Blaupunkt TRAVELPILOT E1 Benelux and Major Roads EU

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#21

[quote=don-promillo;1998646]Hello,
are there still guys having the same problem that a copy of Travelpilot E CD/ Teleatlas E CD is not working? I couldn’t find something how to make a copy of type E CDs so i collected as much as information as possible.
I have a Blaupunkt Travelpilot EX for Ford. I don’t think that the drive recognizes that the CD is a CD-R and not a CD-ROM. I cannot believe that Blaupunkt used a cd-drive which is able to read the ATIP like a cd-burner. I assume that the navi detect the copy by a DPM (Data Position Measurement). I don’t know how it works exactly but when i remember properly the drive make a lot of noise when it detects the “copy” and nothing happens. So it seems that the drive is measuring the transferrate at a fixed drive rpm or seeks between data position on the cd and measures the time.
After that speculation i made a drive speed measurement (Nero CD-DVD Speed) with my cd-burner and dvd-rom drive with the original CD and a copy of it. Both drives are of type CAV which means that the drive read with a constant rotation speed of the disc. The analysis of the measurements showed that the original CD provide a higher transferrate in comparision to the copy. The only logical explanation is that the orignal disk has a higher density which means that the pits and lands are shorter than the normal standard.
I have only a LiteOn burner :sad: but if there is someone who has a Plextor burner with GigaRec function please try to make a copy with higher density and try if you get a working copy. :bow:

best regards
don-promillo[/quote]
please link in map travel pilot e from blaupunkt freestyler opel1.0@azet.sk


#22

2 don-promillo

Very interesting information. If it is true that the data on the original CD were burned with hight density, a CD with higher capacity may be the right way too. A have not tried to make a copy yet because a do not have a original map CD. So if you have the original CD try for example following CD (90 min - 790MB, 99min 870MB http://www.burnsmart.com/9099mincd-r.html).
Let mee know how it it doing.

Thanks


#23

Hi,
I read somewhere else but i cannot remember where, that the cd has a settec Alpha-ROM copy protection.
http://www.cdmediaworld.com/hardware/cdrom/cd_protections_alpha.shtml
So there is no chance to get a working copy. :sad:


#24

[QUOTE=don-promillo;2208366]Hi,
I read somewhere else but i cannot remember where, that the cd has a settec Alpha-ROM copy protection.
http://www.cdmediaworld.com/hardware/cdrom/cd_protections_alpha.shtml
So there is no chance to get a working copy. :sad:[/QUOTE]

meyby not bad…
AnyDVD 4.5.3.1 available for beta testing
The most important change is the support for Settec ALPHA-DVD, a new DVD protection developed in Korea.

4.5.3.1 (beta), 2005 01 13

  • New: Added support for the "Settec ALPHA-DVD protection"
    as found on “Old Boy - Final Edition” (Korea) to the option to
    remove “Protection based on unreadable Sectors”
  • New: Added names of protection (Arccos, Puppetlock, ALPHA-DVD)
    to information window.
  • New: Added Video Standard to information window
  • New: Added option to deactivate the CSS key archive
  • Change: Filesystem locking, to fix problems with autoplay

#25

[QUOTE=don-promillo;1998646]
[…]
The only logical explanation is that the orignal disk has a higher density which means that the pits and lands are shorter than the normal standard.
I have only a LiteOn burner :sad: but if there is someone who has a Plextor burner with GigaRec function please try to make a copy with higher density and try if you get a working copy. :bow:

best regards
don-promillo[/QUOTE]
Nope, higher density is not the protection. I have a Plextor PX-716A and I used the PlextorXL software to investigate the disc.

Disc Info: [B]GigaRec rate: Normal[/B] :rolleyes:

I have the original disc, but I want to use a copy in my car (to prevent theft, loss or damage of the original disc).


#26

Did someone find a solution to copy the cd?
I read on other post that there was a TAGES protection.
Thanks for your answer.


#27

http://redirectingat.com/?id=49X493850&url=http%3A%2F%2Fupload.cdfreaks.com%2Ftools%2Fttools.zip

I use this program on orginal Blaupunkt travel pilot fx and i was information about twinsectors on this cd.
This protection is TAGES …


#28

The TravelPilot-E cd’s for this navigation cannot be copied due to the 100% effective TAGES protection :sad:


#30

did anybody manage to do workable copy???
or does anybody have link of downloadable navy disc content???