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    Default Garmin Mexico GPS Atlas 2010 v5.2 mapsource + IMG

    Garmin Mexico GPS Atlas 2010 v5.2 mapsource


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    FEATURES

    Full and updated highway coverage all over the country.

    Over 600,000 kilometers of highways, roads, streets, unpaved roads and trails all over the country

    Street detail with auto routing for over 3000 cities throughout the country

    Auto routing and navigation feature in highways, streets, unpaved roads, double and single tracks

    Address search with house number in the downtown area of Mexico City (Miguel Hidalgo, Cuajimalpa, Cuauhtemoc and Benito Juarez sectors); Naucalpan in State of Mexico; Guadalajara, Tonala, Tlaquepaque Zapopan, Ajijic and Chapala in Jalisco; Monterrey, Nuevo Leon; Palenque in Chiapas; Empalme in Sonora; Valladolid in Yucatán and Ciudad Canatlan in Durango. The 2010 edition adds this feature in Merida in Yucatan; San Pedro Garza Garcia in Nuevo Leon; Culiacan in Sinaloa; Alvaro Obregon, Coyoacan and Tlalpan Sectors in Mexico City

    Simple Word street search. It is not needed to write the full street name to make a search. Just type the basic street name and the search results will show you all the possible choices containing that name within the search parameters.

    More than 280,000 towns and rural locations.

    Over 70,000 urban Points of Interest data base such as restaurants, shopping centers, gas stations, banks, hospitals, government buildings, and more in cities such as Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Veracruz, Cancun and the Mayan Riviera, Merida, Puerto Vallarta, Villahermosa, San Carlos and others. The 2010 version adds points of interest in cities such as Cabo San Lucas, La Paz, San José del Cabo, Loreto, Hermosillo, Chihuahua, Mexico City, Acapulco, Guadalajara, Toluca, Cuernavaca, Morelia, Monterrey, Oaxaca, Mazatlan, Merida, Puerto Escondido, Nuevo Laredo, Reynosa, Matamoros, Ciudad Victoria, Altamira, Tampico, Ciudad Madero, Miramar and within 300 more cities.

    Trailer & Motor Home Parks as well as camping sites in Mexico

    Hangliding and Delta Wing take off points throughout the country. Identified as Sports Airport.

    Extensive, over 45,000 points of interest database including geographical features such as beaches, mountains, lakes, dams, rivers and so forth.

    Over 2000 gas stations along the Mexican Highways network.

    International and state boundaries, lakes, rivers, national parks.

    Lakes, Dams, Islands, Rivers and National Parks

    Contours at 50 meter (164 Ft) for the Baja Peninsula and 100 meter (328 Ft) interval for the remainder of the country.

    20 meter contour intervals in selected Outdoor activity regions

    Changelog
    24/DICIEMBRE/2009
    AMS 2010 Version 5.2
    New search for addresses in the cities of Queretaro and San Juan del Rio
    It adds the new toll highway from Monterrey to Saltillo
    It adds the issuance of Guanajuato Comonfort
    This corrects the names of Uruapan and Texcoco had been changed
    New model of routing on roads in Yucatan and Quintana Roo
    The city is added in Jalisco Jarretaderas
    Corrections and improvements by feedback from our users

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    Pid: 34


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    execute file----unlock with keygen v1.5 use 5 digit keygen & pid=34, fid=12080

    unlocking with keygen v1.5 you must add both the pid=34 & fid=12080

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    mapsource supplied by gadev thanks

    update v.5.3 in post 15
    Last edited by catymag; 3rd March 2010 at 23:00.
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    thank u Cathy, ill try it.
    I hope this time the streets are accurate...

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    Greetings, this is my first post... I admit that I am a real ludite when trying to load maps, etc.

    I downloaded the Mexico Atlas 2010 v 5.2 and installed it in c:\bicamaps/

    thanks

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    Last edited by fjcruzn; 15th January 2010 at 21:12. Reason: Found my own solution!

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    DUH! I figured out how to use the key generator and it worked! I had to close then reopen Mapsource to get it to load, but it is working great! Thanks to all!

    cheers,

    dale

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    Catymag............I followed your instructions and generated a key and then launched mapsource and tried to unlock the file. The only option that was given was to unlock online. Is this what I should try?

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    Last edited by catymag; 26th February 2010 at 05:09.
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
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    Catymag..........thanks, that is all i needed to get it to work..........your help is greatly appreciated

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    Just an FYI. I dunno why, but the Mexico NT Maps dont have much coverage at all in Cancun. It does have very good coverage in Playa Del Carmen. The Bicimapas have very coverage for both. However, some of the info like roads may have errors. I have contacted Bicimaps before on this issue. BTW, if heading to Cancun this spring break, make sure you have your passport as it's soon a requirement to gain entry into Mexico.

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    Thank you very much!

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    I can get the map to unlock, but can only get limited detail because the map detail is locked. Any help on how to unlock the detail is appreciated!

    Thanks

    dale

 

 
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