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Thread: problem to load POI in centafuse

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2007

    problem to load POI in centafuse

    hello… I am using centrafuse with navigator DESTINATOR, have found a POI for destinator and that is in format .dat and .bmp , but inserting them in the folder of the Italy map , they do not come recognized from the program, and in fact it does not load them, the file that I see in the folder of the Italy map of destinator begin all with: WCE, and I find WCE_A.MAP, WCE_A.COV, WCE_A.TAB, WCE_A.TRL, WCE_A.POI, WCE_A.TMC, WCE_A.DAT, WCE_b1.dat, WCE_B2.dat…
    that conversion I must make? how I can load POI in the software destinator?
    thanks....<br /><br />

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    Dec 2003
    If you look into the directory that centrafuse creates you will find a directory with a name UserData inside that there is another directory name Favorites. Place your POI data in that directory and not in your map folder.
    The road is long but we are getting there.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    thanks for answer...I have inserted the new POI in the folder advised from TOLISN, but after to have open the program, I find only the old , and the new POI not inserted...
    I have noticed that in this folder there are many file .bmp and one only .dat, name “my favorite” file .dat are many and distinguished for categories...

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