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    Quote Originally Posted by nivito View Post
    This maps are not routable right?
    Yes you are right this map is not routable
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    can please somebody tell me step by step on instlling world map v5 into mapsource..
    i already extract but can't find .exe to install it to mapsource

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    Quote Originally Posted by matana View Post
    can please somebody tell me step by step on instlling world map v5 into mapsource..
    i already extract but can't find .exe to install it to mapsource
    Mainly I see this as one step - Just run "WorldMap_v5.exe" and follow the instructions there.
    If we break down what happens with "WorldMap_v5.exe" you will have this sub-steps.
    1. Run "WorldMap_v5.exe".
    2. Answer "Yes" on UAC control if applicable.
    3. Press "Accept" button on License screen.
    4. If you use the default settings, just press "Install", otherwise change the path to your own specific GMAP directory. If you use a non default directory you will need to create a GMAP shortcut link in the default directory that points to the specific GMAP map directory.

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    Download WorldMap_v5.gmap in a WinRAR SFX archive with default installation to "C:\ProgramData\Garmin\Maps".

    Either run the EXE-file or extract with WinRAR, WinZip, 7-zip or similar tool.
    Screen from running "WorldMap_v5.exe":
    101543d1352572977 worldmap v5 00 wm v5



    Screen from opening "WorldMap_v5.exe" with WinRAR:
    101544d1352573641 worldmap v5 00 wm v5 opened in winrar
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    Default Garmin WorldMap v5 Torrent

    Garmin WorldMap v5

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    Torrent for Garmin WorldMap v5 image file added as an attachment.

    Image size: 123 MB

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    Last edited by paintlaca; 10th December 2012 at 15:16. Reason: torrent fixed

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    Link for torrent file only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballebar View Post
    [*]If you use the default settings, just press "Install", otherwise change the path to your own specific GMAP directory. If you use a non default directory you will need to create a GMAP shortcut link in the default directory that points to the specific GMAP map directory.
    Great note, and saved my day!
    finally I found a way to move all those map-related Gigas from my nearly full c: drive to another drive - basecamp finds them now.

    (gave pos.rep. too)

    f

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    Looking at
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    Yes, tutorials are great, but in this case, I did not see there that 'trick' to use a simple

    "shortcut link in the default directory that points to the specific GMAP map directory."

    it is very easy and safe way to do it, even a 'clumsy' person like me can't make any 'disaster' with it!

    best, f

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    I am not the expert,but I use MapReverseConverter and convert any Gmap in C drive to any drive I choose.After I delete Gmap in C drive. I have a solid state C drive And space is at premium

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    @Rudy_P
    Are you using MapReverseConverter because you're wanting an older version of MS, v6.13.3 or earlier, to handle your maps? If that's not the reason then there is no need to be using MRC just to relocate your GMAP folders. Read this Post 2 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] as linked above by catymag, or you can just leave shortcuts in the default directory pointing to your maps new location on another drive, also stated above.
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