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    raster Garmin German and Austrian Alps - Alpenvereinskarten

    Garmin Alpenvereinskarten
    maps created by German and Austrian Alpine Clubs


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    Features
    • Get ready to mountaineer the Northeastern Alps with these high-quality raster maps created by German and Austrian Alpine Clubs.
    • This map set features 40,000 searchable alpine points of interest, including shelters, villages and mountain tops.
    • Features an overview map for fast and convenient orientation as well as 59 alpine club raster maps, optimized for compatible devices.
    • Includes an alpine club mountain shelter directory with lots of helpful information, including pictures, phone numbers and altitude.
    • Offers more than 2,000 back country skiing tours, throughout Germany and Austria, with a regional sorted list of starting and ending points.
    • Provides extra labeling of the most important alpine points of interest for the perfect overview. The labels can be switched on and off, according to users preferences (compatible devices only).


    * Header-Date: 2011-03-16 *

    * Image with AV raster maps: *
    - GMAPPROM.IMG
    - FID 2424 PID 1
    - unlocked
    - 343 tiles
    - size 3.25 GB

    * Image with AV map labeling: *
    - GMAPSUPP.IMG
    - FID 2424 PID 1
    - unlocked
    - 4 tiles
    - size 795 kB

    * POI file: *
    - Alpenvereins-POIs.gpi
    - FID 4647 PID 2
    - locked
    - size 9.45 MB

    * draw priority 30 *

    * this map can only be used with compatible devices, that can show raster maps *
    (e.g. Oregon, Dakota, Montana, GPSmap62/78)

    * this map can be used on PC/Mac with BaseCamp, but not with MapSource! *

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    download size: 33x 100MB + 1x 11MB
    download format: multipart crypted RAR archive
    link format: single links, click'n'load and container formats
    Download with JDownloader or CryptLoad recommended!
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    How to use the "ReadCID.exe" included? Can I use it for reading the serial number of a SD-card? I did fail...

    Anyway thank you for the map!

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    Yes, with "ReadCID.exe" you can identify the hardware ID of SD card. But only if it is in a compatible built in cardreader (not usb card reader).

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    I run the ReadCID.exe from the SD-card in the built-in cardreader, first on a MSI Wind netbook with XP and second on a Acer Extensa 5235 with Vista but get only the black dos-window. A pity, I have been looking for some software like this for quite some time!

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    Loaded both images and the gpi on sd card of my Oregon 300. Works like a charm. The best hiking map for the Alps I've ever seen! Many thanks.

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    How to use it with BaseCamp?
    thanks!

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    is this map work on nuvi 37XX

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    Quote Originally Posted by caddis View Post
    How to use it with BaseCamp?
    thanks!
    Just copy the files onto an SD card or usb stick, using the directory stucture as given in the download. Once the SD card or the USB stick is connected to the PC, the map will show up in Basecamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr-bond View Post
    is this map work on nuvi 37XX
    AFAIK, the 37xx series cannot display raster maps. That means the POI and labels will show, but not the map itself.

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    Dumb question..

    I installed onto an SD card, and maps show great with BaseCamp. How can I read the other info in the POI's, like ski routes, hut info, hiking, etc. I am in the USA, so I assume that I can't read any of this info on my Colorado 400t until I get to Austria. Any thoughts?

 

 
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