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Quick Start Guide

System Requirements
Minimum System Requirements

Recommended System Requirements

PC Type

Desktop, notebook, or tablet PC

JSUM USB port*

Desktop, notebook, or tablet PC

JSUM 100mA or higher powered USB port*

1 GHz PC or higher processor

2 GHz or higher processor



This guide briefly explains the procedures for installing JeppView and
JeppView FliteDeck. It also provides information to help you get started
quickly in each application. If you use JeppView to update your aircraft
panel Multi-function Display (MFD), this guide also contains the procedure
for updating your current electronic chart data, installing JSUM and
programming terminal chart data onto the appropriate media to update
your MFD hardware.
Your JeppView subscription consists of JeppView and JeppView FliteDeck:

Hard Drive Space

U.S. 48 States: 2.2 GB

Europe IFR: 2.15 GB
Worldwide IFR and VFR: 5 GB

Getting Started

Higher than the minimum requirement

JeppView is designed to use on the ground in preparation for flight. It

provides the capabilities to view and print Jeppesen charts, and to gather
charts for a route and all applicable alternate airports, from a desktop or
portable computer.

Operating System (English Only)

Microsoft Windows XP, SP3, XP Pro SP3,
or XP Tablet PC Edition SP3

Microsoft Windows XP SP3, or XP Tablet PC

SP3 Edition
Microsoft Windows Vista 32- and 64-bit:
Home Basic, Home Premium, Business,
Enterprise, and Ultimate Editions
Microsoft Windows 7 32- and 64-bit
(as of JSUM 2.2)**


JeppView Terminal Chart

(JeppView FliteDeck portrait orientation)

Graphics Processor
32 MB video card

64 MB video card
Input Device
Pointer device (e.g. mouse)

Pointer device (e.g. mouse)


I/O Interfaces
8x CD-ROM drive
8x DVD reader

24x CD-ROM drive

8x or greater DVD reader

Broadband internet connection for online

download of program updates
Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher

Broadband internet connection for online

download of program updates
Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher

Printer (Optional)

JeppView Enroute Chart

1280 x 1024 display 24-bit color display

800 x 600 display 24-bit color display

600 x 800 portrait orientation

600dpi, 6 pages per minute, color

Note: The software may not run well on systems that do not meet these requirements.
Jeppesen is unable to provide Technical Support for systems below these requirements.

FliteDeck Plan Page

JeppView FliteDeck is designed for use in an

aircraft while the aircraft is flying. Proper use
of FliteDeck can enhance positional awareness,
assist with in-flight re-planning, and provide
valuable information for normal and emergency
operations. With JeppView FliteDeck, you also
have the ability to view critical weather data using
your XM WxWorx Satellite Weather service.

You can install JeppView, JeppView FliteDeck or both
of these programs for personal use on a total of four
computers. Refer to the license agreement for details.

Weather (WX) provides service to Canada, and the contiguous US (all states except Alaska and
Hawaii), its territories and adjacent waters. For current information contact XM WX at 1-800-985-9200.

* The Skybound USB adapter requires 300mA of power. To work correctly, some data card and media adapters require a USB
hub capable of providing more than 100mA of power through the port.
** SkyBound driver support for Windows 7 is scheduled to become available in 2010. Refer to Microsoft or your device
driver manufacturer for the driver status of other external media devices.

Installation Procedures

Installation Overview

The following instructions guide you through the installation process for
JeppView and JeppView FliteDeck. To install the software, you must have
administrative permissions on your computer.

The three JeppView discs must be installed in the following order:

Administrative Permissions
Before installing JeppView and JeppView FliteDeck, verify that the
permissions are set so your user account has full access to the applications.
Administrative permissions are required for the initial installation and
for any program updates that become available electronically or with the
disk update.
Administrative permissions are not required to update navigational and
terminal chart data.
If you are trying to install the applications on a corporate computer,
please contact your network administrator for administrative permission.

Program CDContains program files and basic geographic and terrain

data. Install this once on each computer.
Electronic Chart Data Disc 1 (DVD)Contains Jeppesen terminal chart
data and updates every 14 days. Install it initially and update through
the Internet. DVD updates are available for a small fee. For information
and pricing, please contact Jeppesen Sales and Service.
Electronic Chart Data Disc 2 (CD)Contains Jeppesen aeronautical data,
the Jeppesen Airway and VFR Manuals, and any program updates
to JeppView and FliteDeck, and updates every 14 days. Install it
initially and update through the Internet. CD updates are available
for a small fee. For information and pricing, please contact Jeppesen
Sales and Service.
Save your discs! You must have all of the discs and your JeppView serial
number to reinstall the programs or install them on a new machine.
If anything is missing from your installation package, please contact
Jeppesen Sales and Service.

Existing Users Start Here

New JeppView Users Start Here

If this is your first time installing JeppView, follow
these steps. Ensure that you have administrative
permissions on your computer before starting.

To install the JeppView program on your computer:

If you changed your JeppView subscription to update

your MFD system, or currently use JeppView v3 with a
different serial number, you must deactivate your current
version. After you have deactivated JeppView, the Disc 1
installer will ask for your new JeppView serial number.
You do not need the Program CD.

To deactivate JeppView:

1. I nsert the Program CD into your computer CD-ROM drive. If the setup
program does not start automatically, browse to your computer
CD-ROM drive and double-click setup.exe.
2. When the Welcome screen appears, click Next.
3. R
 ead the information in the Installation Overview window and
click Next.

1. O
 pen the JeppView program folder (the default location is
2. Double-click deactivate.exe.
3. If prompted, select JeppView and click OK.
4. Select the check box to continue and click Next.

4. Read the license agreement and accept the terms, and then click Next.

5. Click Yes to deactivate JeppView.

5. I n the Pilot Information dialog box, enter your name and 16-character
or alphanumeric serial number from the front of your CD album, and
then click Next.

6. Select a deactivation process (it is recommended that you select the

Internet (Automated) method if you have an Internet connection),
and click Next.

6. Click to select JeppView, FliteDeck, or both for installation, and then

click Next.

7. Record your serial number and deactivation code, and click Finish.
8. Insert Disc 1 and complete the installation steps on the next page.

7. S
 elect the path in which to install JeppView and FliteDeck, and click
Next. Jeppesen recommends that you use the default folder or a
location where other Jeppesen programs have previously been installed.
If you want to use a different drive or folder, click Change, and then
type the path or browse to the folder that you want.
8. Click Next through the remaining screens, accepting all default options.
9. W
 hen the installation is complete, click Finish. A dialog box appears
instructing you to insert Disc 1. If your computer requires a reboot,
do so before continuing.
Go to Page 6

Electronic Chart Data Disc 1 (DVD)

New users must install the Program CD prior to loading Disc 1. Once the
programs are installed, update the data every 14 days through the Internet
or with the disc updates received in the mail. To install your terminal
charts by DVD, follow these steps:
To install your terminal charts from the DVD, follow these steps:
1. I nsert Disc 1 into your computer DVD reader. If the setup program
doesnt start automatically, browse to your computer DVD drive and
double-click setup.exe.
2. If you deactivated a JeppView 3 serial number, enter your new serial
number in the dialog that opens, and click Next.
JeppView MFD Users Only:
I f this is your first time installing Disc 1, click Yes to install the
Jeppesen Services Update Manager (JSUM). The JSUM application
transfers electronic chart data from JeppView to the media used
with your MFD system.
I f you previously installed JSUM, you may select the Run Jeppesen
Services check box and click Next. This option launches JSUM near
the end of the Disc 1 update. This option is only available if JSUM
is already installed.
3. Verify

that the terminal chart coverage(s) listed for your serial number
is the same as what you have purchased.
I f not, enter additional coverage codes you have (if applicable, select
I have additional Coverage Codes and click Next).
 lick Apply to add the coverages associated with those codes to the
list and click Next.
The coverage codes are located below the serial number on the back of
your DVD album. Purchase additional coverage codes by contacting
Jeppesen Sales and Service.
JeppView MFD Users Only:

Electronic Chart Data Disc 2 (CD)

To update Jeppesen aeronautical data, Airway Manual text data, and the
JeppView and FliteDeck programs when available, follow these steps:
1. I nsert Disc 2 into the CD-ROM drive. If the setup program doesnt start
automatically, browse to your CD-ROM drive and double-click setup.exe.
2. When the Welcome screen appears click Next.
JeppView MFD Users Only:
I f FliteDeck was not previously installed, this screen gives you the
option to install it. To add FliteDeck, click the Install FliteDeck check
box, then click Next.
3. Review the Installation Summary and click Next.
4. Choose or skip the following options by checking or unchecking the box,
and click Next:
 iew the readme fileDisplays new information regarding the latest
program update.
Jeppesen Weather ServiceLaunches the Jeppesen Weather Service
installer for weather data display in FliteDeck, in conjunction with
an XM WxWorx Satellite Weather Service subscription. The Jeppesen
Weather Service option only appears if you are installing FliteDeck,
and you did not previously install the Jeppesen Weather Service.
For additional information about using your XM WxWorx Satellite
Weather Service in FliteDeck, refer to the JeppView FliteDeck Users
Guide and Help file.
5. Follow the instructions in the remaining screens to finish the installation.
Check the data cycle and issue date on your disks to determine if you need
to update your data immediately through the Internet after the installation.

The JSUM installer opens during the Disc 1 update. For JSUM
installation steps and use, please go to page 17.
4. After the Disc 1 update is complete, continue the installation with the
Disc 2 steps on the next page.

Activating Your Software

Getting Started with JeppView

Your software license permits you to install and run JeppView and/or
JeppView FliteDeck on up to four computers for your own personal use.
When you open JeppView or FliteDeck for the first time on each computer,
the Activation Wizard launches and guides you through the activation
process. Read the information on the first screen and click Next to activate
the program or click Start Program (30 days) to postpone the activation
process and open the program as a trial.
You have 30 days to activate the applications. After 30 days, only the Activation
Wizard opens, and the programs are disabled until activation is complete.

Keeping Your Charts Up-to-Date

To keep your program and data current, update the information via the
Internet. Often there is a large amount of new data available; the download
time depends on your subscription coverage and connection speed. To
update your data, follow these steps:

To begin using JeppView, click the JeppView icon, or click

Start > Programs > Jeppesen > JeppView3 > JeppView3.

Creating your First RoutePack and Route

When you open JeppView, the RoutePack Wizard appears. Think of a
RoutePack as a briefcase containing flight information for a complete trip.
A RoutePack can include one or more routes, airports, terminal charts, and
waypoints along the route. The information in the RoutePack can be used
with any RoutePack-compatible program, such as JeppView FliteDeck and
FliteStar. You can save RoutePack files to a USB memory device, email them,
and move them to other computers.
To create a RoutePack and a route, follow these steps:
1. C
 lick the magenta Wizard button in the toolbar, or click
File > Add RoutePack.

1. Connect to the Internet.

2. Use the application update feature to check for any updates:
Within JeppView, click File > Check for Updates.
 ithin the FliteDeck Setup program, click Get Update on the
Configuration tab.

2. Type departure and destination airports in the RoutePack Wizard text

boxes. If you do not know the airport ID, type the city or name and hit
TAB to open a search results dialog.
3. Click Next to move through the Wizard (add an Alternate if you wish).

3. I f a dialog box displays a list of Jeppesen products, select

JeppView/FliteDeck and click OK.

4. Enter My First RoutePack in the RoutePack Name field and click Finish.

4. The first screen displays your program registration information (serial

number, site key, and site code). Click Next.

5. L
 ook in the RoutePack List for My First RoutePack. Double-click any
chart under an airport to view the chart. In the Terminal Charts tab,
single-click additional charts to view them.

5. T
 he data on your computer is compared to the latest data on the server.
If the server data is more recent, the cycle appears in the update dialog.
Click to check each item you want to update, and click OK. Updating
terminal chart data and NavData separately might reduce your overall
download time.
VISTA Users: When updating online, after the data downloads, Microsoft
Vista User Account Control requires permission for the update Setup to
open. The UAC permissions dialog times out after two minutes. If you dont
respond within the two minutes, UAC closes the update Setup. You must
manually restart the Setup and click through the UAC dialog to continue.

6. To print all of the charts at once, right-click on the name of the
RoutePack, My First RoutePack, and choose Print.
7. S
 elect the desired check boxes, and click Print or Print Preview.
Some of the options are:
 evision Letterincludes a list of all terminal charts in the
RoutePack that have changed since the last revision cycle.

Creating your First RoutePack and Route (Continued)

 pdate Letterincludes a list of all terminal charts that have
changed since the last time the RoutePack was printed.
 ooklet printingto use booklet printing, you must have a printer
that can print on both sides of the paper (duplex printing). Only
the following options can be selected for Booklet printing: JeppView
Charts for RoutePack, Two per page, and Print on both sides.
 he Jeppesen paper options are available for terminal charts, the
Revision Letter and the Update Letter options only. When selecting
any of the options under the Vector Chart section, NOTAMs, or
Airport Information, the Jeppesen paper selections are unavailable.
8. S
 ave your RoutePack by right-clicking the RoutePack name, My First
RoutePack, then clicking Save. Leave the default folder selected and click Save.

Working with the Airport List

The Airport List contains all of the
airports in your JeppView coverage
area. European VFR charts (formerly
the Bottlang Airfield Manual) were
added with the introduction of
JeppView version 3.5. If you have a
VFR chart subscription, the Airport
List displays the European VFR
airport and chart icons in green.
With an IFR and VFR subscription,
IFR airport icons are blue and VFR
airport icons are green to help
distinguish between the two types.
1. T
 o sort the airports alphabetically by name, click the Name column.
An arrow marks the column by which the list is sorted, and indicates
descending or ascending order.


2. To sort the Airport List by distance from an airport in the list:

Right-click an airport in the Airport List.
Select Show Distance From Here in the right-click menu.
 he distance from the selected airport displays in the Distance
from column. The Airport List displays the airports in order from
the airport closest to the selected point at the top of the list, to the
airport farthest away at the bottom.
3. T
 o find an airport in the list, type the full or partial name or identifier
in the Search field in the lower left of the Airport List. The Airport
List moves to display the first match.
4. If the first match is not the airport you want, click Next until the
airport appears in the list.
5. T
 o add an airport to your RoutePack outisde the route, click the name
of the airport in the Airport List, hold down the mouse button, and
drag it onto the RoutePack name, My First RoutePack, in the RoutePack
list and let go of the mouse button to drop it.
JeppView creates an Other Charts folder below the route waypoints.
This allows you to add non-route airports and charts for quick access
and printing along with the route charts.
6. To add an airport from the Airport List to the route, drag a different
airport onto the route name located just below the RoutePack name,
My First RoutePack. This adds the airport to the beginning of the
route and not to the Other Charts folder. You can move the airport
in the route by dragging it below another airport or waypoint.
7. T
 o print charts for an airport in the Airport List, right-click on an
airport and choose Print. Use the following methods to select multiple
 o select consecutive airports in the list, press SHIFT while clicking
two airports. All items between the two choices are selected.
 o select non-consecutive airports, press CTRL and click once on
each airport to select it.

Printing a Subscription Revision Letter

To print a subscription Revision Letter from the Airport List, follow
these steps:
1. C
 heck that filters are inactive in the filter status at the bottom of the
Airport List window. Active filters may hide some airports in your
subscription. The Revision Letter reports only on the airports shown
in the Airport List.
2. Select all of the airports in the Airport List by selecting any airport
and pressing CTRL+A.
3. Right-click inside the Airport List and click Print.
4. In the Printing dialog box, select the Revision Letter check box.
5. S
 elect the Only Changed Charts check box to print the Revision Letter
and all of the charts that have been added or modified. To print only
the Revision letter, uncheck this box.
6. Click Print or Print Preview.

Getting Started with JeppView FliteDeck

To begin using JeppView FliteDeck, click the FliteDeck icon or
click Start > Programs > Jeppesen > JeppView FliteDeck3 >

The Configuration Interview

The first time you start FliteDeck, the Setup program presents a list of
questions to help you configure FliteDeck. Here are some tips for your
initial configuration:
Read each screen in the Interview to learn more about your options.
If youre not sure, accept the default option on the screen. You can
return later to the FliteDeck Setup program and change these options
once you are familiar with FliteDeck.
 To change your choices later, run the FliteDeck Setup program and select
Interview on any of the tabs, or make a change directly in any tab.
After completing the Interview, click OK to close the FliteDeck Setup program
and restart FliteDeck from the FliteDeck icon or Windows Start menu.

Creating a Route

Congratulations, you are now using JeppView.

To learn more, refer to the Help file by clicking Help > Help Topics in the

FliteDeck opens with the Plan page. If FliteDeck is on the same computer as
JeppView, the route you just planned in JeppView shows up in the Plan page
route list.
FliteDeck is configured to accept input from pointing devices, touch screens,
and keyboard entry, including keyboard function keys. In the following
instructions, available function keys are given in parentheses after the
button label.
To create a new route, follow these steps:
1. Click Routes (F12), and then click New Route (F8).
2. In the Enter Waypoint text box, enter a
departure and destination airport identifier.
If you do not have a keyboard, FliteDeck
provides a virtual keyboard in the FliteDeck Setup program.

Enter waypoint text box

Enter additional waypoints between the departure and destination if you

know the route. FliteDeck can also automatically generate routes if you
enter low airway routing (LOW), high airway routing (HIGH), and VNA
(VORs, NDBs, and airport routing) between two waypoints. See the FliteDeck
Help file, in FliteDeck Setup or from the Windows Start menu, for additional
routing techniques.


Creating a Route (Continued)

Using the Clipboard

7. Click Insert Waypoint (F8).

8. FliteDeck draws the proposed route on the chart and lists the waypoints.
9. Click Execute (F7) to confirm your route.
You now have a route in FliteDeck from which to choose terminal charts or
conduct enroute navigation.

Viewing Terminal Charts for the Route

To view terminal charts, follow these steps:
1. Click Terminal or press PAGE DOWN to go to the Terminal page.
2. Click Select Airport (F1).
3. Select an airport button to view its terminal charts:

Select Airport icon and

function keys

Dep Apt (F7)The active route departure airport.

The clipboard feature places your favorite charts on a simulated kneeboard

for quick and easy access. To add charts to the clipboard, follow these steps:
1. W
 hile viewing a chart of
interest on the Terminal page,
click Add Chart to Clipboard (F10).
2. Click Runway (F2), SIDS (F3),
STARS (F4), or Approaches (F5).
3. S
 elect a chart and click Add
Chart to Clipboard (F10). A
clipboard icon with a check
mark appears at the end of each selected chart.

4. When finished, click Done or ESC depending on the used configuration

to exit.
5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 as needed.

Dest Arpt (F8)The active route destination airport.

 earest (F9)The nearest airport to your present position, regardless
of what is programmed in the active route (GPS position required).
 ext (F10)The next airport that appears as a waypoint in the
active route (GPS position required).
 hosen (F11)The airport entered in the Enter Waypoint text box on
the Plan page.
FliteDeck displays the Airport (Runway) chart for your departure airport.

6. On the Terminal page, click Display Previous Chart in Clipboard (F11)
and Display Next Chart in Clipboard (F12) to view the listed charts.
7. C
 lick Manage Clipboard (F9) to rearrange the order of the charts, and
remove charts from the list.

Viewing Enroute Information for the Route

NOTE: These features are only available with GPS position or the GPS simulator.
To view enroute information for a route, follow these steps:
1. Click Enroute Nav or press PAGE DOWN to view the Enroute Nav page.

4. Click the terminal chart buttons to look

at SIDs, STARs, Approach Charts, and
Airport Information.

2. Click five to six times in each of the Flight Information blocks on the left
side of the screen or press the associated function keys to examine the
types of information available. Until you start flying or simulate flying
a route, you may not see any actual data in these blocks.

5. C
 lick Select Airport (F1) to look at the charts
for a different airport in the route.
Terminal Chart icons and
function keys


Clipboard icons and function keys


Viewing Enroute Information for the Route (Continued)

Using the Jeppesen Services Update Manager (JSUM)

Congratulations, you are now using JeppView FliteDeck.

Multi-function Display users only

To learn more, refer to the Help file by going to Start > Programs > Jeppesen
> JeppView FliteDeck3 > FliteDeck3 Getting Started Help.

This section details the JSUM installation steps and how to copy terminal
chart data onto the appropriate media to update your MFD hardware.

Go to the printable Users Guide by clicking Start > Programs > Jeppesen >
JeppView FliteDeck3 > FliteDeck3 Users Guide.

For additional installation information, view the Help file at http://jsum., or go to > Support >
JSUM to follow the illustrated, step-by-step installation tutorials.

A tutorial is also available by clicking Start > Programs > Jeppesen >
JeppView FliteDeck3 > FliteDeck3 Interactive Training.

Downloading the Installer

To download the installer:

Viewing Weather in FliteDeck

Jeppesen does not sell weather receivers or XM WX subscriptions. Please
address all weather-related questions to the WxWorx contacts provided
below. Additional information and examples of the weather products are
available in the JeppView FliteDeck Users Guide and Help file.
With JeppView FliteDeck, you can view critical weather information to
keep your flight safe and enjoyable. In order to view weather, you need
a weather receiver and a subscription from XM WX.
Once connected to the receiver, you gain access to graphical products, as
well as textual information on the Airport Information page. Most of the
weather products overlay on the enroute chart and terminal chart to help
you identify areas of weather concern at a glance.
For information about receivers, please visit WxWorx on the Internet
(, or contact them at 321-751-9202. They provide detailed
information about each receiver and what works best with XM WX.
For an XM WX subscription, visit XM WX on the Internet
(, or call 1-800-985-9200 for information and
activation of your service. XM WX has a choice of service packages
providing different levels of products and pricing depending on your needs.

1. Go to
2. Click the Download JSUM v2.x link and save the JeppesenServicesSetup.
exe file on your computer where you can easily find it, such as the
Desktop. Accept any request for permission to open or download the file.
3. When the download is finished, minimize or close all browser windows.
4. Navigate to the location where you saved JeppesenServicesSetup.exe in
step 1, and continue with the installation instructions below.

Installing JSUM
If you are using the JeppView MFD Electronic Chart Data CD and
the installer does not open automatically, browse to your CD-ROM
drive and double-click JeppesenServicesSetup.exe.
If you downloaded the installer, click Run in the download dialog, or navigate
to where you saved JeppesenServicesSetup.exe and double-click the file.
Accept any requests to run the setup, and follow the Setup Wizard
instructions to install the program:
1. When the Jeppesen Services Setup Welcome window appears, click Next.
2. If the installer detects Skybound NDT, Skybound USB, or the DataLoader,
the name appears in a list of applications that must be uninstalled. Click
Next and follow the prompts to uninstall the program. Uninstalling
JeppView for MX20 is optional, but highly recommended.



Installing JSUM (Continued)

JSUM Login

3. Read the software license agreement and accept the terms. Click Next.
4. Select the path to install JSUM and click Next. It is recommended that
you use the default folder or a location where other Jeppesen programs
have been installed. If you use a different drive or folder, click Change,
then type the path or browse to the directory (folder) chosen.
5. Select a program folder and click Next.
6. If you use a SkyBound adapter, be sure to accept the device software
installation. In the XP Software Installation dialog, click Continue
Anyway. In the Vista Windows Security dialog, click Install.
7. A
 fter the program files install, select the appropriate check boxes to
place the Jeppesen Services icon on your desktop, and launch JSUM
immediately and during startup. Click Next.
8. Click Finish.
Your JSUM installation is complete. Return to page 6 to complete JeppView
installation, or use the steps below to update your MFD data card or media
and complete the JeppView installation.

What You Need to Update MFD Charts

To copy terminal chart data to your MFD hardware data card, you need
the following:
Appropriate Media Adapter and Media compatible with your MFD system:
--Iomega Zip 250MB USB-Powered External Drive with a 250MB Zip Disk

--USB Flash Drive (only applicable with Avidyne EX5000 units with
revision 6 and EX500 with revision 3 or later)

After the JSUM installer finishes, log in to JSUM on your computer.

You must have an Internet connection the first time you log in:
1. Establish an Internet connection.
2. If JSUM did not open automatically when the JSUM installer ended,
click Start > Programs > Jeppesen Services > Jeppesen Services, or click
the Jeppesen Services icon on your desktop (if you chose to create one).
3. W
 hen the JSUM login dialog opens, enter your current username
and password if you are an existing customer, or the username and
password you received when you ordered JeppView MFD. This is also
your username and password for
After login, the system checks that the Jeppesen servers are online, verifies
that you have the most recent version of the application, and downloads a
list of all your subscribed data services.

Updating Your Media

The following instructions assume that you installed the terminal chart
data on your hard drive during the JeppView Disc 1 installation, and that
you are logged into JSUM.
1. E
 nsure that your media adapter is connected to the computer and the
correct media is inserted.
2. Select your chart data service from the JSUM service list and click
Start. If you completed the JeppView Disk 1 installation, JSUM displays
100% in the Download Progress column because the charts have been
loaded and saved in JeppView.

--Secure Digital (SD) Reader/Writer and SD card

--Compact Flash (CF) Reader/Writer and CF card
Avidyne CMAX Users: Register at before
starting the following procedures. To do so, you need your Avidyne MFD
hardware 8-digit serial number found on the EX500 or EX5000 Setup or
Aux screen. During the programming phase to the datacard, you will
receive information on how to retrieve the CMax Key Code and enter it.

3. The service dialog opens with your adapter and media drive displayed.
If the adapter and media were not found, click Browse to locate the
adapter and media. If you are unable to locate the media, verify the
connection, and review the troubleshooting section in the JSUM Help file.

Internet connection



Updating Your Media (Continued)

4. Click Continue. The programming cycle writes the data to the media.
As the programming steps are successfully completed, the status bar
and the Program Progress column display the percentage complete.

CAUTION! Do not remove the media until the programming cycle is
complete! Otherwise, your data may be incomplete or corrupt.
5. After the LED on the media adapter signifies
writing is complete, safely remove the adapter by
double-clicking Safely Remove Hardware in the
system tray.
5. Click Task > Exit Application and finish the installation of Disc 2.
6. Insert Disc 2 to complete the JeppView installation process.
After you have programmed the chart data to your media, transfer the data
to your MFD system. Refer to the MFD manufacturer Users Guide to update
your MFD system. If you encounter any problems within JSUM, please refer
to the Help file by clicking Help > Help Topics in the JSUM application.

Before flying, verify that the chart data cycle in the MFD
system is correct.

If you encounter any problems while using JSUM, please refer to the Help
file by clicking Help > Help Topics in JSUM, or refer to the online resources
at > Support > JSUM.