Updating garmion 200 nuvi maps
• Once you have selected your area then request your map Step 4: Requesting your map • Fill in your email address and click build my map • After your click “build my map” another window will open that says you will receive two emails Step 5: Receiving your map • The first email you receive will tell you that your map is in process and provide a link that you can check when it will be ready or its status • The second email you receive will give you a link to go download your map Step 6: Downloading your map • Click on the link in the email • Download the file with the name “osm_generic_new_gmapsupp.zip” and the description says “compressed file containing a single image that can be placed directly onto the SD card of the GPS”.
Step 7: Put map on the SD card for your Garmin • You now have the file.
If it still isn’t working then plug your Garmin into your computer and look at the files on its hard drive.• Click on the download map now link and another window will open • Download the file with the name “osm_generic_new_gmapsupp.zip” and the description says “compressed file containing a single image that can be placed directly onto the SD card of the GPS”.On my MAC it downloads as an image and not as a zip file so it is easy to place in the folder; this might be different on a PC.Open Street Map (OSM) is the most used and globally recognised source for maps. Here you have two options, you can copy the file to your Sat Nav memory, or you can use an external SD card: You can now just copy and paste your file to your device.They are free, created and updated by users and volunteers across the World. Copy the unzipped file (gmapsupp.img) to your SD card [Only for advanced users]: browse OSM website or other providers to find more specific maps. Once connected to your computer, it will appear as an additional drive, as shown in the image below.