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    VTECH erasing Files on the Maptuner device

    For example:
    I have a "48 8375 165 36 36 201" file on my Maptuner device and I want to erase this file.
    Because I have VT11 Injektors installed.
    I have now 6 tunefiles on my Maptuner device.
    How can I erase this and some other files from my Maptuner device?

    I connect the Maptuner device with the PC
    Start the Applikation Maptuner.exe - login ok.
    Click on "Options" - click at checkbox "always select files to download"
    Click on "Check for Updates"
    After a while - a window appears: "Select Files"
    I select only 3 files:
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    I click on "ok"
    One File is transfering and verifying....
    ....You may disconnect you Maptuner device now.

    I click on "Request Software" and get this window
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    This window and the files in it never never ever changing...
    doesn´t matter what I did. It is always the same content!
    Even not the file I have transfered and verified 1 minute befor is listed here.

    Ok - I close this Maptune.exe applikation and start
    Mapedit.exe - login ok.
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    ok here I can see my files - all there - Damm ALL six!!!

    I try another way - Andrew told me:

    I take the Maptuner device to the ski - connect to ODB -
    select (like Andrew told me) Top Menu > Request Tuning > OK
    LCD show me: "Maptuner will be erased - Continue?"
    But - now I disconnect the Maptuner device from the ski - connect to PC > Check for Updates
    One File (same as before - see ahead) is transfering and verifiying.
    Nothing change!
    Still this 6 Damm files on the device.

    Next try:
    I take the Maptuner device to the ski - connect to ODB -
    select (like Andrew told me) Top Menu > Request Tuning > OK
    LCD show me: "Maptuner will be erased - Continue?"
    But - now I push the button "ok" again.
    "Create Request - Please wait!"
    "Request Error - Press a key"

    Nothing change
    Still this 6 Damm files on the device.

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    Vtech has to do it. Email then tell them what to keep and what to erase

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    To remove files there is 2 ways....


    Email Vtech or me...i can do it also.

    If you have another ski near of you just request tuning and check for updates.....then request tuning again in your ski and next time you check for updates you will download only the files you select..

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    If you have another ski near of you just request tuning and check for updates.....then request tuning again in your ski and next time you check for updates you will download only the files you select..

    this is what I do....I have a few skis

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