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It probably needs to be reset. You should be able to perform a reset on it by removing any disc from it, then hold the eject button down for about half a minute, then (with no disk in it) power it off & back on. At this point, you should be able to enjoy using it, again.
So far you cannot. The only way for it to work is to burn the map file onto a DVD DL disk. But the Avic D3 cannot read those disks. Currently Im trying to burn the map file along with music files to see if it an all work at once (cutting out the need to switch disks). So far, no dice. Ill post up the process once I get it to work
I had the same problem when purchasing mine open box from CircuitCity. But this is how you do it. Pass it on.
While the unit is turned on, press and hold "MENU" and "Back (Track Left)" buttons simultaneously. Next, push and release reset button. Continue to hold "MENU" and "Back (track left)" until the unit reboots.
Check your EQ setting for each source, sometime on certain unit each source can have it own setting. May be try to reset it by disconnect the battery and reconnect. If you still have a remained warranty, contact Pioneer and send it in for service. Hope that would help.
Try resetting the unit while holding down the eject button, or be sure to press the eject button several times during the boot up sequence. It may just be stuck in the unit and it may have to be serviced.