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hi ive started getting problems with my pcm ,i installed the maps and everything runs ok the map moves where it is supposed to but when i enter an adrress it keeps saying install cd ,i have even loaded other country cd `s and reinstalling the correct country to no avail .has anyone got any ideas?

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Is the address you are entering in a different location (map range) from the CD you have loaded in PCM? Here in the US, for long road trips, I need to change CDs on ocassion as I travel out of the CD-map region. I have an '04 Cayenne S, CD-based PCM, and I can't load all the map CDs in the system at once -- you need to keep the CD map of the current region always in the PCM CD-player -- for the region you're in. Then you change CDs as needed. So if you're in Bucharest and enter a Paris address the CD would need to be changed. Hope this makes sense.

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thanks for the reply actually the problem is local adrresses and it doesnt just happen in romania .also if i try to play a cd that was made on computer it rejects it ,is that normal as well,i installed denison 500 because the cd changer gave up the ghost. i have had to buy another gps which sucks.from what i understand it is not easy to upadate to a later pcm because of the bose. why is it the chinese can make a plug and play system but porsche cant be bothered..

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