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Garmin City Navigator Europe NT for Detailed Maps of Eastern and Western Europe (DVD)

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City Navigator Europe NT 2013 DVD

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Technical Details
Item Weight5 ounces
Product Dimensions24.6 x 10.7 x 9.6 inches
Item model number010-10887-00
WarrantyComes with Manufacturer Warranty.
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ASINB000MN8R5A
Best Sellers Rank #65,754 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2001
  
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Overall, we were very happy with its performance.
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It often mislead us, taking us off main routes to wander the countryside on narrow roads.
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If you don't have a band saw, you may want to buy something else.
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112 of 114 people found the following review helpful By TheFuzz on September 30, 2008
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The registration really isn't a nightmare - inside the packaging there's a leaflet with a 8 character coupon code. When you run the DVD, make sure you're online, have your Garmin unit plugged in and powered on, choose to get a 25 character unlock code, enter the 8 character coupon code when prompted and away you go.

As for getting maps onto the Garmin unit, what I did was,

- Run the MapSource program (either runs automatically or it'll be in the Windows Start menu under "Garmin"). Yes, it's not pretty but it does the job.
- Select the whole map of Europe. Use the map select tool (a button on the MapSource toolbar that looks like a polygon with a yellow glow) and drag over the whole image of Europe. Storing all of the maps requires about 1400MB total. You can also select/de-select sub-regions of the map.
- Choose the menu option. "Transfer->Send to device". Now, you have a choice of storing maps in your unit's internal memory (appear in the list as a "nuvi" device) or an SD card that you might have in the unit (appears as a separate device in the list, something like "H:"). My unit had maps of North America pre-installed when I bought it. When I tried to transfer the maps of Europe to the internal memory, it told me that I had only about 500MB-ish available. So, I transferred the maps to the 4GB SD card instead.
- Go watch that episode of "The Wire" that you've been meaning to get round to. Indexing and downloading takes a while.
- You're done! It's really not bad at all - just accept that if you want to store maps in the unit's internal memory, there's a limited amount of space available so you'll probably just want to store the countries that you're travelling to. Otherwise, get a nice SD card (you should check the Garmin website to see if your unit can take 4GB SD cards, or only up to 2GB) and put the maps on there.
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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Daniel G. Lebryk TOP 50 REVIEWER on June 10, 2009
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The reason you are thinking of this product is a trip to Europe. You purchased a Garmin GPS with only the NA maps on it. And now you want to navigate Europe during your next vacation. Well, this is the exactly right software to buy. The detail Garmin gives for Europe is absolutely stunning. In major cities every single street in existence is here. The maps will get you where you need to go, even those hidden treasures. Remember, European cities don't change all that much over the years. It's the highways leading in and out that change - but that little bistro in Paris, the great pasta in Rome, the awesome reindeer in Stockholm, that pub you love in London - they haven't moved for years, their address is still the same. So yes, go ahead and buy this software. It's expensive, obscenely expensive - but you will never get lost.

August 2, 2009 Update: Lane Assistance DOES NOT work with this map set. I have this loaded on a Garmin Nuvi 765T which does lane assistance in NA. During this trip to France, nowhere did lane assistance appear (Paris would have been the most likely or the French highway system - never showed up once). There is also no 3D data for those lovely sort of 3D buildings you get in major NA cities. A tip for anyone using this in Paris - drive slowly, have a good idea of where you are going before you drive, and expect a lot of recalculating - new streets come up very very fast. Its easy to miss those streets. Nuvi does a graceful job of recalculating your trip. One last tip - use google maps to search for your destination, once found use the "Send" function in the map balloon to send that location to your GPS (it works like magic).

Oh but the install. Watch out. No it's not a nightmare, but it is not intuitive.
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107 of 113 people found the following review helpful By D. Prorok on June 27, 2008
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After updating firmware and the built-in US maps on my Garmin Nuvi, I expected this DVD-ROM to be a matter of firing up an install utility that connects to the nuvi and...ZAP...puts all the roads of Europe on it. Unfortunately, it doesn't work like that at all.

First off, the DVD-ROM is Windows only. Blah. I'll forgive that, but it's not even a particularly friendly Windows program. To use it, you have to go through some bologna on-line to use the code that comes in the packaging and then register on [...] and then get another code that activates a license for just one Garmin GPS. Annoying.

The next step, after surviving the copy protection and activation nonsense, is to fire up what appears to be the world's most pathetic PC mapping software, reminiscent of a Windows 3.1 application ported from DOS: few menu options and even fewer that are truly intuitive. Apparently what you need to do here is select the regions of Europe you want to load on your Garmin and then download them, bearing in mind that there is a finite amount of free space on your GPS and, apparently, not enough free space to hold all the roads of Europe...bummer.

Selecting the regions isn't what you'd expect, either. You can't just click on France and load all of its roads; there are a bunch of different regions of France, each of which must be clicked individually. You can't even just get Paris to Charles de Gaulle airport in one region. Central Paris is one region and CDG is in another. While you're at it, you probably should select a few more regions, like La Defense and all the adjacent regions to central Paris, because, heaven forbid, you decide to drive outside central Paris and not have the roads 10 miles outside of the city center loaded.
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