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    Quote Originally Posted by juanga View Post
    Run in Nuvi 200?

    Anyone try this? or just in etrex?
    This map does not work in the nuvi models etrex model works

    here under "compatible devices" can you see wish device some works

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenta2 View Post
    This map does not work in the nuvi models etrex model works

    here under "compatible devices" can you see wish device some works

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    Since this has data from bicimapas and on the bici webpage it shows a nuvi (and their bici mexico topos always worked with nuvis), it should work with a nuvi (at least a 14xx series), but it may be the shading will not work. Bici did not have shading that appears with this Garmin version. After loading this into a nuvi it appears to work fine, but as stated earlier one area in baja at a close zoom had some blocks with shading that did not work. Labels, trails, tracks and contour lines appeared normal, although the trails in basecamp show as dotted lines, in nuvi they are thin gray lines. So for offroad navigating it should do the job.
    Load it into basecamp or mapsource (I like gmap to convert the imgs) for a specific area and compare.

    This was confirmation from Garmin - The Garmin TOPO Mexico map is made up of bici 2012 data ...this type of TOPO map looks better on a handheld device than a Nuvi. ..elevation shading and searching for outdoor specific POIs for summits, lakes, etc will not work. Gas stations, etc search does function.


    Since this is primarily an "offroad" map searching is not as necessary, if searching for features were, one could use Basecamp/Mapsource.....If searching were needed on a nuvi (but nuvi does not have a mountain/river/lake search as do the "compatible" handhelds) see -
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    The subject garmin map may still be nuvi searchable for the nuvi menu search items (cities, gas stations, etc)....


    One way to convert imgs to mapsource (post 14):
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    Last edited by floydo; 1st August 2013 at 23:05. Reason: Updated with nuvi test results and Garmin comments

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    Yes, it works great on nüvi 255W, i tested.

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    i just got a 3590 with all NA maps anyone know if downloading this topo from mex will improve someting on my unit?

    thanks

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    Having downloaded TOPO Mexico v2.0 and installed it on my nuvi 650's SD card, I find that Map Info is greyed out. Connecting the nuvi to my computer via USB, I can access the map in Base Camp.

    Is this normal behavior for TOPO Mexico and a nuvi 650?

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    Size of Topo Mexico is 2511863808 bytes

    In series 6xx maps >2Gb not work

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    Thanks for that: I had no idea there was a 2GB map size limit.

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    You can split files for Mapsource with Gmaptool
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    and install a smaller part of the map in nuvi. This map have search function just by pois, so you wont loose anything.
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    It is compatible with the GARMIN Montana 610?
    Es compatible con el GARMIN Montana 610?
    TNK!

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    Of course, it's an official Garmin Topo map so naturally it's compatible with their modern outdoor devices:
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