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Hi i had bought a Garmin Zumo 595 LM few days back and need help from forum on how to load maps of India and Nepal where i want to bike in coming months.

i am totally new to this map creating.

will be thankful if any one can help me in step by step on how to create

asked 13 Jan '17, 05:16

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sreekanth gupta
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edited 13 Jan '17, 10:27

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scai ♦

I'm not sure if you want to create a map or just download? If you want to download a map for your Garmin, goto Tutorial

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answered 13 Jan '17, 09:48

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edited 13 Jan '17, 11:09


Be aware that several problems have been reported for garmin.openstreetmap in the past few weeks. I don't know whether they are already resolved. An alternative website to download maps is . Pick any of the Garmin formats, most likely the UTF-8 formats to see the correct names. I don't know whether all Garmin devices support UTF-8.

(13 Jan '17, 11:42) escada

As far as I know most issues have been solved, but there is always a chance other issues will appear. Old devices may not support UTF-8

(13 Jan '17, 13:12) ligfietser

I still see:

Server status:, queue = 287 requests (~1.2 days), status = Disk full

(13 Jan '17, 14:02) SomeoneElse ♦

@SomeoneElse: now it shows:

Server status:, queue = 0 requests (~0 days), status = OK, queue = 0 requests (~0 days), status = OK, queue = 2 requests (~0 days), status = OK
(24 Jan '17, 22:25) aseerel4c26 ♦

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