Hi, I have a 2001 MDX, Black DVD...ripped in ISO mode with Decrypter and burnt the image with Nero at the slowest speed with a DVD+R (maxell/Ritek DVD) worked no problem
Anyway here is my question, I have a 2001 MDX with Navi ( black dvd disc), of course..
I just brought it to Canada and of course I would like to get some Canadian coverage, so i started doing some research on burning...well a lot of problems, I tried it , took my time and my burnt copy worked like a charm, 10 times I turned on and off and only once did it not work and all I did was remove and reinsert the DVD, so not a real problem.
Now, the 2001 dvd is Black, the one I think I will need to get, if possible, would be the Orange color DVD from the 2003 models, this offered the Canadian coverage, as per Alpines website. So I think that these are Dual Layer DVD's in the '03, is my 2001 unit able to read the Dual Layer Disc, or is it only able to read single layer, because if that is the differences between the generations, then I think instead of using the DL disc I could split the info of the disc in 2, so, 1 single layer disc for ex. could hold all the east coast and the other single layer disc would hold the east coast info. Does this make sense, have you heard of anyone doing, this? I have access to a 2003 Disc for like $25.00 but not sure until I hear if it is possible to burn it or even use it. Any ideas, Options? Anything I could do have Canadian coverage, without having to spend like $200 +
Thanks for the help if you are able to...