You wanna do whát with that screwdriver?
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Have tested the files and only par2 have the problem, reupped here is new part2
will update files in all servers
on all other languages - languages of other western european countries is CN T1000-18189 and just West Europe coverage, no East Europe!
Som confusion with their infos...
I paid the 6.99 Euro 5-day fee on FilezPro and downloaded the disc. Beware, the paypal payment is a recurring type, so be sure to cancel it if you don't want to pay every five days.
Disc works fine in my X-type. I had the 2010 version in the car, and this disc did no automatic firmware upgrade. New maps only.
I would guess systems with older firmware versions will experience the automatic upgrade procedure I did when I loaded my 2010 disc.
I just paid €4.99 for 2 days on Netfolder
Does the recurring Paypal payment show up straight away as its not in my list of recurring payees after subscribing a few hours ago, (unless its just Filezpro who do this)??
work without loading LOADING.KWI on ford denso.
Tip if you have problems with the drive reading the disc properly...
My disc was accepted fine but loading was very slow (unusably slow most of the time), if you listened to the drive it sounded like it was really struggling. Odd thing is when I took the disc out and put the old one back in it did the same, but it had always been fine before. Eventually, by chance when playing, I found that the country had been reset to somewhere in the middle of Europe. As soon as I tried to plan a route and changed the country back to my own it started working fine. I can only assume it was trying to read data from 2 very different parts of the disc at the same time and was spending more time flicking backwards and forwards than actually reading.
Working fine on my Jag (disc reads quickly using Verbatim disc and never had a problem with any of them over the years)