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    Quote Originally Posted by monette999 View Post
    Can I put more than one mao on the SB card?

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    Usually plotters support one bluechart per sd,because Garmin sells them one per sd
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    To see BC in Homeport copy the gmpsupp.img in a Garmin folder in pendrive or sd.
    It's possible to view as many marine IMG files as you have room for on your memory card or USB stick.
    HomePort detects maps from the path "[X]:\Garmin\*.img". The file name(s) might be something like "VPC410S.img" instead of the common "gmapsupp.img".
    If there's also a "[X]:\Garmin\GarminDevice.xml" file there could be IMG files in paths like "[X]:\.System\*.img" and "[X]:\Map\*.img" depending on the GarminDevice.xml structure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monette999 View Post
    I am still trying to find a solution for putting two maps on SD card.

    gmapsupp.img OK

    gmapsup1.img NOK

    Shall I try all other options?
    gmapprom.img ,gmapprom1.img, gmapsupp.img, , gmapsup1.img, gmapsup2.img,Pippo.img,etc...BR
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    Yes,test...why not?

    Try also gmapbmap.img...

    Your feedback much appreciated..Tnx

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    Hello I have tried all vaiances for the Garmin 440Sx. Only the gmapsupp works on Sd card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Usually plotters support one bluechart per sd,because Garmin sells them one per sd
    Hello I have tried all vaiances for the Garmin 440Sx. Only the gmapsupp works on Sd card.
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    Furum,
    yesterday I put a 16GB SD card im my 440 SX. It works fine.

    Would it be great to have a tool to combine all Bluecharts g2 on one SD Card.

    Who can help here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monette999 View Post
    Would it be great to have a tool to combine all Bluecharts g2 on one SD Card.
    To combine multiple maps BC in a single mapset you can do with the GmapTool
    But you have to take into account two limitations:
    1) files over 4GB (less than 2 bytes)
    2) limit the total tiles (2025,normally...but for models chartplotter should be in 3000 ... but depending on the model and series)...but you can choose which you can see in supernumerary

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    Roger thank you.

    3 questions I have.

    I have some understandig issues.
    1) I cannot combine two BC with an individual size of 4.1GB but I can combine two BC with a seize of 3.9GB. Correct?
    2) limit of total tiles? What is that? How can I check what is the max tile seize for my Chartplotter?
    3) What means supernumerary?

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    1) yes....3,99GB is Ok (4GB -2B)...limit data of FAT32 (FAT>>2GB -1B)
    2) tiles of map.....your look with GmapTool in details . For ex, CN NT 3013.30 is 477 tiles (segment of map>>>>little maps)...but various value for map..also of very
    3) supernumerary : 2025 tiles max?? Your 2 maps----> 2050 tiles

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    Quoting from Ballebar's post here:
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    Use BlueChart g2 since it will never work with merged BlueChart g2 Vision charts in any Garmin unit. BlueChart g2 Vision charts must always be used in single files without extra additional data from other BlueChart g2 Vision charts.
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    Just to continue the OT on this but in clarification, and again quoting the much loved, and presently much missed, BB in regard to common misconceptions regarding the size limit of image files that can be handled by the FAT32 file system, it is actually exceeded at 4GiB(-1byte) (GiB [Gibibyte], not GB [Gigabyte]). There is a very clear and learned dissertation by Ballebar in regard to maximum image size, maximum MapIDs and maximum map tiles in his Posts #9 and 11 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Some outdoor units can handle up to 4000 tiles, most units only 2025 tiles, but all units are limited by the under 4GiB image file size imposed by FAT32.
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