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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    use -

    eHWib
    Thanks a lot for the quick response, although it doesn't seem to work;

    "C:\>fxor.exe - c:\{tmp}\gmapsupp.img
    c:\{tmp}\gmapsupp.img ff OK"

    Albeit the same error persists:

    "Reading file C:/{tmp}/gmapsupp.img.
    Wrong header (DSKIMG GARMIN), file C:/{tmp}/gmapsupp.img.


    File: C:/{tmp}/gmapsupp.img, length 1417379840
    File format errors (3)



    There were errors, result is faulty."

    End.

    Any further assistance will be greatly appreciated.

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    I quote part of the post linked in my post above:

    Quote Originally Posted by syzygy View Post

    Secondly, after the above conversion the signature at offset 16 is "ASKIMG". You need to change it to "DSKIMG".
    So use an hex editor and change that A to D

    Edit: file lenght is 1.377.763.328
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    I quote part of the post linked in my post above:


    So use an hex editor and change that A to D

    Edit: file lenght is 1.377.763.328
    Thanks again for your reply.

    Could you please elaborate on the editing method? I've downloaded a couple of several hex editors but they don't seem to able to deal with the image file.

    Also, just for clarification, it's probably worth mentioning that I've extracted the image file using innounp and not Universal Extractor.

    Thanks again for your assistance.

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    ! Extract the .img with innoup.exe
    2 Run fxor.exe in command: - gmapsupp.img
    3 Change A to D as wrote before (i use
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    or sometimes with big .img I use :
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    it's faster.)
    4 Done
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    ! Extract the .img with innoup.exe
    2 Run fxor.exe in command: - gmapsupp.img
    3 Change A to D as wrote before (i use
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    or sometimes with big .img I use :
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    it's faster.)
    4 Done
    Hello again,

    I've managed to edit the file using
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    and it's now working properly. For some reason I couldn't get it to work with the first editor you've recommended (some error regarding memory allocation) and haven't tried the second one due to it not being a freeware.

    Thank you very much for all of your assistance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    About dozen of additional symbol only!
    33 - 26 = dozen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexis_ View Post
    33 - 26 = dozen?
    Cyrillic language is not for Russia (33 symbol) only! This alphabet is used in many country of Europe and even Asia. Ukrainian and Serbian languages for example have addition symbols.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    Cyrillic language is not for Russia (33 symbol) only! This alphabet is used in many country of Europe and even Asia. Ukrainian and Serbian languages for example have addition symbols.
    Russian and Ukranian alphabets contain more letters (33) than any other language based on Cyrillic. Serbian has 30 letters.

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    Ok a bit off topic, but more infos:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexis_ View Post
    Russian and Ukranian alphabets contain more letters (33) than any other language based on Cyrillic. Serbian has 30 letters.
    Modern Serbian alphabet is not based on modern Russian alphabet. Serbia is not former soviet republic. For modern Ukranian alphabet is actual too.

    Caty! The most actual way is copy the text on native language to Google Translator and then translate it to other. When I do it I hear the Iron Maiden "Different World"...

    P.S. About mathematic 33 oranges - 26 apples = 7 (?)

    АБВГДЕЁЖЗИЙКЛМНОПРСТУФХЦЧШЩЪЫЬЭЮЯ
    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

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