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    The patcher is updated to version 2.9b.
    No significant changes in this update, I've only fixed an outdated homepage link, and added a donation reminder dialog.
    Here's a direct link: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

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    I have my Colorado patched with version 2.9b. Works well.
    But I have this question : I can see jnx files in Base Camp and in my patched Colorado.
    My question : when I zoom in Base Camp I get the raster map zoomed and that's all. In the Colorado, I get the raster map, but when I zoom from 80m to 12m I get a Sat picture. Is there a way to keep the raster map instead of this picture in the device ? Thanks for your help.

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    youssev,

    What do you mean by "Sat picture"?

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    AlexWhiter,
    Thanks for the replay. I get something like googleearth ground picture, no more raster map. This happens with GranCanaria.jnx (486 Mo and very good), that I have found on a spanish site.
    Last edited by youssev; 25-01-2012 at 03:38 PM.

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    youssev,

    Could you please give a link to this map?

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    I found it here
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    http://iogrea.com/
    but megaupload...

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    I see.
    Please make some screenshots of the map from BaseCamp and from your GPS at different zoom levels to check what's wrong.

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    Hi AlexWhiter,
    I think I have found the solution.
    My "problem" is explained here (down) :
    Code:
    http://garminoregon.wikispaces.com/message/view/home/30975729
    with 2 examples
    I have now to enter the mapc2mapc world and try to do the job.
    My map comes from :
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    http://visor.grafcan.es/visorweb/#
    IDECanarias visor 3.0
    Sat image = OrtoExpress
    Raster = Mapa Topografica

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    Question Patch a GPSMAP 62s with the last version

    Hello
    I have got a GPSMAP 62s and I want to patch it.
    However, I have a couple doubts about it and maybe you could help me with them…

    The first one is that according to the help file:
    “Firmware versions supported by the patcher” Version 2.9b
    ….
    GPSMAP 62/78 2.70, 2.80, 3.00, 3.10, 3.30, 3.40, 3.50, 3.60, 3.80, 3.90
    GPSMAP 62sc/stc 2.40, 2.60, 2.70, 2.80
    ….

    Show the firmware versions supported for the new patch (2.9b)
    So, I don’t know which version select since I have a GPSMAP 62s and the options are GPSMAP 62sc or GPSMAP 62, I suppose I have to select the option GPSMAP 62sc/stc

    Anyway I don’t understand why this difference between GPSMAP 62sc/stc and GPSMAP 62/78 since the Official Garmin firmware is the same for these models:

    GPSMAP 78sc,
    GPSMAP 78s,
    GPSMAP 78,
    GPSMAP 62st,
    GPSMAP 62s
    GPSMAP 62

    Thank you.

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    62 sc has a different firmware coz of the camera, c means "camera"
    Code:
    http://www8.garmin.com/support/download_details.jsp?id=5559
    Use 62 one
    this one
    Code:
    http://www8.garmin.com/support/download_details.jsp?id=4995

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