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    Need some comments.

    Is ibycus map are better than Toponav 2.3 and trakmap topo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tproveau View Post
    tproveau here. I was using the latest Ares that supports torrents but was not working apparently. I switched to utorrent and downloading at 600+ kB/s now! Thanks for reading this post.
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    don't use ares myself but my guess is it's uPnP support. torrents work best when ports are forwarded to the client, this was a manually configured thing before but now uPnP handles it for you if your router can be configured by that means

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    in title is write "Garmin Canada ibycus topo map versions up to 4.0" and in red is write 2.1 ?????

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    try to read all the thread especially post n9
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    this card is very important to use transparent way to quad or snowmobile!
    We do not just use two cards supperposées "routable" give this little conflict, and the base map supplied with the card quad or snowmobile t `re poor in detail, it is qu'Ibycus between issues!

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    Have Ibycus on several handheld garmin units with no issues but I tried to install it on several marine units including the Gpsmap 620 and it comes up "map format not supported". However, topo canada works on these marine units. Is there any way I can modify these Ibycus maps or header info so they will work on the gpsmap 620 or other marine units?

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    Can you upload Gmaptool log text of this map and topo Canada log too Please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kman28 View Post
    Have Ibycus on several handheld garmin units with no issues but I tried to install it on several marine units including the Gpsmap 620 and it comes up "map format not supported". However, topo canada works on these marine units. Is there any way I can modify these Ibycus maps or header info so they will work on the gpsmap 620 or other marine units?
    I tested this topo map on my GPSMap 620 and it worked fine

    I made ​​only one gmapsupp.img file with Garmin Mapinstall and placed it on the sd memory card
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    I installed the Ibycus 4.0 to my GPSMap 620 using MapSource. When I install it to the internal memory it shows up in automotive mode no problem. However, when I install it to the SD card as gmapsupp.img, so that it will open in Marine mode it comes up as "MAP FORMAT NOT SUPPORTED". I also get the same error on other marine GPS units but it works fine on handheld devices like the colorado.
    I tried using mapinstall and put in on the SD memory card as gmapsupp.img but the same thing happens.
    Are you sure you have the Ibycus maps working in marine mode and not automotive mode?
    I'm attaching the gmaptool log file of the Ibycus .img file that I installed. It said the topo canada log file was too big to upload.[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Which firmware is your unit running?
    Starting with software version 3.60, both the GPSMAP 620 and 640 are able to display TOPO maps on both the Car and Boat modes. Please download and run Garmin Express in order to update the software on the GPSMAP 620 or 640.....
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    Addiionally this .img had MS flag1, change it to 0 with Gmaptool to see it in Basecamp and Mapinstall.
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