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    read the thread above yours, probably your device supports just one .img in sd
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    ok its clear for me thank you

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    Hi, I have a 3760 with EU map in the unit and US map on SD card (Map folder). Since the internal filesystem is becoming full, I'd like to free up space by moving EU map to SD card. For this purpose, I'd like to know whether it sufficient to move gmapprom.img and gmapprom.unl to Map folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigos View Post
    Hi, I have a 3760 with EU map in the unit and US map on SD card (Map folder). Since the internal filesystem is becoming full, I'd like to free up space by moving EU map to SD card. For this purpose, I'd like to know whether it sufficient to move gmapprom.img and gmapprom.unl to Map folder.
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    For 3760 unit to unlock maps with FID>=2200 you need gma file from Garmin. Or use unlocked maps. Then gmapprom.unl and gma are not necessary.

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    Hi voyager, thanks for your prompt reply. .System folder contains 3 *.gma files. How can I use them to move map to SD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigos View Post
    Hi voyager, thanks for your prompt reply. .System folder contains 3 *.gma files. How can I use them to move map to SD?
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    I'm not sure, but you can try to move only map and gma files leave where they are.

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    The *.img, *.unl & *.gma files are interdependent so it's best they be in the same folder, either on the device (or a card) which the .unl & .gma were originally created for. If you move the map to an sd card to use it in a different unit, it needs to be unlocked, and that means by [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Otherwise you would need to repurchase the map and obtain a new .unl & .gma. You can create a new .unl file for the map using the card id with jetmouse, but it'll be useless without a new .gma of course, because the original .gma is specific for the original device/card only, so it won't work with the new .unl.

    Edit: Just to be clear, the map will work in any sd inserted in the unit provided it's accompanied by it's legitimate and appropriately named .unl & .gma files. Accompanied that is, either on the sd with the map, or remaining on the unit. By legitimate, i mean those files that were created or existing when the map/unit was purchased.
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    Hello all,
    I'm wondering if anyone has succeeded in loading multiple mapsets into a microSD for Rino 650? When I load Blucharts, Tides and Shonky Topo all at once (onto the card) they all become merged and I cannot disable each one on the unit. In the map set-up page of the rino 650 I can see 3 sets of maps (Base Map, Bluecharts Tide & Shonky and the Demo Map).
    Is it possible to load the three (Bluecharts, Tides and Shonky) mapsets separately onto the card? I've tried loading it into the internal memory (1.6G) but it shows only the Bluecharts plus Tides but not the Shonky???
    Am I doing it wrong or what? Thanks in advance.
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    Are your maps overlapping the same areas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauti View Post
    Is it possible to load the three (Bluecharts, Tides and Shonky) mapsets separately onto the card? I've tried loading it into the internal memory (1.6G) but it shows only the Bluecharts plus Tides but not the Shonky???
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