Navigon 8450 Live
Holder with cable plug attachment. (Cable not included). Compare the connector in the picture with the connector on your cable in order to find the correct holder. The holder is attached onto a tilt swivel, so it can be adjusted in order to avoid light reflection on the screen. Attach onto a ProClip Mounting Platform.
Part Number: 514122
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User reviews and opinions
|AndrewT||2:45pm on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010|
|Navigon 8450 Sat Nav This was a gift for someone else so this review is second hand. Excellent Sat Nav Although a little more complicated to set up initially, this is a great satnav. Navigon 8450 Ive been through 2 Garmins a 1300t then a 1490t easy to use but unlike my old garmin nuvi 660 the maps especially the 1490t were really l...|
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Map in Destination search mode...75 9.6.1
10.1 Route profiles...76 10.1.1 10.1.2 10.1.3 10.1.4 10.1.5 10.2.1 10.2.2 10.2.3 Route profile settings..77 NAVIGON basic profiles..77 Creating a new route profile..78 Selecting a route profile...78 Managing route profiles...78 Creating your own destinations..80 Symbols for your own POIs..81 POI-Import: Importing your own POIs onto the navigation device...81 Enabling screenshots..82 Creating a screenshot...82
10.2 My POIs...80
10.3 Screenshots...82 10.3.1 10.3.2
Users manual Table of contents V
10.5 Parking near the destination...83 10.6 Nearby....85 10.7 MyBest POI: POI on Your Route...85 10.7.1 10.7.2 10.7.3 Displaying POIs along the route..86 Navigating to one of the destinations..87 Selecting categories...87
10.8 NAVIGON Sightseeing...88 10.9 Sightseeing Tours...89 10.10 Direct Help....91 10.11 GPS Status, saving the current location..92 10.12 Block....92 10.13 Turn-by-Turn List...93 10.14 TMC (Traffic Information)...94 10.14.1 10.14.2 10.14.3 10.14.4 Preview TMC...94 Displaying traffic information...96 Showing a single message in detail..97 TMC Settings...98
11.1 Suitable files...100 11.2 Opening the media player..100 11.3 Operating the media player...101 11.4 Selecting the media files you want to play back..102 11.5 Play lists....103 11.5.1 11.5.2 11.5.3 11.5.4 Creating a play list...103 Saving the "Recent files" play list..103 Selecting a play list...104 Editing a play list..104
11.6 Configuring the media player..105
12.1 Connection with Mobile Phone..107 12.1.1 12.1.2 12.1.3 12.1.4 12.1.5 12.1.6 Searching for and pairing Bluetooth devices.107 Pairing from the mobile phone...108 Connecting to a device..109 Deleting a device...110 Import Phone Book...111 Import recent calls...112
12.2 Taking a call...112
VI Table of contents
12.3 Making a call....112 12.3.1 12.3.2 12.3.3 12.3.4 12.3.5 12.3.6 12.4.1 12.4.2 12.4.3 12.4.4 12.4.5 12.5.1 12.6.1 12.6.2 Making a call with the voice commands function.113 Dialling a telephone number..113 Dialling a Speed Call number..114 Calling a contact from the phone book..114 Calling most recently dialled, received or missed numbers...114 Transferring a call from your mobile telephone.115 Moving the navigation application to the foreground.115 Entering numbers...115 Muting the microphone..116 Transferring a call to the mobile phone..116 Ending the call...116 Navigating to a contact from the phone book..116 Preset...117 Settings...118 Costs...120 Weather Service..120 Parking....121 Fuel....122 Google Local Search..123 Events...125 Traffic Information...127
12.4 During a call...115
12.5 Useful functions...116 12.6 Configuring the hands-free function..117
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Switching on the navigation device
Press the (On/Off) key and keep it pressed (approx. 2 seconds) until the device switches on. The START window opens.
Note: The screen lights up briefly in white, indicating that you have started the device. When you switch on the navigation system for the first time, you will be asked to make the following settings:
your preferred language for using for the software the unit of length for distances the time format the date format
From the START window you can access all applications of the navigation system:
Navigation, refer to page 32 TV (deactivated when the DVB-T module is not connected)
Note: The TV software and the DVB-T module are not included in the scope of delivery. You can purchase the DVB-T package in our online shop at www.navigon.com. Media Player, refer to page 99 Phone, refer to page 106
Note: If you have not used the navigation device for a long time, the battery may be flat. When you connect the navigation device to the supplied car charger cable, it can be switched on immediately even if the battery is flat. If you use a different charger cable or have connected your device to a PC, it may need charging for a few minutes before it can be switched on. Chargers and other accessories are available in the NAVIGON online shop at www.navigon.com or in specialist stores. Forgotten your password?
If you forget your password, follow the procedure described in "Forgotten your password?" on page 24.
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Switching the navigation device to standby mode
Press briefly on the
(On/Off) key (max. 2 seconds).
Automatic Standby You can configure the navigation device so that it is automatically switched to standby mode when not in use.
In the NAVIGATION window tap on Options > Settings > General > Automatic Standby. Select after how much time you want the navigation device to be switched to standby mode (Never, After 10 mins., After 20 mins., After 30 mins.). Select Power Loss in order to switch the device to standby mode when the external power supply is interrupted. As soon as the device is connected again to the external power supply it will switch on again automatically.
Switching off the navigation device
Press the (On/Off) key and keep it pressed until the message "Release the key to switch off the device." appears. (Approx. 6 seconds)
Note: When you switch the navigation device to standby mode, the next time it is switched on it will start very quickly and with the window which was active when switched off. In standby mode the device still consumes a small amount of energy however. In standby mode the device still consumes a small amount of energy however. Depending on how full the battery is, it can become flat within a few days or a few weeks. When you switch off the device, it consumes no energy. It can then take several months for the battery to become flat. Switching the device on again triggers a restart which can take some time (approx. 30 seconds). Your settings and your saved destinations and routes will be retained.
select a destination with the Direct Access function (refer to "Direct access to POI" on page 43).
Note: The first time that you want to enter a new destination you will be asked to select the country in which your destination is situated. Under My Destinations you can select from the following lists of destinations and addresses:
FAVOURITES: All destinations that you have entered and then saved (refer to "Favourites" on page 45). Three special destinations are also saved in the FAVOURITES list:
My Address: The address which was saved as the home address (refer to"Defining the home address" on page 51). My Vehicle: The location of your vehicle is automatically saved when you use the Parking Close to Destination function (refer to "Parking near the destination" on page 83). My Starting Point: The starting point of the last navigation is automatically saved.
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LAST DESTINATIONS: Destinations to which you have navigated on a previous occasion (refer to "Last Destinations" on page 45). IMPORTED ADDRESSES: All destinations that you have imported from Microsoft Outlook or from other data sources (refer to "Imported Addresses: Outlook / Internet" on page 46 and "Imported Addresses from the phone book" on page 47).
Specifying the country in which the destination is situated
At top left in the ADDRESS, POI IN A CITY and POI NATIONWIDE windows you will find the Country button. It bears the flag of the country in which you can currently select destinations for the navigation application. If your destination is in a different country, then proceed as follows: 1. Tap on the Country button. 2. Enter the name of the country in which your destination is situated. The button shows the flag of the destination country. Note: The selection list contains only those countries whose maps are available to the navigation device.
Entering a destination by voice commands
It is particularly convenient to select the destination by voice commands. 1. In the NAVIGATION window tap on Voice Command. - or Activate the voice commands function by drawing your finger quickly over the NAVIGATION window in a diagonal line. Then say "Voice Command". The VOICE COMMAND window opens.
Entering an address
2. Say "Address". Indicated at the top is the country for which you can select addresses.
Imported Addresses: Outlook / Internet
You can use the NAVIGON Sync software to export to your navigation system the contact addresses which you have saved in Microsoft Outlook on your computer. From many route planners on the Internet it is also possible to copy the entered destination address directly onto your navigation system. This function is clearly indicated on those websites which offer it. Note: You can install NAVIGON Sync on your PC using NAVIGON Suite (refer to "NAVIGON Suite" on page 11) or download it free of charge from our website www.navigon.com/manuals. Contacts which have been saved with several addresses will appear once with each address in the IMPORTED ADDRESSES list. 1. In the NAVIGATION window tap on My Destinations > Imported Addresses > Outlook / Internet. 2. Tap on the address to which you want to navigate. The DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THE DESTINATION window opens. Indicated on the Activate MyRoutes button is whether several route suggestions are to be calculated (Yes) or not (No).
3. Tap on Start Navigation. - or Tap on Parking in order to search for and navigate to a car park near your destination. The map opens in Preview mode. The destination is indicated on the map.
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For information on how to start navigation, please refer to chapter "Route preview" on page 48. Please read on there.
Imported Addresses from the phone book
The phone book of a mobile phone with which you are connected can be imported into the navigation device. Addresses from the phone book are then found in the IMPORTED ADDRESSES FROM THE PHONE BOOK list. 1. In the NAVIGATION window tap on My Destinations > Imported Addresses > From the phone book. 2. Select the contact you want from the phone book. 3. Tap on the address to which you want to navigate. The DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THE DESTINATION window opens. Indicated on the Activate MyRoutes button is whether several route suggestions are to be calculated (Yes) or not (No).
4. Tap on Start Navigation. - or Tap on Parking in order to search for a car park near your destination. The map opens in Preview mode. The destination is indicated on the map. For information on how to start navigation, please refer to chapter "Route preview" on page 48. Please read on there.
You can save one address as Home Address. You can navigate to your home address at any time by pressing a single button. More information about entering your home address can be found in the chapter "Defining the home address" on page 51.
In the NAVIGATION window tap on Take Me Home. If you have not yet entered your home address, a dialog box will notify you of this.
Navigation starts. The route profile used for the previous navigation will be applied.
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Selecting destinations on the map
The nearer you get to the junction, the more yellow spots are displayed. If you don't have to change direction for a long time, you will see only a straight arrow. The distance you must continue straight on is indicated underneath the arrow.
Tap on the large arrow box to hear current route instructions.
The Traffic Information box opens if a reported traffic obstruction affects your route. If a distance is indicated in the Traffic Information box, no detour route was calculated yet for the traffic obstruction in question.
Tap on the Traffic Information box in order to open the PREVIEW TMC window. It shows a map view with the route section affected by the message and a possible detour.
If no distance is indicated, all the obstructions which are reported for your route and would lead to a loss of time will be avoided.
Tap on the Traffic Information box in order to open the TRAFFIC INFORMATION window (refer to "Displaying traffic information" on page 96).
Note: The calculation of detour routes to avoid reported traffic obstructions can be performed automatically (refer to "TMC Settings" on page 98). 8 When you get close to your destination, the Parking button will appear. If you tap on the Parking box you will be given two options:
You can select a car park from where you can then continue on foot. When you have parked your vehicle, you can save the current position and continue the navigation on foot.
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For a description of the Parking function refer to the chapter "Parking near the destination" on page 83. 9 When you get close to a NAVIGON Sightseeing sight, the NAVIGON Sightseeing button will appear instead of the height above sea level and the speed (point 11). The distance indicated on the button tells you how far away the sight is (beeline). If you tap on the NAVIGON Sightseeing button, the DESTINATION INFO window will open (refer to "Displaying information about a NAVIGON Sightseeing sight" on page 89). For a description of the NAVIGON Sightseeing function refer to the chapter "NAVIGON Sightseeing" on page 88. 10 Ahead of many junctions the information from points 11 and 13 is hidden. Instead you are shown which lanes lead to your destination.
Tap on the box in order to hide the lane information.
The height above sea level and the current speed are shown here. The route is highlighted in orange. In the Total box you can see the distance remaining to the destination, the estimated duration of the trip and the estimated time of arrival.
Tap on the arrival time if you want to see the estimated driving time instead. Tap once again on the info box if you want to see the estimated time of arrival.
If you are navigating a multi-leg route, you will see the remaining distance to the next interim destination and the estimated time of arrival in the Next box.
Tap on (Back) in order to quit Destination search mode. You will be returned to the window from which you started this mode.
Route profiles define the characteristics and special aspects of the different modes of transport which are to be taken into account when calculating routes. For example a route profile for bicycles will exclude motorways from the route calculation but will include roads which other vehicles are not allowed to use. And different arrival times will be calculated for a bicycle than for a motorcycle for example.
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Route profile settings
A route profile is made up of several settings:
Speed Profile: Defines the mode of transport (e.g. Bicycle, Pedestrian, Car,.). Type of Route: Defines the type of route which is to be calculated (e.g. Short Route, Fast Route,.). Consider Traffic Information: defines whether traffic messages are to be considered when calculating the route Motorways, Ferries, Restricted Areas: Defines whether these types of road are allowed to be used. Use of Toll Roads: defines whether toll roads are allowed to be used when calculating the route
Tap on the
The USE OF TOLL ROADS window opens.
Adapt the individual settings to your requirements (Yes, No, Ask before) (refer also to "Configuring the Navigation System" on page 129). If you activate the Ask before setting, every time your route can take a toll road you will be prompted to make the corresponding setting(s).
For each setting there is a (Help) button. When you tap on it you will see an exact definition of the setting in question. The number of possible settings depends on the selected speed profile. For example, for the Pedestrian speed profile there are no Motorways and Use of Toll Roads settings
NAVIGON basic profiles
A basic profile is already defined for each speed profile. Bicycle Pedestrian Lorry Motorbike Car The speed profile of a basic profile cannot be changed. You can adapt the other settings to your requirements. Basic profiles cannot be renamed or deleted.
Back to the destination
You have reached your destination. Navigation has ended. For some reason, however, you carry on driving, perhaps because you were unable to find a place to stop. Now you want to be guided back to the destination. 1. Tap on the (Parking) button.
2. Tap on Last Destination. The navigation now guides you back to the original destination in the mode corresponding to the selected route profile.
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NAVIGON Clever Parking: Current information about parking options
Some parking options are marked by a small asterisk (e.g. ). There is more information available for these parking options, e.g. opening times or the number of parking spaces for women or the number of parking spaces for the handicapped. This information is becoming available for more and more parking options. Regular updates of this information can easily be obtained via the NAVIGON Fresh software. NAVIGON Fresh can be downloaded free of charge from our webseite www.navigon.com/fresh.
During the navigation, or after having opened the map using the Show Map button, you can have POIs, Favourites and traffic information of the current map view shown in a clearly arranged list. Note: This function is not available if the map was opened in one of the modes Destination search, Preview, Real City 3D or Reality View. 1. Tap on the map on a symbol which represents a POI, a favourite or a traffic message. The NEARBY list opens. It contains all the POIs, favourites or traffic messages to be found in a small radius around the position on which you have tapped. 2. Tap on an entry in the list in order to receive detailed information about it. You have the following options:
Tap on Interim Destination in order to set the selected point as an interim destination. The navigation system will first guide you to this interim destination. Afterwards you can continue navigation to your original destination. The Interim Destination button is available in navigation mode only. Tap on Start Navigation in order to navigate to the selected point. Tap on Cancel in order to close the list again.
MyBest POI: POI on Your Route
Note: This function is available only during navigation in Vehicle mode (refer to "Navigation in Vehicle mode" on page 67). You can stipulate 3 categories of POI for the POI on Your Route function. POIs which lie along your route and match one of these
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categories can be quickly displayed and selected as an interim destination during the navigation.
Displaying POIs along the route
Note: The selection you just made is saved in the "Recent files" play list. If a "Recent files" play list already exists, it will be overwritten without query.
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(Back) in order to return to the MEDIA PLAYER window.
play lists are groups of media files. For example, if you like listening to a particular sequence of musical items, you can create a matching play list. Then you need only select this one list instead of selecting all the musical items separately each time. Media files from several folders can be listed in a play list. A media file can appear in several play lists.
Creating a play list
1. In the MEDIA PLAYER window tap on the button. The PLAY-BACK LIST window opens. 2. Tap on New. 3. Enter a name for the play list. 4. Tap on (OK). (Play-back list)
The FILE MANAGER window opens. 5. Select the files which you want to add to the play list. You can select files from several folders (refer to "Selecting the media files you want to play back" on page 102). 6. Tap on OK. The MEDIA FILE window opens. The name of the new play list is shown in the list.
Tap on OK if you now want to play back the complete play list. - or Tap on window. (Back) in order to return to the PLAY-BACK LIST
Saving the "Recent files" play list
1. In the MEDIA PLAYER window tap on the button. The PLAY-BACK LIST window opens. 2. Tap on Open. The MEDIA FILE window opens. 3. Tap in the list on "Recent files" (first entry). (Play-back list)
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4. Tap on Save as. 5. Enter a name for the list. 6. Tap on (OK).
The MEDIA FILE window opens again.
Selecting a play list
1. In the MEDIA PLAYER window tap on the button. The PLAY-BACK LIST window opens. 2. Tap on Open. The MEDIA FILE window opens. 3. Tap on the name of the play list you want in order to mark it. 4. Tap on OK in order to play back all the files in the marked list. - or Select a single file from the list:
Tap on Open. Tap on the file you want. Tap on OK.
Editing a play list
add more files to a play list, change the order of the play list delete individual files from a play list, delete complete play lists.
Proceed as follows: 1. In the MEDIA PLAYER window tap on the button. The PLAY-BACK LIST window opens. 2. Tap on the Open button. The MEDIA FILE window opens. 3. Tap on the name of the play list which you want to edit. Deleting a play list 4. Tap on Delete. 5. Tap on OK.
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Adding files 4. Tap on Edit. 5. Tap on (Add).
6. Select the files which you want to add to the play list (refer to "Selecting the media files you want to play back" on page 102). 7. Tap on OK. Changing the play-back sequence 4. Tap on Edit. 5. Tap on the file which you want to shift. 6. Tap on (Up) or (Down) in order to shift the selected file by one position up or by one position down. 7. Tap on OK. Deleting files from a play list 4. Tap on Edit. 5. Tap on the file which you want to delete. 6. Tap on 7. Tap on OK. (Delete).
Configuring the media player
You can configure the media player in the SETTINGS window.
1. Tap on (Settings).
The SETTINGS window opens. 2. Tap on the (Open List) button alongside the setting which you want to change and select the value you want. 3. Tap on OK to save your changes. - or Tap on Next in order to reset the settings to the standard settings. - or Tap on made. (Back) in order to discard the changes you have
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Repeat Here you can set the repeat mode for the files of the current play list (None, Current File, All). Slide show Here you can choose whether to show your pictures as a slide show and if so for how long each picture is to appear (No, 1 second, 2 seconds, 5 seconds). Note: Only pictures can be presented as a slide show. For slide shows the Repeat setting must always be All. Aspect ratio Here you can choose between various video formatting options (Stretched, Letter box, Cropped).
The navigation device has a hands-free module which supports Bluetooth connections to Bluetooth-capable mobile phones and headsets. If you have set up a connection to a mobile phone, you can use the navigation device as a hands-free module for it. If you have set up a connection to a Bluetooth headset, you will hear the voice instructions from the navigation software via the headset. This is useful for example when travelling on a motorcycle. All other functions described in this chapter are not available when connected to a headset. A compatibility list of all supported mobile phones can be found on our website www.navigon.com.
Calling a contact from the phone book
3. Say "Phone Book". 4. Say the name of the contact you want to call. If several entries are recognised as matching this name, a list with these entries will appear.
Say the number in front of the contact that you want to call. If several phone numbers are saved for this contact, a list with these numbers will appear.
Say the number in front of the phone number that you want to call. The connection will be established.
Note: The Voice Command function is not available for every language. If it is not available, the HANDSFREE MODULE window will not show the Voice Command button but the Settings buttons.
Dialling a telephone number
1. Set up a connection to the mobile phone which you want to use to make the call (refer to "Connecting to a device" on page 109).
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2. Tap in the HANDSFREE MODULE window on the Keyboard button. The TELEPHONE NUMBER window opens. 3. Enter the desired telephone number. 4. Tap on the Call button.
Dialling a Speed Call number
A total of 4 speed call buttons are available. These buttons can be configured separately for each paired mobile phone. 1. Set up a connection to the mobile phone which you want to use to make the call (refer to "Connecting to a device" on page 109). 2. Tap in the HANDSFREE MODULE window on the corresponding Speed Call button. Note: If the selected speed call button has not been configured yet, it will be labelled with just three dots (). If you tap on the symbol, the MODIFY PRESET window will open (refer to "Preset" on page 117).
You can select numbers from the phone book of the connected telephone. 1. Set up a connection to the mobile phone which you want to use to make the call (refer to "Connecting to a device" on page 109). 2. In the HANDSFREE MODULE window tap on Phone Book.
If the phone book of the active phone was not yet imported, the import will be started now (refer to "Import Phone Book" on page 111).
3. Select from the phone book the contact you want to call. The SELECTED PHONE BOOK ENTRY window opens. It shows all the phone numbers and addresses which have been saved for the selected contact. 4. Tap on the to dial. (Call) button alongside the phone number you want
Note: The Call function is only available when the navigation device is connected via Bluetooth to a mobile phone. Whether and how a Bluetooth connection can be established is described in chapter "Connection with Mobile Phone" on page 107. 5. Tap on Start Navigation. The map opens in Preview mode. The destination is indicated on the map. For information on how to start navigation, please refer to chapter "Route preview" on page 48. Please read on there.
Events in a City
1. in the NAVIGATION window tap on a City. The EVENTS IN A CITY window opens. 2. Enter the name or the postal code of the destination town. 3. Select a category from which you would like to find events. Categories in which no events are available in the specified location will not be available for selection. If sub-categories exist for the category you have selected, the Sub Category list opens. 4. Select a sub-category from which you would like to find events. The Destination list opens. It contains events of the selected category, sorted by distance from the venue. 5. Tap on the name of the event in which you are interested. The DESTINATION INFO window opens. In addition to the name of the event it contains the phone number and the address of the venue. (NAVIGON Live) > Events in
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Note: The Call function is only available when the navigation device is connected via Bluetooth to a mobile phone. Whether and how a Bluetooth connection can be established is described in chapter "Connection with Mobile Phone" on page 107. 6. Tap on Start Navigation. The map opens in Preview mode. The destination is indicated on the map. For information on how to start navigation, please refer to chapter "Route preview" on page 48. Please read on there.
The Traffic Live service also analyses anonymously collected floating car data from the many users of the service. This offers for example the following advantages:
Obstructions which cause traffic congestion can be detected and avoided more quickly and more reliably. The end of a traffic obstruction is detected more quickly and more reliably. Unnecessary detours can be avoided. Estimated times of arrival can be calculated more precisely.
Passing on the Software
The user is permitted to sell or give away the Software and the user manual or any other accompanying materials on a permanent basis to third parties, under the proviso that the acquiring third party is in accord that the contractual terms and conditions at hand shall henceforth be also be imposed on it. In the event of passing on the Software, the user shall hand over to the new user all copies of the program, including possible back-up copies made, or destroy the copies not handed over. As a result of passing on the Software, the former users utilisation rights to the program shall extinguish. The user is permitted to sell or give away the Software and the user manual or any other accompanying materials to third parties on a temporary basis, if this is not done within the framework of leasing or renting out for gainful purposes, under the proviso that the acquiring third party agrees that the contractual terms and conditions at hand shall henceforth also be imposed on it. For the period of assignment of the Software to third parties, the assigning user shall have no right to any kind of utilization of the program. For the period of assignment of the Software to third parties, the assigning user shall have no right to
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any kind of utilisation of the program. Renting out or granting a lease for gainful purposes shall be prohibited. (4) The user may not assign the Software to third parties if there should be any justified suspicion that such third party could violate the contractual terms and conditions, especially by making unlawful copies.
Reproduction Rights and Access Security
The user may reproduce the Software if the respective copying should be necessary for operation. Necessary reproduction shall be deemed to be the installation of the program from the original data carrier to the bulk memory of the hardware used as well as loading of the program into random access memory. Furthermore, the user is permitted to make copies for back-up purposes. However, fundamentally, only one single back-up copy may be made for safekeeping. The back-up copy has to be identified as such. If regular copying of the complete database, including computer programs, is indispensable for reasons of data security or to ensure speedy reactivation of the computer system after a total crash, then the user is allowed to make back-up copies in the number specifically required. The data carriers used in this case must be marked accordingly. The back-up copies may only be used for purely archiverelated purposes. Further reproductions, which also include release of the program code on a printer as well as photocopying of the manual, may not be made by the user. Any additional manuals required by employees have to be obtained from NAVIGON.
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