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Old 10th October 2002, 07:08   #31
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OK, here it is!!!!

I hope I'm the 1st to give the link!

ftp://216.52.23.16/pub/nav200.zip

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Old 10th October 2002, 07:13   #32
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Thanks to both Cybertronic and Chris for bringing this to us folks!
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Old 10th October 2002, 10:08   #33
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Thanks to both Cybertronic and Chris for bringing this to us folks!
Thanks indeed.


I've noticed no change visual or speed so far...
Anyone see any change or is it just me. I did not find any cons to the update as well.

Also I saw a comment about older units wont benefit however all the Nav OS release includes three different images in the Release CDs...

i.e. if someone had a MK I then they would get some update but different than the update for MK II's and MK III's.
Of course for M5's there would only be MK II's and III's in the unit since MK I was for E39's in 1996~1998 from 1998~2000 would be MK II and 2000~current are MK III's


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Old 10th October 2002, 10:23   #34
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Any damage to MK III systems?

Any damage to MK III systems?
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Speaking of which, Sang??? Eric??? Let's get this stuff public guys!
Hehe I wish I had that much webspace.. I only have 50MB. I thought sang was suppose to host it form a friends space and post it, he never got back to me.

But Cool! Cybertronic!!! Thanks a bunch!!!
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Old 10th October 2002, 13:07   #36
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...I wish I had that much webspace.. I only have 50MB.
For those wondering... the V20 image is 115MBytes large!


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Old 10th October 2002, 14:22   #37
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IS there a successful install yet????


If so, lets hear some feedback.....
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IS there a successful install yet????


If so, lets hear some feedback.....
I just updated to V20 a few moments ago. I spent about 10 minutes testing it. The address input does seem to be a little faster. But it may just be a placebo effect. I probably should have done a few baseline tests, but was too eager to upgrade.

Didn't notice any feature changes. Upgrade proceeded just like past upgrades except there was a message during the progreee bar which said something like "not necessary to load new languages."

NAV TV still works.

Version now says 3/1-60.
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I heard some people mention that it needs to be burned at 1X speed. Was that the case, or did it not matter?
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I heard some people mention that it needs to be burned at 1X speed. Was that the case, or did it not matter?
I burned the previous version at 4 or 8 speed and it worked just fine
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