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    Quote Originally Posted by timp4411 View Post
    Hmmmm.. I installed this then launched the program and get a message that the "Demonstration features" have expired. And then the next screen asks for a Product Key and serial number.

    Will it still keep working regardsless of these nag screens?

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    You must replace Fugawi45.exe with the patched Fugawi45.exe file located in the rar file

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenta2 View Post
    You must replace Fugawi45.exe with the patched Fugawi45.exe file located in the rar file
    GREAT... That seemed to do it !

    How about software version updates ? Does this do it automatically, or does each version require a patched exe ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by timp4411 View Post
    GREAT... That seemed to do it !
    Do you mean you managed to import a gmapsupp .img file and open it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drammer View Post
    Do you mean you managed to import a gmapsupp .img file and open it?

    I think he meant for patching application

    For IMG on Fugawi,read this,please [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    Fugawi Global Navigator. It also can read Garmin img Maps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drammer View Post
    Do you mean you managed to import a gmapsupp .img file and open it?
    Quote Originally Posted by roger1109 View Post
    I think he meant for patching application

    For IMG on Fugawi,read this,please [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].......
    When you read that thread which was spun-off from here, you'll see that Fugawi only reads Garmin 'legacy' (non-NT) image format (Roger would call that 'standard' - Private joke) . It doesn't read Bluecharts, NT, or even pseudo-NT (quasi-NT).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    ..... (Roger would call that 'standard' - Private joke) .....
    Small OT>>> Excellent memory ... my compliments


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    Roger, over and out.

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    Oh dear me! This is SO far OT that I would trash my own post if i was a Mod, but that is wrong and conflicting terminology perpetuated by American cop shows. In correct radio-telephone voice procedure, civil & military etc, these are the meanings of those common prowords:

    'Roger' means "I have received your last transmission satisfactorily (and understood it)" (So far so good, we know it was really just a pun by drammer on the nick of roger1109)

    'Over' means "This is the end of my transmission to you and a response or answer is necessary"
    'Out' means "This is the end of my transmission to you and no response or answer is required or expected"

    Ergo: 'Over' and 'Out' used together is a nonsense.

    Sorry Caty/ddabcd277 et al, got it out of my system now... trash away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qrumba View Post
    Yes, I know, but HomePort cannot use the GPS data from my Oregon, i.e. position, direction, speed etc. (like nRoute can for instance)!
    So why don't you use nRoute? You can use g2 maps in combination with Homeport / nRoute if you split the g2 maps (or .img topo maps) with GmapTool + cGPSMapper, unlock the resulting map with mapsource unlocker and install the map via the bat file.
    This method is also interesting if you use just Homeport: you don't need a flash card.
    As the graphics support of nRoute is a bit old you don't get the eye-candy Homeport offers but all the navigation info is there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drammer View Post
    So why don't you use nRoute? You can use g2 maps in combination with Homeport / nRoute if you split the g2 maps (or .img topo maps) with GmapTool + cGPSMapper, unlock the resulting map with mapsource unlocker and install the map via the bat file.
    This method is also interesting if you use just Homeport: you don't need a flash card.
    As the graphics support of nRoute is a bit old you don't get the eye-candy Homeport offers but all the navigation info is there.
    Yep, thought that might work, so tried exactly what you said, great to see the VEU706L-V14 in Homeport without sd card. But........ can not get nRoute to hold a gps signal from my 76 cx. this happens on OS Vista, running in XP mode connected to usb, and also on another laptop OS XP also connected by usb.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated as I am unable to find any info on nRoute on the forum. I would have thought the nRoute program would have been listed in the Garmin programs sticky ?????? maybe I need to change my

 

 
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