Installed Destinator 9 , a small 10 Mb version to an Invion GPS with 64 Mb memory and a 1 GB SD card.
It has Windows CE 5 and I can put the maps only to the SD card.
In "destinator.ini" file I put "MAP=ALASKA" and made folders on the SD card /Destinator/DestinatorApps/ALASKA and copied all the ALASKA map files there.
However, getting message when destinator starts: Map not found !
When I connect to the internal Win CE system,the SD Card is named as SDMMC folder and I can see its folders/files.
Question1: What location Destinator 9 looking for the maps ?
Question2: How can I make destinator to go to the SD card to look for the map? MAP=?????????????/Alaska
Question 3: What is Destinator 9 calling the SD card ? SDMMC or sdcard or storage card or else ???
Thank you for your reply.
So I created on sdcard "/Destinator/Map/Alaska/" and put map files in Alaska folder
Edited destinator.ini file "Map=/sdcard/Destinator/Map/Alaska"
Still, "no map found"
tried also using "SDMMC" instead of "sdcard".....no luck
tried also like this "Map=\sdcard\Destinator\Map\Alaska....no luck
Are you 100% positevely sure that I do not need the "DestinatorApps" folder on the card ?
What else the name of the sdcard could be ? (windows ce5 system)
FWIW....My SD card is recognised as "SDMC Disk". This is on an old Becker running WINCE 4.2.
On the route of the card I have Deutschland and Iberia as (map) folders along with Language, Skin, Voices, Destinator and UserData.
The folder Destinator is empty, but it still works, even without having a separate Maps folder.
As per wowyogi, I didn't have to edit any .in files or anything else as far as I remember.
The file Destinator with configuaration settings when opened up in notepad appears as below (this is just the first few lines).
My guess here is that because it says Map= Deutschland, it doesn't go hunting any where for a map file but goes straight to Deutschland directly on the SD card.
It's just a thought, and I'm happy to be corrected on this.
Protocol 2 is NMEA and 1 is SIRF. I have Sirf III chipset so should I select NMEA or SIRF? I selected NMEA and the signal is kind of weak (not sure if its a hardware issue), wondering if it will work better if I select SIRF?