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Old 05-01-2014, 06:37 AM
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Nav System Confusion

Hi Guys,
I have recently purchased a 2003 E53 X5 and I have been searching through this forum for information on a) what type of navigation system I have and b) how I can upgrade the maps from the original 2003-2 DVD that came with the vehicle.
Through this forum I have been able to confirm that I have a DVD based MK4 system running V32 firmware and by providing my local BMW dealer my VIN number they have confirmed it is the "Professional" version.
To try and get hold of a more up to date set of maps and the ability to input full UK postcodes I have tried a number of map ISO's on the internet but none have been read by my nav system. I have tried DL DVD's where required and followed all the instructions for burning at slowest speed etc but withouit success. It could be that I have downloaded the wrong maps for my system. Does anyone know where I can find the correct map data for a MK4 professional system please?
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