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    Originally posted by Typhoon747
    It is good for about within a 100' or so. It sometimes thinks you are on the next street over. But that could be a co-pilot software problem, not a GPS problem.

    It works very good as a GPS, it is just not conducive to a clean install.
    i think it's a map issue... because i get it some places all the time and others never... so ... i think their maps need a little refinement here and there.

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    CoPilot 2003 software = CDR disks?!?!?!

    I just got my Copilot 2003 package brand new in the box never been opened. Up on opening the package, the software was on 2 CDR disks. Is this suppose to be like that? I dont think any reputable software company would sell softwares on CDR disks. Please let me know asap. Thanks guys

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    Yea, mine came the same way. I was a bit surprised as well.

    So how do you like it? Is the GPS the same white Hockey puck that as CP 2002?
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    System not reinstalled in it yet

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    I feel a lot better now. I did a search on ebay on the software. THe picture looks exactly the same as mine. I searched for help section regarding CDR disks. This is what's ebay policy on CDR disks.

    http://webhelp.ebay.com/cgi-bin/eHNC...uerystring=cdr

    "The software company sells the software on CD-R on eBay to Jack. This is permissible because the software company is the copyright owner of the software. Jack now wants to resell the software on CD-R on eBay. The software on CD-R is "lawful software," but Jack (or anyone other than the software company) is not permitted to list this item on eBay."

    I can't believe Travroute went to all that trouble to keep their software exclusive. First they made the software to work only with their GPS (Rand Mcnally works too) Then they dont sell just the software. Then they made it so that once you bought the package, you can't make a copy for yourself and sell the original. I gotta give them credit but then again I'm pretty ****ed off about that.
    And yes, the receiver is a white hockey puck. Its A LOT smaller than my Garmin 16GPS though, about half the size. I'll install it tonight and try it out. Hopefully it'll receive some signal for the software to work.

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