Ignore virus scan message, click "Download Anyway". Extract with 7Zip or WinRAR and burn onto DVD at 2x.
Tested and working on MY2010 Lancer. Includes Go Between Bridge, Clem Jones Tunnel in Brisbane and Houghton Hwy duplication.
Also works as a system startup disk if your MMCS memory gets wiped and you got a black "Insert Map DVD" screen.
I've just looked through the files using PeaZip and some of the file creation dates look quite old, some dating back to 2005, just wondering if you know why it's like this and whether you had any issues so far. Previous versions like version 17 have all had the same creation date for all files which was 2011-01-10. I guess the largest file ALLDATA.KWI has the date 2011-08-02 which looks like it's been updated since version 17 but LOADING.KWI (second largest file) shows a date of 2010-11-29 and has a size of 31,338,496 bytes which is significantly smaller than the 95,086,592 bytes in the version 17 file. I'm not sure what this file does but given the size is only a third of the previous version I just wanted to see if you knew why this would be the case?
...I just wanted to see if you knew why this would be the case?..
Sorry for the late reply, I havent checked the GPS forums for ages. In short, no, I have no idea why file dates and sizes vary as you discovered and to be honest I don't put much importance on file attributes generally when I'm using 'free' stuff. It can get re-set when copied from DVD to PC. All I did was check the official list of new data for version 18 on the WhereIs website, for SE Qld (my area of interest) and when I found all the new data on this DVD, I was satisfied that it truly was a copy of Version 18. Plus I manually wiped the memory in the MMCS, got the black screen saying "insert system disc" and was pleasantly surprised when the system recognised my re-writable DVD as a system startup disk and it re-booted. Also, version 18 is getting very old, you'd probably be better of waiting for version 19, if it isn't already available.