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    Newbie here. The internet contains a lot of information about how to decompose an .IMG file for use on a PC, but I want to do the opposite. On my PC, I have a mapset stored as a set of files with extension .GMP, each in its own subfolder. My device (Nuvi 200) requires a mapset to be stored as a single file named gmapsupp.img. I want to create an IMG file from the GMP files. Can anyone here tell me how to do that?

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    Do you have a complete gmap folder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hondaman View Post
    I have a mapset stored as a set of files with extension .GMP, each in its own subfolder.
    You may use gMapTool SW from SW section but not only GMP files was needed for working gmapsupp.img. You are Newbie and so you do not know all tricks. The easiest way for you to use Garmin MapInstall for install your mapset and transfer ready to use map in your device...
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