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    Default Time Zone Map v9.00 (GMAPTZ.IMG)

    Time Zone Map software version 9.00
    as of November 3, 2011


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    Changes made from version 7.00 to 9.00:

    Updated timezone database.


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    If you have an older version of GMAPTZ.img in your Garmin unit then extract the RAR-archive followed by copy and replace with GMAPTZ.img v9.0.

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    It's also possible to use Garmin WebUpdater. Either directly connected to internet or by first downloading the TimeZoneMap_900.rgn and then applying that according to the following instructions.
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    could the time zone map be loaded to mapsource then transferred from mapsource to gpsr?

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    Could someone please explain, why 'TimeZoneMap_900.rgn' is needed to download GMAPTZ on one computer and install from another?
    Would it be a mistake just to transfer the gmaptz.img file to any other computer and then copy it manually to the Nuvi's drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by elig99 View Post
    Could someone please explain, why 'TimeZoneMap_900.rgn' is needed to download GMAPTZ on one computer and install from another?
    Would it be a mistake just to transfer the gmaptz.img file to any other computer and then copy it manually to the Nuvi's drive?
    You can copy gmaptz.img file from one device to any other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elig99 View Post
    Could someone please explain, why 'TimeZoneMap_900.rgn' is needed to download GMAPTZ on one computer and install from another
    Not all have a file operations as friends. In case with TimeZoneMap_900.rgn it is enough tp put this file in webupdater.exe.
    But if you know as copy files just copy it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    Not all have a file operations as friends. In case with TimeZoneMap_900.rgn it is enough tp put this file in webupdater.exe.
    But if you know as copy files just copy it!
    Now in English?

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    The one love to copy file himself. The another use webupdater...
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    Is this unique to specific Garmin models? Or can I view in Nuvi250, Oregon, MobilePC? Do I have to rename it to Gmapsupp..

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    Quote Originally Posted by HaraldGPS View Post
    Is this unique to specific Garmin models? Or can I view in Nuvi250, Oregon, MobilePC? Do I have to rename it to Gmapsupp..
    No, as said in this thread,in case of TimeZoneMap_900.rgn it is enough to drag this file in webupdater.exe on desktop, having you device USB attached and it will be installed.
    Correct name in gps is GMAPTZ.img and it sets your timezone in your device. It is present in every gps, I guess
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    This file should automatically update in basecamp if you go to "Tools>Check for Software Update on Selected Device", updated on my Nuvifone

 

 
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