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    boat Garmin Lakes (17,000 freshwater lakes in U.S.)

    Garmin Lakes
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    96080d1328343800 garmin lakes 17 000 freshwater lakes u s cf lg
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    Version: 2.00
    Released: November, 2011
    Part Number: 010-C1073-00


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    See detailed shoreline, shaded depth contours, coastlines, streams, channels and more on your compatible device. This mapping product covers more than 17,000 freshwater lakes, reservoirs and rivers throughout the continental U.S.


    Features
    • Includes Safety Shading so you can input and shade minimum depth on your compatible device
    • Displays high-definition shoreline and bathymetry on select lakes
    • Displays interstates, highways and general roads to help you get to the water
    • Provides data on tide predictions stations
    • Displays boat ramps, fuel stations, marinas, campgrounds and fishing locations (where available)



    Coverage

    Features comprehensive coverage of more than 17,000 freshwater lakes throughout the continental U.S.


    Coverage area:
    96081d1328343963 garmin lakes 17 000 freshwater lakes u s cm md


    Download locked US_GarminLakes_Full.img file compressed inside a 1 RAR-archive (extracted file size is 1 737 818 112 bytes ~= 1.61 GiB):




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    GMapTool shows that this is a g2 chart, as the Mapset name is "Garmin Lakes g2" V 2.00 MapID 2568.
    But since it also shows "F: PID 0, FID 0, HUS600R", you'd think this Mapset would be named "HUS600R-Garmin Lakes g2" based on previous g2 charts.
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    For some reason I can't get HomePort to show this chart img locked or unlocked (but it works fine in a GPS).

    The attached .rar file below contains a .dlc container file of the links in the OP.
    Extract it and run either JDownloader or CryptLoad, then drag the extracted .dlc file into either program window.
    BTW, I got the best download speed from the crocko.com links (only @ 100K though).
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    For some reason I can't get HomePort to show this chart..........help

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    WknThDg,

    I have the exact same problem. I D/L the 15 parts and extracted them and used Fast Image Unlocker on the IMG.

    I loaded the IMG onto a Micro SD card and tried to get it to show using Homeport AND I tried Basecamp too. No Luck

    As Homeport or Basecamp try to read the IMG off of the card, there is a Progress status bar that show green at first and after about 1/2 thru, the progress status bar turns red and that's the end of it.

    Thinking that maybe the FIU didn't work, I loaded the Locked image figuring that I would just get some sort of "Can't Unlock Map" message.

    But the same thing ocurred with the status bar. Green... then red... and nothing.

    I also tried downloading all 15 parts again thinking maybe one of the parts was corrupt in the d/l process. But there was still the same result.

    I have not tried putting the card uinto my Montana 650t yet... but I'll do that next.

    It's VERY weird that HomePort and Basecamp won't read the IMG but it works in the GPS.

    I'll post back and let you know if it works in my Montana.
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    Interesting..... I too have tried placing the card into my Montana and, just as WknThDg experienced..... the g2 Lakes chart showed up and appeared to display properly.

    Now why in the world did it not work in Homeport of Basecamp ?

    This is a mystery. And, unfortunately, beyond my knowledge.

    I would think if Garmin has put some other new method of blocking/locking on the card, it would have given me a "Can't Unlock Maps" message at the very least.

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    This is quite an easy one for me. I like challenges.

    1 - Unlock using Fast IMG Unlocker or similar. My copy still has locked images.
    2 - Open the .img file with GMapTool
    3 - In GMapTool > Write > Set Transparency = transparent > Write All
    4 - Copy the new US_GarminLakes_Full.img to the \Garmin folder on a USB thumb drive.
    5 - Open Garmin HomePort - The mapset now appears as "Garmin Lakes g2"

    Have fun.

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    scubadoo,

    Thanks for those directions... I'll give it a try tomorrow when I get to my PC.

    I'll post back my results..... but it sounds like you already know what it will be.....

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    timp4411

    Make sure you backup the original file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubadoo View Post
    This is quite an easy one for me. I like challenges.

    1 - Unlock using Fast IMG Unlocker or similar. My copy still has locked images.
    2 - Open the .img file with GMapTool
    3 - In GMapTool > Write > Set Transparency = transparent > Write All
    4 - Copy the new US_GarminLakes_Full.img to the \Garmin folder on a USB thumb drive.
    5 - Open Garmin HomePort - The mapset now appears as "Garmin Lakes g2"

    Have fun.
    Thanks!
    BTW... no need to unlock for HomePort use, but if I do, Fast IMG Unlocker does unlock all images for me.
    Setting the transparency with GMapTool was the only step I needed for HomePort to display this particular chart.
    Having to use GMapTool to do this should not be needed though.... an over-site on Garmin's part I guess.
    Last edited by WknThDg; 9th February 2012 at 01:49.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubadoo View Post
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    Make sure you backup the original file.
    Thanks for the reminder... It's SOP.

 

 
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