If we can get this it will be all of Australia
Last edited by dddarren; 30th July 2010 at 12:20.
Gee's darren lol
will you use these maps
It would be nice to complete the set, i must agree
Last edited by hulio; 30th July 2010 at 14:24.
yes i will, i live near Cairns and do a lot of fishing the best fishing is up here
i use to skipper trawlers up in Cairns for 15 years
Working Princess Charlotte Bay
I know what you mean about the fishing
Hopefully this is what everyone is looking for it's a older map
20/7/2007 fid = 316. when i coped the card i had to open
Hide protected operating system files to veiw the img file
Thanks gps mad it is good to have this one
I have fix the map but i having no luck uploading it this is how i fixed it use GMAP TOOLS add file, then split, create MAPSETS BY FID, SPLIT ALL you will get a new img file. then run it through Garmin unlocker Alternative v5.3 done and unlocked
the file is marked as "System File" and it was not possible for me to unlock it with Garmin Unlocker Alternative v5.61.
What is the trick with it? Can you please explain more detailed, how you fixed it with GMapTool?
Or is there an other way to change a Windows System File to a normal file?
catymag provided the link for BulkFileChanger that could alter the system file attribute.
Otherwise it's done by a command prompt and the "attrib" native command in Windows.
"ATTRIB -S [drive]:\[path]\[file name]" should work from a command promt. If UAC is enabled you might need administrative user elevation with "Run as Administrator" (use mouse & right click).
Code:C:\Windows\system32>attrib /? Displays or changes file attributes. ATTRIB [+R | -R] [+A | -A ] [+S | -S] [+H | -H] [+I | -I] [drive:][path][filename] [/S [/D] [/L]] + Sets an attribute. - Clears an attribute. R Read-only file attribute. A Archive file attribute. S System file attribute. H Hidden file attribute. I Not content indexed file attribute. [drive:][path][filename] Specifies a file or files for attrib to process. /S Processes matching files in the current folder and all subfolders. /D Processes folders as well. /L Work on the attributes of the Symbolic Link versus the target of the Symbolic Link