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    topo Garmin Turkiye Topo 10m 2007.06 (v2.00) - MapSource & IMG

    Garmin Turkiye Topo 10m


    Basarsoft

    A Turkey topo 10mt from Basarsoft , missing in our database , map covers all the region-

    Topo Turkye gmapsupp.img, length 557858816
    Header: 19.07.2007 00:28:04, DSKIMG, xor 00h, Ms 0
    Mapset: Turkiye Topo 10m 2007 06

    Unlocked map
    FID 809

    gmapsupp.rar (473,3 MB)

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    Post Turkiye TOPO 10m 2007.06 [MapSource]

    Türkiye TOPO 10m - June 2007 (v2.00)
    MapSource version / Non-NT / Routable


    81430d1289190164 garmin turkiye topo 10m 2007 06 v2 00 %5Bmapsource%5D %5Bimg%5D install 1
    Haziran = June

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    Had this in my archives since over 2 years back in time.
    If there's some interest for the IMG version then I guess that the MapSource version would also be welcomed here.

    Download genuine MapSource install - Turkiye TOPO 10m 2007.06:


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    RAR archive with ISO disk image. Map is NOT locked (FID 809).

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    Hi all of you. I am developing a new European longdistance hiking trail from Vienna to Istanbul thru 7 countries. I hope some of you may help with GPS data and maps. Thanks. Sedat

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    Default Turkey topo map

    Hi,

    Is there any updated topo map for Turkey?
    If so can someone share a link to it?
    The sole I found was dated 2008.
    many thanks

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    Hope someone can help me out with a question.

    I just installed Ballebar's MS version from post no2.

    All went well and I've tested it in Mapsource and although the map seems complete and routes calculate without a problem, they don't have any elevation data (ie the profile tab is greyed out in mapsource on the route)

    Is this how it is meant to work? ie the topo functionality is only available as contour lines on the GPS unit screen? Or did something go wrong with my installation?

    Many thanks for any replies

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    Topo in post n2 gives just contours lines. If you want elevation data too download the one from post n1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Topo in post n2 gives just contours lines. If you want elevation data too download the one from post n1.
    Sorry - a few additional questions on that point.

    I'm assuming that means I can convert the img file from post 1 to mapsource and get the elevation data from within mapsource? Or only on the GPS unit if the img is placed directly on the SD card?

    If I can use it within mapsource, can I install it with the mapsource version in post 2 already installed and would it show as 2 different maps or would I have to de-install the original mapsource version from post 2 first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by velomad View Post
    Sorry - a few additional questions on that point.

    I'm assuming that means I can convert the img file from post 1 to mapsource and get the elevation data from within mapsource? Or only on the GPS unit if the img is placed directly on the SD card?
    On both:pc with splitted files for MS and in gps after copying the .img
    If I can use it within mapsource, can I install it with the mapsource version in post 2 already installed and would it show as 2 different maps
    You can, you'll have both in MS
    or would I have to de-install the original mapsource version from post 2 first?
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    Mirror of Mapsource map in post #2:
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