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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggps View Post
    Panmat - your a true legend!! I just redone with the checksum fix, renewed on the gps and it's showing in true OS beauty!!
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    Yeah!!! I got the same feeling when I received this map..

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    I have just tried to transfer Maps, waypoints, routes and tracks to Mapsource from my Device/Sd card. It stated no maps found. Can this full UK map be used in mapsource?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggps View Post
    I have just tried to transfer Maps, waypoints, routes and tracks to Mapsource from my Device/Sd card. It stated no maps found. Can this full UK map be used in mapsource?
    Base map will read the maps on the device but not at the quality that is shown on the device more like City Navigator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggps View Post
    I have just tried to transfer Maps, waypoints, routes and tracks to Mapsource from my Device/Sd card. It stated no maps found. Can this full UK map be used in mapsource?
    It's not a MapSource map. Better use Garmin BaseCamp to view Garmin IMG files directly from the device or memory card.

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    on pc tweaking the file with gmaptool
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    To find sd card id try the following

    download readcid.exe

    Insert Memorycard into Card Reader

    Run READCID.EXE

    Note down serial number example C4ED8285
    Convert this number from Hex to Dec example C4ED8285 hex = 3303899781
    Use Jetmouse key with Fix to get Unlock code.

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    If you like it complicated, do it as whitedrag0n wrote .

    But if you want it simply, start command prompt, change to the drive-letter of your card [such as E:] and type vol. The displayed volume serial number you can use unhyphenated in the keygen. It is not necessary to convert from Hex to Dez.

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    Default RE: Getting CID value from a memory card

    Quote Originally Posted by p!xeldealer View Post
    If you like it complicated, do it as whitedrag0n wrote .

    But if you want it simply, start command prompt, change to the drive-letter of your card [such as E:] and type vol. The displayed volume serial number you can use unhyphenated in the keygen. It is not necessary to convert from Hex to Dez.
    Hoax or some stupid joke?
    Sorry but the VOL command doesn't have anything to do with the CID of a memory card. The volume ID changes after a reformat of a drive. It's also possible to change a volume id by a command. The CID is something completely different and will NEVER change for a specific memory card.

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    Furthermore it's even more complicated than whitedrag0n suggests. "READCID.EXE" application will only work if the memory card reader is attached directly to the PCI bus. No USB type of memory card reader will have the capability to access the CID parameters through the USB API.

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    currently works only on Vista 64. Weirdly it only works when compiled for the x86 platform (the build target in visual studio). When I tried it on Vista 32 I got invalid handle errors. Sheesh. The other biggy is that it only works when the SD Card is plugged into a reader that is attached directly to the pci bus. If USB is involved in the chain, then the DeviceIOControl messages go to the USB host controller, and it doesn't understand them.
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    But it works with the volume serial number - I often used it!

    And I need no additional software - I can use it on every Windows system.

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    Ballebar is correct it is a little more complicated than i first thought but it works for me on my laptop.

    Yes you do need a SD card reader that is attched to the PCI Bus.

    It also appears to work under windows 7 as this is my currect operating system

    As for what p!xeldealer about the vol being the serial number this is a bullshit. The vol will change with each format. Try it and you will see.

    CID is the only real way to get you sd card id I know because i tryed it myself and it dont work.

 

 
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