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    Default HELP required: Loading maps and jvc files etc onto Nivi 3590LT

    hi can anyone please advise on how to load maps onto Nuvi 3590LT as I don't have LMT.

    the last update allowed me to update my maps, but now that has expired and I am not sure what files all to copy over onto Nuvi without causing it to lose the JVC files etc.

    if there is a post dealing with this please point me to it.

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    ED

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    All these are applicable to your 3590 and listed in the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]:

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    Your 3590 Should have LMT "Look in the box for a Card that is printed with "nuMaps Lifetime Southern Africa"
    The Card is black "Credit Card Size".
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    thanks for responses.

    yes I know. but the box I got was Only 3590 LT.

    the LMT versions came soon after the original launch.

    ok I see the format as noted in your post.

    so which maps do I delete and copy the new updated maps?

    do I do the same with the 3D and .JVC files and .ASR and .SID etc delete old and copy newer ones onto Garmin.

    the new ones I have are all unlocked. would I need to update the .gma????

    thanks

    ED
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    Please thoroughly read the links i posted, but in brief:
    Remove and replace all earlier series detail map img files along with their related 3D image and JCV files, also remove and replace earlier map related *.asr & *.srx files from ASR folder [leave the language related *.srd files in place or Voice Command won't work].

    Before doing anything, make a full backup of your unit and then delete any gma/unl code files from the unit for the detail map[/s] you intend replacing. Unlocked maps do not use those files and leaving them can create problems with later map versions.
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