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    Default Garmin/Falk Marco Polo Travel Guide: Europe

    Garmin/Falk Marco Polo Travel Guide: Europe

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    Falk Marco Polo Travel Guide: Europe | 127 MB

    Falk Marco Polo TravelGuide Europe provides information about restaurants, golf clubs, shops, nightclubs and places of sightseeing. Points of Interest (POI) include the addresses and contact details, as well as information on hours of operation, the kitchen, whether credit cards, how do you know about the availability of rooms in hotels, telephone numbers and addresses on the Internet and much more. For many objects are reference data useful in planning independent travel.

    All data are significantly upgraded compared with the previous version of the directory Garmin Travel Guide, released in 2007.
    Contains more than 135,000 POI, organized by categories, including exclusive tips, advice from the company of Marco Polo.
    Provides display information in English, German, French, Italian and Spanish (depending on the installed interface language on your web browser).

    Falk Marco Polo TravelGuide: Europe contains information on the POI in the following countries:
    Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, San Marino, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

    Falk Marco Polo TravelGuide: Europe is not a card. To use you want loaded in the navigator map of Europe in a series of City Navigator NT.

    Extras. Information:
    Files TravelGuideEurope.gpi and TravelGuideEurope.unl GarminPOI copy in a folder in the Navigator or memory card.
    In the file put TravelGuideEurope.unl key generated using the standard "tabletkoizgotovitelya" version 1.5, enter the ID of the device (or card) and record in the appropriate fields "Custom Mapset" the following values:
    FID 900
    PID 1
    RgnID 1
    VendID 5

    Year: 2009
    Version: Update 2009
    Developer: Garmin
    Platform: For Garmin
    System requirements: need 247 megabytes of internal memory device or memory card
    Language: English only
    Tabletka: Present
    Size: 247 MB

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    For the Nuvi 1490T, the POI folder must be created under GARMIN or under MAP folder?

    Same question for Garmin Language Guide, thanks in advance.
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    it's not a map-- copy in Garmin directory
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    Sorry, I didn't understand. I mean, on Nuvi 1xxx series the folder used for custom maps is the MAP folder under root directory, instead GARMIN folder as other Garmin units. If you put a GMAPSUPP.IMG (plus .UNL if necessary) under GARMIN folder on a memory card and use it on a 1490T, the unit won't recognize the custom map. You have to use a MAP folder instead GARMIN folder on your memory card.

    I don't have the 1490T right now, so I ask if I have to put the POI folder (with custom POI's, Travelguide, etc.) under MAP folder or the POI must be under GARMIN folder. I'm a bit confused.
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    Put it in same folder with map
    If map is in "Garmin" folder then in "Garmin"
    If map is in "Map" folder then in "Map"
    If map is in "System" folder then in "System" (on some new nuvi 1xxx devices, not SD, there is hidden "System" folder for maps)
    To be sure device will find and use it, best is to put it on device, instead SD card
    In Explorer -> Tools -> Folder Options -> View, turn on option "Show hidden files and folders" and You will see "System" folder on device and if it's there, put POI files in it
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    It's amazing how quick we get answers on this forum. I have to say that it's one of the best ones I've ever seen.

    Thank you!
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    Thank you so much for your instruction, as I can't get it working on my micro SD card where I put the Europe Map. So I've to put it in the System folder.

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    Hi, friends !

    Does it work with Garmin 60 CSx ?

    Tks

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    No, it does not work on Garmin 60 CSx!

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    I am confused as to why it is in two files one 101mb and the other 21mb because when you unrar them they appear to be identical.
    I only put one of them onto my sd card and it seems to be working fine.

    So why two files?

    Frank

 

 
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