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    Quote Originally Posted by ddabcd277 View Post
    A stupidity or duality of Garmin! The free OSM maps are illegal maps!!!
    What do you think about this then?
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    can anybody help me ??...I fellow all the instructions to install the map that i want (OSM based Asia Maps for Garmin fenix ) ,, i clicked at batch file "install_MAP.bat", my computer said the map had installed successfully , but when i used Mapinstall to open the file, it said can't open the tdb file....did i miss out some important step , i don't know what to do ...hope that someone can teach me to fix this problem

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    may be files are damaged , use JaVaWa GMTK to check:
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    .....JaVaWa GMTK checks the maps extensively and reports errors when found. Faulty maps are coloured red in the overview. Via "Info" you can see what is wrong and whether they are repairable......
    PS: files on server are ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    may be files are damaged , use JaVaWa GMTK to check:
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    .....JaVaWa GMTK checks the maps extensively and reports errors when found. Faulty maps are coloured red in the overview. Via "Info" you can see what is wrong and whether they are repairable......
    PS: files on server are ok.
    I still can't open the file x( ... can i install a .img file for hong kong into my fenix instead of this file ?

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    @richard1102

    Yep,
    but did you read how-to ?
    And last but not least use the "cutted-by-yourself"
    I think it's well-explained all over the previous posts..

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    should i use the GMap tool to install the img file into my fenix ?

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    No, MapInstall (Part of BaseCamp)

    Max. size of the image should no be greater than max. 10-15MB

    Free space on the fenix without gpx, fit and poi files is 23MB. For FW update are also needted free space of 5MB.
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    after i clicked the batch file of the map set and install it into my pc , how can i open the map in MapInstall ,then install in to my fenix ?

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    Install Basecamp, open Mapinstall and transfer img to your fenix.
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    i successfully installed the map that i wanted into my garmin fenix , but when i tried to take a look where a specific way point is located from my watch , the watch didn't show any map ,, is there any way i can fix this problem? thx ....

 

 
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