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    Thanks a lot for this version.

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    thanks for the maps

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    I have managed to solve my problems installing this.........

    The problem i was having is because the program was not installed properly - It turns out, you have to rename the folder of the downloaded installation files, as due to the name of the folder having more characters than windows can recognise, it does not install properly - this results in an error message when launching mapsource after installation.

    The quick and easy cure is to simply remove the folder named 'GMSCNENT2009' from the stupidly long named folder named 'Garmin City Navigator Europe NT 2009 (Mapsource Version) & KeyGen v1.5 - ech0 - www .i****t-forum .com' or simply rename the said file to something much shorter, and then proceed to install the program :-) Problem solved, i hope thats helpful to anyone else that may run into problems.
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    Please someone help here! Trying to install this on my Kenwood DNX-7200..
    Installing from the instructions in the .nfo, I can't find any "unlock wizard" or the like. Installing from the IMG directory simply gives me an install of mapsource with the locked maps on there, how the fudge do I unlock the maps?

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    It works great but I have a question..........
    Can I install maps from City Navigator Europe NT and Adria Route together on my Nokia N96 so i can switch the maps on my device when needed
    thank you in advance
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    Yes, name one mapset GMAPSUPP.IMG and the other GMAPSUP2.IMG
    Make sure you have the correct UNL codes in the same files (GMAPSUPP.UNL, GMAPSUP2.UNL) and you can swing between mapsets from options -> my data
    Nokia N9 16GB Black (RM-696) PR 1.3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mnia786 View Post
    Yes, name one mapset GMAPSUPP.IMG and the other GMAPSUP2.IMG
    Make sure you have the correct UNL codes in the same files (GMAPSUPP.UNL, GMAPSUP2.UNL) and you can swing between mapsets from options -> my data

    sorry How do I rename the mapsets ????
    At the moment i have these files in my Garmin map on my phone GMAPBMAP.IMG GMAPSUPP.IMG and GMAPSUPP.UNL these are for Europe, do you mean I have to rename first thise two GMAPSUPP.IMG and GMAPSUPP.UNL and then i can instal the Adria route map on my phone ??????
    And what about this file GMAPBMAP.IMG ???
    Sorry but i am a rooky
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    Dead Link (no 13)

    Hi there Barfman i'm trying to download the 20 part full Garmin City Europe NT2009 (Mapsource Version) - link 13 appears to be dead on the megaupload link -

    Please could you re-upload the link? simon31

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon31 View Post
    Hi there Barfman i'm trying to download the 20 part full Garmin City Europe NT2009 (Mapsource Version) - link 13 appears to be dead on the megaupload link -

    Please could you re-upload the link? simon31
    use this
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    You have to navigate to get to the good.
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    Please don't flood my pm box with questions you can post on forum!! You won't hear back from me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prater View Post
    sorry How do I rename the mapsets ????
    At the moment i have these files in my Garmin map on my phone GMAPBMAP.IMG GMAPSUPP.IMG and GMAPSUPP.UNL these are for Europe, do you mean I have to rename first thise two GMAPSUPP.IMG and GMAPSUPP.UNL and then i can instal the Adria route map on my phone ??????
    And what about this file GMAPBMAP.IMG ???
    Sorry but i am a rooky
    GMAPBMAP.IMG is the base map - contains all countries and major roads/motorways. Leave this and your current maps alone.

    For Adria maps, rename them to GMAPSUP2.IMG and GMAPSUP2.UNL and copy to E:\Garmin.
    You should now be able to swing between maps of Adria and Europe.
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