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    Default Memory Card Sizehttp://www.gpspower.net/images/smilies/playfull.gif

    Hi, I would like to know what is the memory card size limitation for the nuvi 1490.
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    The same as for 1460 from indicated post
    Thanks, Kanopus

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    Hello.
    I have problems with that the colors donīt match the maps when I transfer them from the computer to my GPS.
    I'll take everything from the beginning.
    There were originally two different maps from two sdcard.
    I split both in Gmaptool, ran the bat file, and both maps works perfect in MapSource with right colors.
    But when I download them from MapSource to the GPS again, so are the colors distorted.
    All Lakes is white and the forest is blue.
    I have tried to download with both MapSource, gmaptool and Img2gps, all with the same result.
    What should I do to get the right colors on my gps???????

    // Par

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    i am gonna try this soon on my new 765 WT

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    will try on my nuvi 205 refurbished device ... i hope it works
    using 4gb memory card .. i will review

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    Thanks! I'm a novice on using Garmin and was wondering how to get more maps on my SDcard. Now i can try your suggestion and i'm very confident that i will succeed.
    Just what i was looking for!

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    I have installed a North America map and a Japan map on my HTC HD2 mobile phone. The NA map is called gmapsupp.img since it was the first map I installed. Later i installed the Japan map and just called it Japan.img since I did not want to use it until I got to Japan. When I went to Settings/Manage My data/My Maps I was surprised to see the Japan map listed. I can also select it. So I guess the Garmin app just looks for files of type img.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
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    Very useful. Thanks

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    I have a Dakota 20 and I want to put multiple img files on sd card. I put the somename.img files in Garmin folder without any success. Also I put it in a Map folder but without luck. My GPS read only gmapsupp.img and gmapbmap.img file name on SD card. Where I'm wrong? I have tried 3.80 and 3.82 firmware.

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    can you post a screen of the sd Garmin folder where the maps are stored please ?
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