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That is a Pioneer error saying that it can't read the disc. It could be bad discs or a dirty, scratched or misadjusted head or lens. I hope it's bad discs for your sake. Repairing and adjusting the unit could cost more than $100. Not really worth it for such an old unit. If you know the discs are good, you can try a CD lens cleaning disc available at stores like Walmart (dvd dr lens cleaner, Model#: 7010500, $14.88). Hope this helps!
The player doesn't like the brand of CDR your playing. Try using just a CD burner instead of a combo CD/DVD burner. Also use Verbatim Pastel brand, because the player recognizes these discs easier. Also, it wouldn't hurt for you to run a commercial disc laser cleaner through this thing to clean the optical lens. Burn music using Nero software because its easy and the best.
I have had quite a few problems with copied discs not reading and it is usually the disc's but however in your case if you know the discs work on another unit then perhaps a later version of the discs were tested when the unit was repaired and therefore your earlier discs would not be recognised by the unit, and therefore your unit needs to be reset and i'm afraid this is not something you can do yourself, speak to northolt and see if this is the case.
GPS has global coverage.
I see your problem is sourcing the map of Australia because the x1 comes only with Europe maps on CD.
there may be a possibility the S2 maps work on the x1.
Try contacting Pioneer Australia
You could try a lens cleaning CD. It is a CD with tiny little brushes on the bottom of it.
You listen to a guy say bla...bla...bla...We are now cleaning your player. In 45 seconds it's done.
I bought mine at mendard's for less than $20 part of a 2 piece kit which had a lens cleaning CD and a CD scratch cleaner.
Here's one for sale on amazon