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    Pocket PC Destinator on Windows XP

    I have destinator on my Pocket PC, I'm lead to believe that I can use it on my carputer (windows XP) with the help of the SDK...
    How do I go about doing so? Are there any step by step guides, or even just a vauge guide?!
    Thanks for any help you can provide.

    Adam.

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    Ok, I've installed the SDK, I can find my way around Paris now!
    I have the pocket PC ver 2. I've tried decompressing the maps into destinator folder, but it keeps telling me my maps are corrupt, what am I doing wrong? Or are my maps really corrupt?
    Cheers,
    Adam.

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    Put the map files into a folder, you should have the WCE_A.map/.POI etc in a named folder within the destinator directory (look at the Paris folder for an example of how the directory structure should look.


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    Ah ha, I've sorted it! The program was indeed correct and my maps were corrupt. I've replaced them and it's working wonderfully now.

    Adam.

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