I dont remember but somewhere on this forum or clublexus of. I read that someone used it without any issues, the problem to figure which version of the eclipse software goes with the corresponding toyota OEM nav in that car but since there are only 2 versions, it wont be hard to figure out.
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I currently own a 2005 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited AWD. The Navigation software is original...thus never been updated. I was told by Toyota that the latest version is this 9.1 thats posted on the torrent site. I downloaded it, and used Imgburn software as well (using Verbatium 8.5 GB DVD) to burn it on a DVD. Using the Imgburn's Write feature, I had it read the .mds file that was downloaded first. Then the Imgburn just started to burn the files onto the DVD.
When I load this DVD on the Sienna's MAP reader, the screen gives me a map disc error. What am I doing wrong? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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