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Map Install Having problem of the download being extremely slow. I have approx 150MB of maps on the SD card. Today I selected 4 areas in the Chicago area to download to the ique. That would bring the total storage to 195MB of data per MapInstall. I have a 256K card. The process of the preparation of the install (building indexes ect.) took in excess on 8 mins.

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Re: Map Install

The “download” and the “indexing” of the maps are really 2 separate procedures. Yes, the indexing can take quite a while; you might as well have something else to do after you hit OK. Some members save certain maps files, already indexed to substitute as needed. Then the only speed concern is in the copying of the file to the SD card using a card reader. Some cards such as the Toshiba are fast to read but slow to write so this becomes a factor at this point. Edit: I’m assuming you meant 256MB not 256K. Also when you add just a little to your existing map file, it will cause the entire map to be recreated, so it’s not how much you currently add as how big the entire resultant map is that determines the time needed.

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