

You can use: iGO 8 txt, iGo txt, GARMIN csv, destinator asc, mio asc, navigon asc, route 66 csv and tomtom asc files from there.

I used the tt.ov2 then used poiconvertor to make a asc file and then imported that.
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i have used GARMIN's from POIplaza, as mentioned in first post
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and I can't manualy insert any data, it always inserts 28,98793 and 13,52245
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ccfj1: can you verify if this one works?

http://qshare.com/get/808617/benelux...l_all.ov2.html Received a modded file from ccf1, but still no poi's in the list (0 points imported, 0 added). I can add points only manually.

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