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The hard drive would just install whatever is on the disc. They don't just always keep stuff updated and the packages offered are upwards of 100 bucks. If you have a newer vehicle you will order a usb for the vehicle.
But using an SD card or USB drive would also be good too.
Of course you should only copy the disc if you own it for your own purposes. If its anything like older Nav units, eventually there will be an update disc you can buy from the dealer to update to the latest version, or from this website below: Item=Home If you try to look up the current 2014 Nav it says you are using the current version. Bad part about that is your updates are always a year behind.
I actually bought a disc on e Bay that when arrived was a blatant copy. The seller was no responsive to my claims and I never hardback from e Bay. When I can't find an address with the nav I use the On Star ap on my phone and have it sent to my in-dash nav. But I went back to a 2013 truck and saw the update for the Nav is 9.99. Current: 2015 Sierra Denali - Stone Blue Metallic - Jet Black Interior - 6.2L V8 - 4x4 - Sunroof - Driver Alert Package - Fold-A-Cover G4 Elite - 22" RXN Wheels Former: 2014 Sierra Denali - White Diamond - Jet Black Interior - 5.3L V8 - 4x4 - Sunroof - Driver Alert Package - Fold-A-Cover G4 Elite - GM Drop-In Liner - 275/60R20 Bridgestone Dueler Revos Formerly Black03Yukon Technically the new Nav units could also be upgraded by disc even if they are hard drive based, its still a readable media. If you have a newer vehicle you will order a usb for the vehicle. So if you live in an ever changing area then you'll always be behind the power curve. 2015 GMC Sierra SLT Crew Cab 5.3L / Diablo Tuned Flowmaster Super 10 with everything from the 2nd Cat removed. 35/12.5R20 Firestone Destination MT on Chrome SLT 20" rims.
On Star Corporation is a subsidiary of General Motors that provides subscription-based communications, in-vehicle security, hands-free calling, turn-by-turn navigation, and remote diagnostics systems throughout the United States, Canada, China, Mexico, Europe, Brazil, and Argentina.
I'd imagine it is via SD card or something but I have not seen maps updates anywhere to either download or purchase. Edited by Hydrogen Cyanide, 22 November 2013 - PM. They were saying for sale at 0 now but 0 regular. If a copy ended up in your truck it would work just fine.
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