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    Quote Originally Posted by arthur88 View Post
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    So, does it mean that only the Map folder should be outside the Garmin folder?
    There are 3 possible root folders supported by 1xxx series in microSD, Garmin and Map as you know and also POI. However POI folder can also be inside the Garmin folder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahvakunstnik View Post
    I'm looking original "PC INSTALL" TORRENT file!

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    David,

    When I expand it, it's 2.33 GB. Am I doing something wrong?

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    Mirror 5h0qs

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    G'day again Ron. David's 7z file has a compressed size of 1.60 GB. When extracted, the full NA image is 2,329,477,120 bytes or 2.3 [decimal] Gigabytes. Windows will show it as 2.16 [binary] Gigabytes i.e. 2.16 GiB [Gibibytes].
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    Ah, caught again, Neil... I assumed it would be 1.6 GB when unzipped so it would fit on a 2GB CF card (I have a 2006 Goldwing navi, US model). I put the 2015.10 IMG file on a 4GB card and tried it on my Goldwing (currently using 2013.30) after checking it with Basecamp. The GW's navi system loaded the map to 100% and did not notify me of any problems, but when I checked the map there was no detail (streets in my town), and when I checked INFO/SYSTEM in the Menu, there was no map description shown.

    So, I shut the bike off and I inserted the old map CF card with the 2013.30 map, and the details were back. So I'm assuming the navi system is limited to a file of less than 2GB.

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    G'day again Ron. David's 7z file has a compressed size of 1.60 GB. When extracted, the full NA image is 2,329,477,120 bytes or 2.3 [decimal] Gigabytes. Windows will show it as 2.16 [binary] Gigabytes i.e. 2.16 GiB [Gibibytes].

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    Correct. The file must be no more than the FAT16 file size limit which is 2,147,483,647 bytes i.e. 2 [binary] GiB minus 1 byte]. As this is a unit-centric problem, i'll explain further in the Goldwing thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pietu View Post
    City Navigator North America NT 2015.10

    Navigate the streets with confidence. This product provides detailed road maps and points of interest for your device, so you can navigate with exact, turn-by-turn directions to any address or intersection.

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    Is it possible in the future not to use filefactory? Short of buying a premium account, most of us are downloading at 80kb/sec for something that is 2 gigs large. That's going to take ohhhhhhhhhhh several days.

    I heard that one cannot mix jcv (junction view) files with different map releases. If one were to rename a newer jcv file from a newer version of the map to match with an older map, would it work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by max_clif View Post
    I heard that one cannot mix jcv (junction view) files with different map releases. If one were to rename a newer jcv file from a newer version of the map to match with an older map, would it work?
    Renaming the file would not help. The pointers within the map would not match the corresponding Junction Views.

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    Is it possible in the future not to use filefactory? Short of buying a premium account, most of us are downloading at 80kb/sec for something that is 2 gigs large. That's going to take ohhhhhhhhhhh several days.
    My calculator tells me that 2GB at 80kB/s would take just under 7 hours. Start the download before going to bed and you'll be a happy person when you wake up in the morning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smokefree View Post
    Start the download before going to bed and you'll be a happy person when you wake up in the morning!
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    My 14xx garmin only has 2 gigs of memory. Im stuck using maps over 1 year old since I refuse to use a micro sd card.

    The question is this - is there any way to upgrade my older where-to-go search-places like atms, restaurants, museum, etc from a new mapset, or is this information hardcoded into each mapset so that to upgrade this I have to upgrade the whole map? There isn't some small file I can just grab off a new mapset and stick it with my older mapset?

 

 
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