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    I found that below this options i have a lost version of Iberica map 2011.10 and since garmin cant have 2 maps active at once, maybe the error came from this... I unckeck the old map now
    What file correspond to this old version in internal memory, gmapsupp?


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    Use Gmaptool,please, for check map in your device.
    You must remove all maps and leave only the latest release of map,please....and so testing

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    Quote Originally Posted by b22c View Post
    I only have the file in sd card gmapsupp image and in the internal memory inside garmin folder i have:

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    Quote Originally Posted by b22c View Post
    I found that below this options i have a lost version of Iberica map 2011.10 ...
    What file correspond to this old version in internal memory, gmapsupp?
    The Iberica 2011.10 is most likely the gmapprom.img based on the file dates. However, as Roger has advised, using Gmap Tool will positively identify the corresponding IMG file.

    [Edit] You can also manually isolate the corresponding file by a process of elimination. Just rename the IMG files one at a time (e.g., gmapxxxx.img to gmapxxxx.bak), restart GPS, and check the 'Map Info' screen to see which file is which mapset. FYI. [/Edit]
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    Ok gmapprom is the old map, i will delete that file. Should i delete also the files

    gmapprom.sum
    gmapprom.unl

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    .sum can be trashed.
    Should i delete also the files
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    Quote Originally Posted by tli View Post
    [Edit] You can also manually isolate the corresponding file by a process of elimination. Just rename the IMG files one at a time (e.g., gmapxxxx.img to gmapxxxx.bak), restart GPS, and check the 'Map Info' screen to see which file is which mapset. FYI. [/Edit]
    It's much easier to use the program [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Gives you the right information of the img-files and you can also see which maptiles are in the mapset.

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    I delete the old map files, use programs you said and i think it is solved. Many thanks

 

 
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