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    @segio2
    In fact the usual problem is with the file size limit in FAT32, which is 4GiB (- 1 byte). In addition, Garmin devices also have limits as to how many map tiles can be contained in a single *.img file, and there is also a maximum number of *.img files that a particular device can cope with. Unlikely you will run up against either of the latter two most times, but the FAT32 limit can be easily exceeded.
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    Anyone have experience with GPSMap 62 or 76 devices – I tried all the above solutions but no positives results. ???

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    Create a Garmin folder in sd and copy .img (anyname.img)
    Naturally .img must be unlocked
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    It depends on devices
    Could you please explain? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leitz5138 View Post
    Could you please explain? Thanks.
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    One questin:
    Coping the Img of bluecharts, to SD, is the same procedure that any IMG, or yu need to put in the SD ROOT or inside the directory?
    By the way, later, Can I sync with mapsource? or need to install tha maps from cero?

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    @MSigol
    You haven't said what unit you have, but this is universal: In sd root, create a folder named Garmin. Inside copy the unlocked Bluechart named as gmapsupp.img i.e. x:\Garmin\gmapsupp.img is the path. Also see catymag's post above yours.

    Don't bother to try to use MapSource when working with Bluecharts. It can be done but it's a pain in the butt and near useless anyway. HomePort is the correct program for Bluecharts. It will see them on an sd card regardless of their name (i.e. you can chose any name: AnyConvienientName.img), in a folder named Map as well as the Garmin folder. It will even see the images if still locked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSigol View Post
    One questin:
    Coping the Img of bluecharts, to SD, is the same procedure that any IMG, or yu need to put in the SD ROOT or inside the directory?
    By the way, later, Can I sync with mapsource? or need to install tha maps from cero?
    Big question with small info!!! Device??? Format of BlueChart (old version for MapSourse or new IMG format)??? Please, be more specific in question! Garmin have so many different devices and maps...
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Create a Map folder in sd and copy .img (anyname.img)
    Naturally .img must be unlocked
    Dear All / Catymag,
    On my Nuvi 3450, I create folder SD Card\Map and place the .img map on the folder.
    However the map cannot read/detect.
    I try to create on SD Card\Garmin\Map give the same result.

    Is there any trick how to put maps in storage card for Nuvi 3450 ?

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    SD/Map is ok. But is the map unlocked ? Have you named the map anyname.img (example CNA2013.30.img).
    In Map folder gmapsupp.img name is not supported.
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