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neems25
06-26-2007, 09:37 PM
Does anyone know where to get a copy of the 2007 nav dvd online? Or better yet does anyone have an extra copy in the dallas area?

10MPG
06-26-2007, 11:38 PM
there was a post quite a while back with the updates posted on the forum by Eddie Man - just do a search for it

TWiST
06-26-2007, 11:48 PM
u can do a search bro on isohunt.com for it I saw it on there last night, I dunno if ur familar with torrents but its on there, if you need any help PM me cause im sure someone here will start talking smack for me even saying this.

CaRJoE0220
06-27-2007, 12:25 AM
torrent isnt the hard part. its the dual layer DVD along with dual layer burner that would be tough

TWiST
06-27-2007, 01:23 AM
I got my pioneer duel layer burner at frys for 35 dollars its the a011 er something and u can get dl discs for not too much just for like 3 or 10 there more expenseive then normal ones but not too much, I just made a copy of my buddies aftermarket pioneer nav unit he got so he can keep his original discs safe. I could download it and burn it for u if you really really need me to and like mail it to u ur something, but ide rather not [rolleyes]

I dont have NAV in my audi so I havent bothered getting it yet.

SteveMondragon
06-27-2007, 01:58 PM
torrent isnt the hard part. its the dual layer DVD along with dual layer burner that would be tough


Not tough, but expensive since dual-layer discs are around a couple of bucks a piece (when purchased in bulk). If you just buy them in a very small pack, they're like $7 each. Any burner will burn a dual-layer disc, but it's the program that determines whether it can burn to the disc or not. I used Nero Express 6 when I did mine and my friend's discs and it worked out fine.

I posted a while back but when you download the raw files, it's around 3.5 GB in size and unzipped and burned it's around 5.79 GB in size.

German Driver
06-27-2007, 02:58 PM
Send me a PM if you get into a bind.

neems25
06-27-2007, 08:18 PM
ok i found the torrent file and have started the download. I also have nero 7 that came with my pioneer burner. Is there a special way to burn it. In other words, do certain settings have to be activated/deactivated?

PROXUS
06-29-2007, 12:51 AM
Just to let you know, there is new version already - 2007.2 ver 4A
Released this month.

step02
06-29-2007, 02:56 AM
Any burner will burn a dual-layer disc, but it's the program that determines whether it can burn to the disc or not. I used Nero Express 6 when I did mine and my friend's discs and it worked out fine.


You need a dual-layer capable drive to burn a dual layer disc. Not all burners can burn a dual layer disc.