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    Quote Originally Posted by Greggan3 View Post
    if I put the downloaded file "Topo France pro.img V4" in the SD card from my Oregon 600, it should work?
    Make sure the img file is unlocked and it is put in a root folder named Garmin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greggan3 View Post
    if I put the downloaded file "Topo France pro.img V4" in the SD card from my Oregon 600, it should work?
    your site is very good and it's a shame that we can not communicate in French!
    But thank you and good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greggan3 View Post
    your site is very good and it's a shame that we can not communicate in French!
    But thank you and good luck.
    You can, just add a Google translation in respect of those who cant understand French, because this is an English speaking board.
    What would you think if one user post in Thai or Chinese only?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greggan3 View Post
    Hello,
    I have a Garmin Oregon 600, I use Base Camp Version 4.4.7
    I just downloaded the various file Topo V4 Pro France, but as I am a beginner, I do not know what to do with all this?
    Thank you, if you take a little of your time to help me.
    Il faut creer un repertoire "garmin" sur la carte µSD puis y mettre le fichier "gmapsupp.img" dans ce repertoire. La carte devrait paraitre sur le GPS, mais il faut aller dans systeme et info carte pour l'activer si celle-ci ne l'ai pas.

    please post in English or posts next time will be deleted. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by remi1941 View Post
    Il faut creer un repertoire "garmin" sur la carte µSD puis y mettre le fichier "gmapsupp.img" dans ce repertoire. La carte devrait paraitre sur le GPS, mais il faut aller dans systeme et info carte pour l'activer si celle-ci ne l'ai pas.
    Google translation:
    You must create a directory "Garmin" on the μSD then put the file "gmapsupp.img" in this directory . The card should appear on the GPS, but you must go to system info and map to activate it if it does not have it.


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    Thanks. It's works fine with my Montana.

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    Some have correctly queried if active routing works in V4 . The answer is , yes but given this gmapsupp , it works for only the 3 types of Cycling. I have analysed the img and TYP file and both contain no info regarding walking hiking and climbing. Interestingly, the contours are less detailed

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    I added in post n.4 some TYP files for this topo map better readability, I got them from sorcieremonique forum.
    You can test them and give feedback.
    Spoiler: more info on sorcieremonique forum here (French lang.):
    http://www.sorcieremonique.com/t18288-topo-france-v4-pro-et-typ#


    Spoiler: Replace TYP file in img file
    http://www.gmaptool.eu/en/content/replace-typ
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    I join also a typ available for hiking and mountain biking. The unsurfaced roads and trails have color of dirt.
    The single tracks are specially enhanced :
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    All links to download Topo v4 in post#1 and post #2 are dead.

 

 
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