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were to get a upto date rns-d satnav cd??

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by S3SYD, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. S3SYD

    S3SYD Member

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    hello eveyone :thumbsup:

    as tittle!! were can i get a upto date audi rns-d satnav cd :busted_cop: for my audi s3 2002 :superman:??

    or has anyone got a copy they can sort out!!!:arco:

    :s3addict:
     
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  3. Rick_RS4

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    supposidly copies put more strain and ware on the laser, so buy the real deal, ebay is best bet
     
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    been looking mate on ebay but all are for rns-e models!! :(

    :arco:
     
  5. kite

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    try Teleatlas.
     
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    Seriously doubt that, in general a CD-R will be fine but a CD-RW will be harder for the laser to read and can eventually knacker it out.

    edit: Not condoning using a copy, just saying.
     
  7. S3SYD

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    prt whats a cd-r and a cd-rw mean mate?
     
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    Its true actually fella, the media brand/type seems to cause issues on rns-e lasers mate, numerous people changed there's due to using copied maps using poor media.
     
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    so you recomend using genuine cds!
    and do teleatlas do the real deal?
     
  10. ptr

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    Fair play, I stand corrected :yes:

    My only advice then is if you have to resort to a copy, use the best brand of CD-R you can get, Verbatim or similar.
     

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