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    Best option IMHO is to download Gmap folder from post n1 and build the map you need in Mapsource.
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    @jcquantum
    Your 265W cannot use gmap3d.img so don't bother with it. You could put all of NA on an SD card in a root folder named Garmin. You can have 2 maps in there, named gmapsupp.img and gmapsup1.img. Pietu in Post #2 has separate images for Lower 49 and Canada with US Border States. Good advice from catymag, you can also do a single *.img file for just US & CA from a gmap folder using Mapsource or BaseCamp/MapInstall but maybe easier for you to use the 2 ready-made images in the SD.
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    Kudos catymag and neil!!

    I want to have the file into just one file. Thus.. is mapsource the only way to combine or edit the map? The 2 Seperate files is a good idea too, I know.. then I have a question in regards to Post 2 as suggested by Neil. There is a southern US and Mexico... Are the southern States covered in the 49 States maps?

    Also, The gmapprom file, is that replacable or should I leave as is? Because when i look into the maps in the device itself.. it does still show the 201.20 map which i'm assuming is this gmapprom file. I knw the file is a pre-install that came with the device as well so if one of you great guys can clarify for me?

    As well, sNeil, since you told me that the gmap3d is not being used, do i leave that alone in the device or should I remove it to open up more room on the device?

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    In reverse order:
    Does your 265w have the original OEM maps on internal memory? If so, I'm not sure why a 3d map is present unless it was added later:

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    It can't see 3d terrain or buildings/landmarks. Remove that map.

    If the gmapprom.img is OEM or official you could back it up (along with any associated gmapprom.unl file if present) and then remove from the unit. My preference is to leave oem/official maps on the unit, but deselect them, and have current 'unofficial' maps on sd, not on the unit. If the gmapprom is 'unofficial' just delete. Don't remove gmapbmap (basemap) or tmaptz (time zone) image files. The advantage of putting unofficial maps on sd is that if something goes wrong with them or they cause problems with the functioning of the unit, you just take the card out. Don't have maps of different versions covering the same areas selected together or you'll have possible problems. Overlapping maps of the same version are fine select together.

    Not quite sure what you mean 'are the southern States covered in the [lower]49 States map'? Unless the Civil War is still active in the Deep South (OK, of course it is), the lower 49 included them. And the Southern Sates & Mexico means what it says: have a look at the coverage maps in pietu post #2:

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    EDIT: I forgot this question: 'is mapsource the only way to combine or edit the map?', but it's actually sorta covered in my earlier reply. You can also use BaseCamp/MapInstall to select parts of a map from a gmap folder to send to unit or sd, and also to combine maps to send.
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    I finally got the solution I needed to resolve my issues. Kudos for answering my questions on the file structure so i know what each file was doing. I pretty much figured out what they were but just wanted a second opinion to confirm my thoughts. From a different thread, I realized that the SD Card was not as limited as I was told before on a 2G card only. Just had to be properly formatted and placed. And from the naming method you pointed out, it worked. However, i have tried it before and didn't work even with the name method for some reason. But sure did this time.

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    why I can not see yhe links??

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    Quote Originally Posted by eduardito View Post
    why I can not see yhe links??
    Coz you havent read forum announcement in your header
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    thx~
    i'v been look for long time~

    thank you~
    how can i download it?

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    @leslie1027
    If you mean you can't see the dl links, refer to caymag's post above yours. If you don't know how to dl, see [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
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    Hi which JCV is for the Nuvi 1250?

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    hello freinds, i am still looking for the large JCV file D3060080A.JCV so if you have a 765 or a 775 please share!
    UPDATE: file D3060080A.JCV 756Mb is now available in post #33 (torrent) thanks to Ipmark !



    here is the small JCV file for the 1390, 1450 and 1490 D3153080A.JCV 43.8 Mb
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