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Thread: Nanocom Evo .map issue

  1. #11
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    So just an update on this thread...


    *AULRO member and a customer of mine lent me his stack of sd cards to play with. (Gavin Wibrow)
    *32mb card worked perfectly, downloaded .map file from D2 and sent it off to Alive Tuning with all my info.
    *They sent back a .tun file to the specs based on the info I supplied, uploaded it, runs great (actually awesome).


    *Going to test other sized cards as I have some 2GB ones.
    *Doesnt look like the Nanocom likes the 8GB OR the brand from Jaycar.
    *I had thought the 8GB issue had been resolved, I'd ask in the BBS support, but bluntly thats pretty useless.
    Regards
    Daz


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    Interesting. Thanks Darren.

    From sad experience I only use brand name SD cards these days like Sandisk. The memory chip quality is better, particularly in the faster ranges.

    cheers

    Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rok_Dr View Post
    Interesting. Thanks Darren.

    From sad experience I only use brand name SD cards these days like Sandisk. The memory chip quality is better, particularly in the faster ranges.

    cheers

    Steve
    2 of the ones I lent Darren were the ones that came supplied with my latter 2 Nanocoms (I think Scandisk, and maybe even Nanocom branded?) so would be sad if they didn't work, as I've never had occasion to use either of them.

    Yes I have a Nanocom fitted permanently in each car (cheap instrumentation/insurance in my view), and also had to replace one which was stolen whilst the RRC was away for a headlining replacement.
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    My .tune says that's it's the wrong manor ID, can I upload it with the map function of Nanocom?

    Thanks

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    Just a couple of qestions.
    Did the OP reformat the sd cards using the Nanocom program on their website before trying the download?

    If not that could be the problem.

    Did the voltage drop during the download?

    Regards Philip A

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    Which folder of the SD card do you put it into? The BBS or SLBs or whatever it's called?

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