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    Bit of a late post but ive got another one of these fohen & hirch mv43 and im looking to install tomtom maps on it. I was using the satnav last week and it took us some random road no where near our destination. Ive been looking for info on whats the latest maps on gpsunderground but cant find anything to do with fohen & hirch sat navs. Anyone got any links for guids & downloads on how to install the maps on this satnav and also some download links for mats, torrent or nzb.

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    Here's a link you requested m8. should be plenty there.

    Failing that here's a nzb of the latest tomtom Uk & Ireland maps that I can find but they're 542 days old (V860 I believe)

    Surely there must be newer maps than that? Its below if you want to try it. How you get it on the satnav, I haven't a Dan Doo m8.
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    Cheers for that m8. I will give this a go when i find a guide

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    Cheers m8, appreicate that.

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    Nice one wiz, thought there would be newer.
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    Found this guide so gona try later

    Right, got it working without too much difficulty....very similar to the Navigo later versions really.

    In Summary :
    1. Hook up to Windows 7 PC using mini-usb
    2. Use the file browser to look at the internal memory "residentflash".
    3. Cut the 2 folders in there and paste to somewhere you want to back them up to....or just delete them.
    4. Copy over the TT7 program folder and map folder. I used TomTom 7.910.9185 and United_Kingdom_and_Republic_of_Ireland_845.2666.
    5. Start the device and try and run TT7, wait for error then switch off, and back on again.
    6. Hook up to PC and open the new BIF file from ResidentFlash.
    7. Grab the device code.
    8. The Muppetproof Keygen doesnt work on this device so I used the V8 Keygen, following its instructions.
    9. Once V8 has run, copy over the meta file to the TT7 Maps folder.
    10. Set TT GPS to "Other NMEA GPS Receiver", "9600 Baud", "EDOG COM port"....at least thats the settings I used, maybe the baud rate can be tweaked, I dont know just yet.

    Job Done.

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