That's what you get for using bootleg software.
I suggest purchasing iGuidance. You'll be using v4, however.
Is there any way/place that I can download the FULL USA maps for iGuidance v3? I don't have the disc or I could generate them myself and all of the downloads for the whole disc that I've tried have been corrupt or not downloaded at all.....
It's not bootleg software. I bougt the hard drive with it already on it. I just need the maps.
The fact that you would come and ask on a forum speaks volumes.
So if I sold you a hard drive with XP Pro, Photoshop, 3d Studio Max, and AutoCAD, and kept the install media and keys, would that make it legal for you to own/use?Originally Posted by freeflashstuff
Best way to get the FULL USA maps? Buy the software.
You all will be so proud of me. LOL I went and bought iG 4... Waiting for it to get here, then to integrate it into RR...?
In fact I am quite dissapointed to see your original plan was to steel it and that since you could not get it for free you were forced to actually purchase it.
Proud, not quite
Expected, I guess
I guess if we should be proud of someone for doing as they should than I deserve a round of applause for taking a dump this morning.
Ladies and gentelmen, please sit down and stop clapping. It is true I didnt break the law. It is true that by placing my rear on the toilet seat I only did as could be expected when I needed to evacuate. Yes, it is true that when I was finished I even washed my hands. But there is one thing you must understand, this is what seperates us Americans from the rest of the world. Law is expected to be followed, Our rears get wiped with toilet paper, Covering your mouth when coughing is considered courtious and our women shave there legs and arm pits in respect to beauty.
But still we have a mole that slips past the norms of civilization and thinks it is ok to steel a piece of software as long as no one saw him take it from a store shelf.
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Unlike ThunderStick, I was actually EXPECTING the worst. I figured you would hit up Pirate Bay or Demonoid and just steal it. "Why?" you might ask... because that's what I used to do. So my expectations of course were low.
I will admit, I like to test drive the software first. I have purchased a copy of iG2 and iG3. I "tested" iG4 out, and didn't really like it, mainly I could not get it to work correctly under Wine on Ubuntu (There were also other "flaws" such as no more custom map chunks, voice was a bit buggy). So I did not end up purchasing iG4 and went back to using my purchased copy of iG3. But I also did "test" iG3 before buying, I hate wasting money on software. Makes me wonder why iNavCorp doesn't put out trials of their software.
What really irks me is I'm going to have to purchase an upgrade sometime soon anyway, my map data will be outdated quickly. Anyway, veering off the path a bit here. I am glad you didn't steal it.
Didn't ig2009 just come out?
And I think iGuidance does do trials. It costs like $6 or something for them to send you a disk. But I agree that "testing" software that way should be fine as long as you purchase it later or delete it afterwards. But I am sure coorporations dont agree with that.
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