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For any one interested I have just successfully updated to version 5.1 sat nan maps,

all I have got to do now is to find some where that was not on it that now is lol.

The firm ware update will be in my possession soon I hope as well which give better functionality to the Columbus.

SNOB

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What CD_xxxx is it? V5 has Q4-2007 maps (same as V4), what maps are on 5.1?

V6 will be out in the next cuppla weeks with Q4-2008 maps on it...

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To be honest I dont know how to check on screen and not looked into the disk too much yet lol

SNOB

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The info is in a file called cdrom.toc & can be opened with Word or Wordpad..

V5 shows:

Volume: CD_6835

db: EU(2007Q4)

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Just checking where you get these discs and what they cost

Also does that now mean you can get full post code functionallity??

When you upgrade do you loose you destination memory??

Regards

Brian

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Just checking where you get these discs and what they cost

About £100 from Skoda, probably cheaper from a VW dealer (well, screenwash is cheaper - so why not maps?! :P).

Some people download them but that's illegal & can't be discussed here... :eek:

Also does that now mean you can get full post code functionallity??

Not on V5 ...who knows with V6, no one has it yet.

When you upgrade do you loose your destination memory??

Nope... I haven't done so far anyway.

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V6 Maps!!!

Stumbled across >>this<< ....great if you understand Dutch :confused:

English translation: clicky :D

V6 maps part number... (apparently): 1T0 059 819 K Western Europe

Edited by Simbo
broken link...doh!

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Anyone had the V6 maps yet?

VW Navi are showing "supposedly" Skoda Part No.s v6 Maps from Skoda - VWnavi.com

Our Local Dear has V5 in stock and says that the V6 Part No.s aren't valid. They also say that there is nothing suggesting there will be a Skoda V6 in the near future!

Also just spoken to VW dealers and they say the VW part no. doesn't exist either! They say that "v5 is this years disk!"

Will there be any issue in using the VW disk instead if it does toun out to be available?

Edited by uncle bulgaria

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Got my V6 maps today from a dealer in Dublin Ireland, On the install make sure to select “save database” option otherwise rns510 will want disk left in.

It takes about 30 min to install

Could you post the part number?

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1T0 059 819 K Western Europe

Cheers for that.I check with our dealers again this morning, and they still say that number doesn't exist on the UK system yet?!?!?!?!?

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DO NOT INSTALL WHILST DRIVING! tried to save time doing it this way but came up with an error and now It will not install so V5 has been put back on, the same disk installed perfectly on a stationary vehicle!

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Hi guys,

Sorry to drag up an old topic but I just received the new V6 map disc from my dealer and it had a different part number to the one above. The disc I received is part No. AAN 000 067 Europe West (V6).

I hope this may be of some use!

Rob

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There is now a V6.1 disk (disk label CD_7074 for Western Europe).

Very little has changed on the disk, and the map data is still the same as on the V6.0 disk. I'm guessing it was just a small bugfix for the software components.

The VW part number is: 1T0051859M

The changed files are:

cdrom.toc

config\create_cd

db\euz.pca

db\euz.pct

db\zone.cfg

dbal\VERSIONS.CFG

old -> dbal\V005_016\dbal.out

new -> dbal\V005_017\DBAL.OUT

Cheers,

Bagpuss.

hello,

my dealer invite me to see the new SII combi, I try to have a copy of this DVD (and his ref)

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In case people don’t know the V6 map has "lane assist"

My version 5 has Lane assist :thumbup:

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What I would like to clarify is this..

Is this V6 disc an official Skoda item? if it is , what is the part number?

or is it a VW item?

Is this available in the U.K.?

What are the chances of our local Skoda dealer knowing about this version?

Our local VW dealer is not worth bothering about and I would be happier going to my Skoda garage purchase this disc if that is possible.

Thanks, G.K.

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The V3 map disk also support lane assist, its been part of the columbus spec from day one.

I have been running the V6.0 disk for a few weeks now, and guidance seems much improved over earlier versions. The navigation now seems to include more spoken navigation than before.

In earlier versions it would announce bare right soon, but with V6 at the same point it will announce, bare right towards Harlow soon.

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What I would like to clarify is this..

Is this V6 disc an official Skoda item? if it is , what is the part number?

or is it a VW item?

Is this available in the U.K.?

What are the chances of our local Skoda dealer knowing about this version?

Our local VW dealer is not worth bothering about and I would be happier going to my Skoda garage purchase this disc if that is possible.

Thanks, G.K.

As I said in my previous post, I received my V6 disc from a UK dealer, it's part number by the bar code is AAN 000 067, the description on the rear is "Europe West (V6) A2C53389065".

It is in a Skoda box but listed on the back as compatible with RNS 510, RNS 810 and Seat Mediasystem.

I hope this helps answer some questions.

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As I said in my previous post, I received my V6 disc from a UK dealer, it's part number by the bar code is AAN 000 067, the description on the rear is "Europe West (V6) A2C53389065".

It is in a Skoda box but listed on the back as compatible with RNS 510, RNS 810 and Seat Mediasystem.

I hope this helps answer some questions.

Can I just ask how much they charged you for it? I think I have V5, second hand car and no actual disk supplied just what is loaded on the HD.

Thanks

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The disc was supplied with my new car so I wasn't charged for it.

As some here have mentioned before, the dealer didn't mention the disc when I collected the car and it's only after asking him that he told me they were waiting for some stock to arrive and he would send it on. If I hadn't asked I'm not sure if I would have got it.

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UV Worldwide have V6 at £79.00

I purchased my RNS510 from them (fitted by another shop who deal in radios etc. they have a deal) and they let me update to V5 a year later for free.

I just installd it outside the shop and gave the disc back. A bit cheeky I know. :giggle:

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