Question about Pioneer AVIC-N2 Car DVD Player
From one day to the next my navi said that. it was working fine but now every time i enter any address it says route calculation not possible, i reset it i cleaned the navi disc, which is a burned copy. and the gps connection says its fine, any idea what i can do?? or any idea how much pioneer would charge to fix that problem?? Thanks
Lots of burned disc are low quality and files are corrupted. The map is OK because it encoded on the outter layer. But when you try to access navi menu which is encoded on the second layer then it won't work. Buy older original discs, even severely scratch they still retains the file and works fine. Let me know if you need help to down grade to older version. Because new oem version can be expensive. Goodluck.
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