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    Sergio, there is an option to extend the disk size too, I extended it to 55 gb, formatted it again and....
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    How do I do this please with MacOSx for Badecam running on a Mac, please?

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    try Virtual Disk
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    Just for the Macuser among us: I just created with the onboard Disk Utility Program a .dmg file. Opened it, created a FAT partition. Afterwards I mounted it and created a Garmin folder. Put IMG file in and opened Basecamp. Loading the map was a bit slow, but worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bestenborstel View Post
    Just for the Macuser among us: I just created with the onboard Disk Utility Program a .dmg file. Opened it, created a FAT partition. Afterwards I mounted it and created a Garmin folder. Put IMG file in and opened Basecamp. Loading the map was a bit slow, but worked.
    Tested in my virtual Mac and worked fine thanks
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    Flash card connected to computer is analog of Garmin-device...

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    The new
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    JaVaWa Device Manager program helps to visualize maps (and gpsses).

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    command file to create imdisks. You only have to install imdisk yourself once.


    And also possible for Mac. Supports BaseCamp and HomePort maps.
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    how to mount your virtual SD Drive automatically at system startup:
    1. create your virtual SD file as shown above (in my case under Win7 I have a 12GB file located here: C:\ProgramData\IMDisk\virtual_sd.img )
    2. create a text file with content <imdisk -a -f C:\ProgramData\IMDisk\virtual_sd.img -o rem -m Y:> and save this as start_SD.bat
    3. copy and paste a link to start_SD.bat into you Autostart folder
    your system will now automatically mount the virtual SD drive with letter Y at each startup
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    Nice tutorial Doc_Koordinate! I took it a little further.
    Here's what I did on WinXP (steps #4-8 are optional).

    How to mount your ImDisk Virtual Disk removable media drive automatically at system startup:
    1. Create your removable media drive file with ImDisk Virtual Disk (F:\SDEXPRO32GB will be used for this example).
    2. Create a text file with "imdisk -a -f F:\SDEXPRO32GB -o rem -m V:" (remove the quotes) and save it as "SDEXPRO32GB Mount.bat".
    3. Right-click on the "SDEXPRO32GB Mount.bat" file and choose "Create Shortcut" (you can then remove the ".bat" part off of the end of the created shortcut name).
    4. Right-click on the shortcut and choose "Properties".
    5. In the "Run:" field choose "Minimized" from the drop-down arrow options.
    6. Click on the "Change Icon..." button, (you will the get a warning that "The file "F:\SDEXPRO32GB Mount.bat" contains no icons.") click "OK".
    7. Click on the "Browse..." button, then in the "Files of type:" field choose "All Files" and go to/choose "C:\Windows\system32\imdisk.cpl".
    8. Press the "Open" button & choose the gold disk icon (the same program icon used for ImDisk Virtual Drive in your Control Panel), then press "OK", "OK".
    9. Copy/Paste the "SDEXPRO32GB Mount.bat" shortcut into your system "Startup" folder.
    Your system will now automatically mount your SDEXPRO32GB ImDisk Virtual Disk removable media drive as drive "V:\" at each startup.

    How to create shortcut to unmount your "V:\SDEXPRO32GB" ImDisk Virtual Disk removable media drive:
    Skip Steps #1 & 9 from above and replace Steps #2 & 3 (again, steps #4-8 are optional) with the below:
    2. Create a text file with "imdisk -d -m V:" (remove the quotes) and save it as "Unmount SDEXPRO32GB.bat".
    3. Right-click on the "SDEXPRO32GB Unmount.bat" file and choose "Create Shortcut" (you can then remove the ".bat" part off of the end of the created shortcut name).

    Explanation of the command line options used in the .bat file created in Step #2 of the "How to mount..." 1st tutortal above (for "imdisk -a -f F:\SDEXPRO32GB -o rem -m V:"):

    The above commands tell ImDisk Virtual Disk (imdisk) to attach (-a), a 'DOS-style' path (-f) of the "F:\SDEXPRO32GB" disk file, set it's option (-o) as removable media (rem), assign it a mount point (-m) of drive letter of "V:".

    BTW, the current stable version of ImDisk Virtual Disk is 1.7.5 built 14 June 2013.

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    Imdisk works good for me but it can cause conflicts with your real Nuvi if you forget to dismount.
    Always dismount your Imdisks and any other "Virtual Disks" before connecting Real Nuvi to PC.
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