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How to Fix Ndcn w55 Insert Correct Map Disc Error on Toyota Navigation System
If you own a Toyota car with a navigation system, you may have encountered the error message "Please insert correct map disc" on your screen. This error usually occurs when the battery has been disconnected or replaced, and it prevents you from using the navigation features of your system. Fortunately, there is a simple solution to fix this error and restore the functionality of your device.
In this article, we will show you how to fix the Ndcn w55 insert correct map disc error on your Toyota navigation system using a bootable CD. You will need a blank CD-R, a CD burner software, and a computer with an internet connection. Follow these steps to create and use the bootable CD:
Download the software for your Toyota navigation system from this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1--Lc.... The software is compatible with other systems such as NDCT-W54e, ND3T-D54, ND3T-W54, and NDCN-W54[^1^]. The file name is LOADING.KIWI and it is about 8 MB in size.
Download the CD burner software from this link: http://linkshrink.net/7TFxOM. The software is called Burnware and it is free to use[^2^]. Install the software on your computer and launch it.
Insert a blank CD-R into your computer's CD drive. Select "Burn ISO Image" from the main menu of Burnware. Browse to the location where you saved the LOADING.KIWI file and select it. Choose the lowest possible burning speed (4x or lower) and click "Burn". Wait for the process to complete and eject the CD.
Turn on your Toyota navigation system and insert the bootable CD into it. Wait for a few seconds until the system recognizes the CD and starts loading it. You should see a message saying "Loading..." on your screen.
After the loading is done, you should see a message saying "Please eject this disc". Eject the CD from your system and wait for a few seconds until the system reboots. You should see a message saying "Please insert map disc" on your screen.