for the 7x5 series, download the firmware version you want direct from Garmin using the link below. replace 340 with the version you want (so 250, 330 etc). Rename GUPDATE.gcd and save it in the garmin folder on your GPS. bish bash bosh next time you turn it on you will be prompted if you want to install an older version of the firmware, click yes (obviously).I use this method all the time when Garmin release downdates - found 250 to be the most stablehttp://www.garmin.com/software/nuvi7x5_regionfileonly__340.gcdNB you will lose all your favorites this wayNBB this method doesn't work on the 2x5 series (or at least the 255w)
Just a note that the Perry firmware archive (maintained by Allory Deiss) has moved. The new link is:http://www.gawisp.com/perry/agree.html
OK, one more go. The gmapsupp.img is a map file. Any other waypoints sent to your nuvi were not included in that file and then 'self created' by the nuvi. If they were separate waypoints then they will be somewhere in a separate file, if they were part of routes then they will be part of the file that contains the routes. They may all be in the same file depending on what you did but it will be a gpx file and not an img file.I'm still confused as to why you are creating stuff in Basecamp and then moving it to Mapsource, but hey, if it works for you :wink:
Well at a guess you must have created them :wink: Note that if you create anything in Basecamp (waypoints, routes etc) and you're working with a folder in the left hand pane selected that's where they will be saved. So if you created the routes while the sd card was selected that is how they got there :)
:lol: :lol: I feel your pain. I'm no spring chicken myself :wink: It took me a while to get the hang of Basecamp after Mapsource but now I reckon I know what I'm doing about 50% of the time :? Holler again should you want help.