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    that's all it should take. when you go to the "map setup" in "map" and go over to "information," the installed maps should be listed in a white scrollable box. If it's not listed, maybe the filename on the card is wrong or it's still locked. It also takes a bit longer to load after you power up with an sdcard containing a new map.

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    It did work at one point last night but then I was getting some image issues and im not sure what happened but I lost it. I have a couple questions. I probably generated more questions by reading this forum for hours last night.

    1. Do I need to add the .unl file? I thought that was taken care of with the unlocker...
    2. Does the file name have to be something specific?

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    1) .unl is useless because FID is 2568
    read: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    2) copy the unlocked gmapsupp.img in a "Garmin" folder in sd, no .unl

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    1) .unl is useless because FID is 2568
    read: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    2) copy the unlocked gmapsupp.img in a "Garmin" folder in sd, no .unl

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    This is exactly what I tried and it is not working... Are there any additional steps? I read all the tutorials and cannot figure this out. Also I tried adding that map to BaseCamp Which I cant get working. I dont quite get how to get BaseCamp to see the map file... Any insight would help. I have read everything I can find...

    I am using patched basecamp and mapinstall. Windows 7

    Do I need GMapTool at all?
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    no.

    image file, run gimgunlock on it , copy file into directory named "garmin" on sdcard. that's it.


    ...stupid question. When you say it's not working, you ARE VIEWING AN AREA INCLUDED IN THE MAP'S COVERAGE, right? For example, if i put topo spain maps on the gps but i'm panning over brazil on the GPS, it will show nothing.
    Last edited by jpooh; 23rd April 2013 at 09:51.

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    Read the thread, the solution is in previous posts, use homeport

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    Quote Originally Posted by putipu View Post
    Read the thread, the solution is in previous posts, use homeport
    I think I got it I performed a hard reset and it appeared like it was always there. I will try homeport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by putipu View Post
    Read the thread, the solution is in previous posts, use homeport
    Okay... I got HomePort installed. When I put the SD card in the computer Homeport recognized the map and started loading but then turned red halfway through...

    I am running patched Homeport... Also the map shows fine now on my GPS. What gives... How do I get HomePort to show the map? And I have read and read and just cant seem to find the answer so hopefully someone can point me in the correct direction.

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    Read post n.6 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by putipu View Post
    Read post n.6 .
    That was perfect. Exactly what I was missing. I had read that a dozen times and still missed it. So now HomePort sees the map and will show it off the thumbdrive but MapInstall wont recognize it and if I just drag it into my collection the HomePort wont show it. Is there anyway to get the map onto the C Drive so I dont need the thumbdrive?

 

 
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