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    You can see .IMGs in Basecamp, also locked ones
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    How does this compare with the map included in the North America file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pandapanda View Post
    How does this compare with the map included in the North America file?
    If you are referring to NT put out by Garmin, this is topographic and contains MUCH more dirt roads, parks, trails info. NT NA has pretty good coverage of main roads, ATMs, but is blank when you leave urban areas....

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    Current version is 2013... anyone seen it yet?

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    Hi I finished to download the GPS Atlas V70 .exe file and run. When this finish to install create a folder in to my C: unit with the name Bicimapas Inside I have two .img with the name MexicoGPSMAP12_MDR.IMG and MexicoGPSmap12.img and other two file with te extension .mdx and .tdb, and another folder with the name imgs and ther I have 66 .img files. I use gmap tool to export to mapsource like this.

    -Open the gmaptool
    -Go to options, enable advanced options/select the rout to cgpsmapper.exe
    -Go tab files/drag all the .img (this .img is the two for the principal folder and the 66 .img files for the secondary folder)
    -Go tab Split/Select the ouput directory files/ Select Compile Preview Map/ Put a name into Mapset name/ Select Mapset FID and put this ones FID 1820 PID 30
    -Split All
    -And copy the unlock mapset.exe into the output directory (the files gmaptool create)
    -Run the .bat file

    But when I open the mapsource is nothing there, What I make wrong?? Helpppppp!!!!

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    Running the .exe you installed the map in Mapsource, no need anything else. Just unlock if it's locked with linked unlocker in post n2
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    Ok, I do all the stuff again, but I dont use the unlock mapset, I run the mapsource I have the start message Bicimapas to unlock select unlock regions, Creat a Key with the FID and PID number. I this show me in the region bicimapas, But I can't see the map in mapsource.

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    OK, I do it like this but I can't see the map in to the mapsource. What else I need to do?? Thanks

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    @ zabdi3l

    If the map is properly installed and unlocked in MS,test with (in MapSource) View>Switch to product.....choose the map

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    Quote Originally Posted by zabdi3l View Post
    OK, I do it like this but I can't see the map in to the mapsource. What else I need to do?? Thanks
    go to Menu/View/and uncheck basemap only
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