what does it mean "G2 Regular".... mean that it's modify with any application and so it's not exactly the same of the original?
Is this the reason? In future, How can I understand if it's regular or not?
Have I the same problem with City navigator 2012?
Last edited by Murdoch71; 11th January 2012 at 05:10 PM.
All BlueChart g2 cartridges are identified by a 7- or 8-digit ID code. This identification system uses the following convention:
Garmin datacards: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
microSD™/SD™ cards: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
Region (xx) codes include the following:
AE = Asia, East (Japan, China, Indonesia, etc.)
AW = Asia, West
EU = Europe (includes Mediterranean Sea)
RU = Eastern Europe / Russia
SA = South America
AF = Africa
CA = Canada
PC = Pacific Ocean (Australia, New Zealand, etc.)
US = U.S. and the Caribbean
Size of coverage (z) codes include:
P = petite/ x small
S = small
R = regular
L = large
X = x-large
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Yes I saw the link you put, but it's not up to dated with 495 and 496 (they are ok on Garmin Site).
I've not verified buy myself with charts but Garmin say that supports G2 (no vision) and let to buy this charts.
What's your problem now? Don't you believe what we try to tell you? Your device is compatible with classic BlueCharts (last was v2008.5) and BlueChart G2, but the biggest data card has only 512MB, that's why no compatible G2 map for your region is available here. I recommended you to use classic BlueChart. With the program MapSource and the mapsource version of BlueChart Atlantic 2008.5 you can send the whole mediterranean onto your data card - it has about 75MB. What else do you want?