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Old 10-21-2011, 01:20 PM
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DVD Road Map 2011 problem

E65 BMW NAV V32 02 Update BMW official dealer.

I Have DVD SL 2010 Road MAP recorded on DVD-R Verbatim, and is running at 100%.
I already did download several versions of 2011 but still could not make it work. Never checked that were recorded in mode 2. I used imgburn without changing settings.
The last version I downloaded was this DVD ENG DVD5 Road Map 2011, recorded on DVD-R Verbatim.
When I insert the DVD in GPS "light illuminates in the CD" but then the system displays the navigation screen "Initializing ..." and nothing else happens until the past few minutes the screen gives a flash and restart in order to appear again "Initializing". What is it?
It consulted the secret menu and my version is 8.4.4 I assume that the last of the V32.
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sotware version: 8.4.4 hex
Date of manufacture: 2003 11 18
Item number: 69 61 859
Some help? DVD badly written? Brand of DVDs?
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Old 10-21-2011, 04:45 PM
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Sounds like the laser has worn mate, does the OEM dvd work (or a CD version of the map disc)??
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Old 10-26-2011, 07:04 PM
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Problem Solved.

Before:
I used Verbatim DVD-R

After:
TDK DVD+R

Before:
I did not select Book Type

After:
I selected Ricoh DVD+RW (my DVD is Matsushita UJ-840D)

I kept:
software Imageburn
Burn speed 1x

The GPS took the DVD immediately.
This case resolved.
I hope that you will be useful.
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:34 AM
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Originally Posted by Dr_Sildenafill View Post
Problem Solved.

Before:
I used Verbatim DVD-R

After:
TDK DVD+R

Before:
I did not select Book Type

After:
I selected Ricoh DVD+RW (my DVD is Matsushita UJ-840D)

I kept:
software Imageburn
Burn speed 1x

The GPS took the DVD immediately.
This case resolved.
I hope that you will be useful.
Dear doctor Viagra, you have topay attention ato brand and type of dvd support and keep in mind that not all dvd are readable by your machine because of the fimware itself
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Old 11-09-2011, 07:42 PM
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Yep
I agree with you.
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