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    Quote Originally Posted by dasilvarsa View Post
    @rosanna, I phoned a friend.

    Clean formatted fat32 SD Card must be available but not inserted in the device.
    Device must be in MTP mode. (if applicable)
    sorry for my question ..
    the sd should be clean so i can NOT store on the sd poi like cyclops or other pois and oxford translator , right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosanna View Post
    sorry for my question ..
    the sd should be clean so i can NOT store on the sd poi like cyclops or other pois and oxford translator , right?
    You can keep on your SD POI, Oxford Translator and whatever else do you want, but your SD free space must be big enough to store the whole map including ASR, JCV and so on. If you have a 32GB sd card you can store even films and map at the same time. You need about 6GB free space on your SD card to store City Navigator with all additional files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by voyager56 View Post
    You can keep on your SD POI, Oxford Translator and whatever else do you want, but your SD free space must be big enough to store the whole map including ASR, JCV and so on. If you have a 32GB sd card you can store even films and map at the same time. You need about 6GB free space on your SD card to store City Navigator with all additional files.
    i thought 4gb sd was enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosanna View Post
    i thought 4gb sd was enough
    I doubt. Some time ago I tried to update map to CNE 2013.30 on 4GB SD card and failed because of not enough free space.
    But this will happen in case you will use GarminMapUpdater. If you just copy necessary files from PC to SD it might be enough 4GB.

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    hi

    i got in my hands a different garmin model (more cheap )with last europe map update , and the updater moved some files to the sd
    woud be nice a script (a bat) file to move these files to sd to force map updater to use the sd
    sadly i did not print or save the folders structure

    maybe someone can do this bat file

    cheers
    Merry Xmas!

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    Add Garmindevice.xml from this nuvi on USB stick in folder Garmin and run mapupdater.
    Then you add manualy some file on nuvi and some in SD
    If you wish, you can [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Add Garmindevice.xml from this nuvi on USB stick in folder Garmin and run mapupdater.
    Then you add manualy some file on nuvi and some in SD
    no , it will download many files
    the mapupdater in some units , without enough free space , leaves some files in the garmin unit and i guess the map and jvs conjunction files on the sd
    Last edited by rosanna; 25th December 2012 at 15:24.

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    I also use 4GB SD and it sufficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimagiclovers View Post
    I also use 4GB SD and it sufficient.
    hi
    may i know which nuvi have you?
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Add Garmindevice.xml from this nuvi on USB stick in folder Garmin and run mapupdater.
    Then you add manualy some file on nuvi and some in SD
    Quote Originally Posted by rosanna View Post
    no , it will download many files
    the mapupdater in some units , without enough free space , leaves some files in the garmin unit and i guess the map and jvs conjunction files on the sd
    @rosanna
    You are probably misunderstanding what Loly is saying. Don't use your unit with an sd card in it when you run MapUpdater. He is saying to make a 'fake unit' to fool MapUpdater (you can also do it with WebUpdater) to download ALL the files in one place onto a large enough USB stick, or a usb attached sd or microsd. You can then copy over whatever appropriate files which fit onto your unit's memory, and put the rest of the files onto an sd provided they are appropriate to go there (eg Maps & JCV etc).
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