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    Quote Originally Posted by antonis51 View Post
    ...but Athens is not contained in the map....
    :Animated59: maybe the Greeks have sold it to Germany because of Euro-crisis :Animated60:

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    Do you want Rome too ? :Anim13:
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    ...I have inquired: the deal could not take place - Germany has no president at the moment :mad-tongue:

    ...and that's why Athens is on this map of Greece:

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    But Rome is really nice - how much is it?
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    In the map posted by Genius3 athens was not showing on the map. On the map posted by x-trail the map was ok but with other problems. Perhaps as catymag said the unicode version of navteq map does have problems on 1xxx series. It is weird though because autodrive which is unicode obviously runs with no problems. I would expect these problems with the navteq map to have been solved so far by the company.

    Quote Originally Posted by p!xeldealer View Post
    :Animated59: maybe the Greeks have sold it to Germany because of Euro-crisis :Animated60:
    funny
    the euro crisis is something that has cost many things to many people. It is not something to laugh at...

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    Thumbs up CN Europe NTU 2012.40 GREECE

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    Only nuvi 34xx use SID file or nuvi 24x5 also use SID?

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    Quote Originally Posted by armitatz View Post
    the map does not work in a nuvi 1490t. could you please check it again?
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    Check this, it works on 205w [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and it's unlocked.
    Quote Originally Posted by antonis51 View Post
    Thanks but Athens is not contained in the map....
    Quote Originally Posted by armitatz View Post
    In the map posted by Genius3 athens was not showing on the map. On the map posted by x-trail the map was ok but with other problems. Perhaps as catymag said the unicode version of navteq map does have problems on 1xxx series. It is weird though because autodrive which is unicode obviously runs with no problems. I would expect these problems with the navteq map to have been solved so far by the company.
    Yes, in my map Greece CN Europe NTU 2012.40 does not include the city of Athens. Sorry for this mistake.

    @armitatz & @antonis51: Thank you for your understanding and greetings!

    @x-trail, thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolypop000 View Post
    Only nuvi 34xx use SID file or nuvi 24x5 also use SID?
    I may say for:
    <DataType><Name>External Point Addressing</Name><File><Specification><Identifier>APT</Identifier></Specification><Location><Path>.System/SID</Path><FileExtension>sid</FileExtension></Location><TransferDirection>InputOutput</TransferDirection></File></DataType>

    I don't have a full copy of garmindevice.xml. But this devise use trafficTtrendsv3 and InstaSearch coz other .sid files is usefull.
    Only for CountryStateSearch I was need in .db.
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    I run mapupdater and i have this SID file for 2405:

    D342702.SID Traffic trends v3

    D3175040A.SID Instasearch

    D3176040A.SID AddressSearch

    and D3413030A.DB CountryStateSearch
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    some frend tell me that

    Yes, instasearch is definitely working on my 2495
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