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2009 370z sat nav update

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I agree !

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Hi Guys,

So I downloaded the v20 maps from a site, burnt it to disc successfully and loaded it into the DVD player and got it all to work. Only problem is I cannot set a destination! :unsure:

When I try and click into "Change Area", the button acknowledges it but it won't go into the actually part of that menu. Could anyone help? Possible solution to put the v19 maps in instead and try that??

Dan

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Use an DVD - R if + R doesnt work

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Guys, I have the v20 maps working on DVD, I threw up a post. 

 

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