CNNANT 2018.10 Full-screen Junction View

 

Download both parts below and extract using WinRAR or 7-Zip. Internet Explorer users are required to use another browser as Internet explorer will crash. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and even Edge should work without issue. No requests to upload the JCV file to other sites will be accepted, so do not ask.

Part 1
Part 2

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Strephon comes thru again...

Wow you're awesome, I was just looking for the large JCV file. Thanks a million for posting it for the guys that need it Strephon.

Many thanks Strephon_Alkhalikoi!

Works great! Much appreciated! smile

Thank you!

Strephon, a very big THANK YOU for providing this JCV file.

Is there a free WinRAR?

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

Download both parts below and extract using WinRAR or 7-Zip. Internet Explorer users are required to use another browser as Internet explorer will crash. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and even Edge should work without issue. No requests to upload the JCV file to other sites will be accepted, so do not ask.

Strephon_Alkhalikoi, do you happen to know if there is a free version of WinRAR? The free test version I used on the last map update expired.

Phil

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7-Zip

Phil I just use 7-zip. It's free and works great for these 2 files. Just extract Part 1 and it automatically extracts and patches Part 2 to make one file. I don't even bother with WinRar anymore.

Thanks!

Strephon, Thank You for again making the full-screen JCV file available. Download, extraction, and installation was easy and completed with no issues.

I regularly use Free RAR Extract Frog (https://is.gd/4xZaBo) to extract the rar files. After downloading both of Strephon's files, open the Frog window and just drag and drop the part1.rar file onto the open window and select the destination location.

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Reading is fundamental

jackrabbit000 wrote:

Phil I just use 7-zip. It's free and works great for these 2 files. Just extract Part 1 and it automatically extracts and patches Part 2 to make one file. I don't even bother with WinRar anymore.

And if Phil had actually read the opening post, he would note I provide a link to 7-Zip within it.

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Thank you for sharing. Much

Thank you for sharing. Much appreciated

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I too can recommend 7-Zip.

Its home page is:

http://www.7-zip.org

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file name and size?

What is the file name and size. GE installed a large one on my Garmin so I may not need to spend the time downloading this one to see it's the same as what I've already got loaded.

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Large full screen JCV

2018.10 Full Screen Full Coverage ("large") JCV file (from 755T):
D3060230A.jcv file size 865,808,994 bytes or 845,517 KB (replaces 2017.30 file D3060220A.jcv).

If you have this file for your zumo, you have the right one and don't need to download Strephon's file

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Tut, tut, now

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:
jackrabbit000 wrote:

Phil I just use 7-zip. It's free and works great for these 2 files. Just extract Part 1 and it automatically extracts and patches Part 2 to make one file. I don't even bother with WinRar anymore.

And if Phil had actually read the opening post, he would note I provide a link to 7-Zip within it.

And, politely, I would respond if you had read my post, you would have noted that I wasn't asking about 7-Zip, I was asking about WinRAR. But enough of that. I really do appreciate your providing the large .JCV file. I wait for your post before even thinking of updating my maps.

Phil

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Large JCV downloads.

Just out of curiosity,do you get any stats on the number of times the large JCV is downloaded? I have the sense that the demand is declining as folks retire their 8x5 and 1390/14xx nuvis.

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You're probably right

alandb wrote:

Just out of curiosity,do you get any stats on the number of times the large JCV is downloaded? I have the sense that the demand is declining as folks retire their 8x5 and 1390/14xx nuvis.

You're probably. I have a Nuvi 1450 that has been a real trooper for seven or eight years. I'm sure there are fewer and fewer of these old dinosaurs around.

Phil

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I confess

alandb wrote:

Just out of curiosity,do you get any stats on the number of times the large JCV is downloaded? I have the sense that the demand is declining as folks retire their 8x5 and 1390/14xx nuvis.

I confess that now that my 855 is a backup to a backup, I haven't gone for the Large JCV for the past 2-3 updates. Similarly, as a sub-backup device, I also don't go to the effort of doing a clone update, but settle for a smaller internal map update of USA/Canada rather than the full NA.

What next?

Okay, so I installed 7-Zip and successfully downloaded the two .rar files. What do I do next to turn those two files into the whole .JCV file?

Phil

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7-Zip

plunder wrote:

Okay, so I installed 7-Zip and successfully downloaded the two .rar files. What do I do next to turn those two files into the whole .JCV file?

Phil

1. Right click on Part 1
2. 7-zip from pop up window >
3. Click on Extract to D3060230A (or extract files, extract here) and it extracts both files and makes 1 file d3060230.jcv 845,517 KB in a folder called D3060230A

Perfect!

jackrabbit000 wrote:
plunder wrote:

Okay, so I installed 7-Zip and successfully downloaded the two .rar files. What do I do next to turn those two files into the whole .JCV file?

Phil

1. Right click on Part 1
2. 7-zip from pop up window >
3. Click on Extract to D3060230A (or extract files, extract here) and it extracts both files and makes 1 file d3060230.jcv 845,517 KB in a folder called D3060230A

Thanks, jr000, it worked perfectly.

Phil

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There is another free program you can use...

plunder wrote:
Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:
jackrabbit000 wrote:

Phil I just use 7-zip. It's free and works great for these 2 files. Just extract Part 1 and it automatically extracts and patches Part 2 to make one file. I don't even bother with WinRar anymore.

And if Phil had actually read the opening post, he would note I provide a link to 7-Zip within it.

And, politely, I would respond if you had read my post, you would have noted that I wasn't asking about 7-Zip, I was asking about WinRAR. But enough of that. I really do appreciate your providing the large .JCV file. I wait for your post before even thinking of updating my maps.

Phil

There is another program free program you can use and you can get it as a "portable" program (meaning no installation..)

It is called:

Bandizip
- Download Free Zip Archiver to open ZIP, RAR, 7z files

Go to www.bandisoft.com/bandizip/

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Tricky Installation of New 2018.10 large JCV

Hi, I have Garmin 1490 and unlike the past large jcv updates, I am stymied on how to install this new one. Before, I used to just go to the Garmin Nuvi, then drill down to hidden .system folder, then to Garmin sub folder, then disable a small size jcv file. By doing so, I enable the larger jcv file in my SD card. Everything worked up to the 2017.40 version.

The newer 2018.10 map update must have replaced hidden .system folder with something else. I cannot find the hidden .SYSTEM folder anywhere. I know the drill of how to display hidden folders. Has anyone experienced the same thing?

I am by any means a guru. But read just enough to get by... Thanks for any help you can shed..

Oh my

simply1234 wrote:

Hi, I have Garmin 1490 and unlike the past large jcv updates, I am stymied on how to install this new one. Before, I used to just go to the Garmin Nuvi, then drill down to hidden .system folder, then to Garmin sub folder, then disable a small size jcv file. By doing so, I enable the larger jcv file in my SD card. Everything worked up to the 2017.40 version.

The newer 2018.10 map update must have replaced hidden .system folder with something else. I cannot find the hidden .SYSTEM folder anywhere. I know the drill of how to display hidden folders. Has anyone experienced the same thing?

I am by any means a guru. But read just enough to get by... Thanks for any help you can shed..

Your profile shows you with a nuvi 750, your post mentions the 1490 as well as the .system folder.

I don't think the 1490 has a .system folder so do you have a newer device?

To see the .system folder on the newer devices that have such a folder, you need to change the device from MTP mode to MS mode. Also, if using a PC, you need to change several of the Windows default Folder Options to be able to see the folder. If any of the above sounds like something you you haven't done, check the FAQs here or ask in a reply.

One last thought. The newer devices with a .system folder use split screen JVs and most folks do not manually add the Large JCV file. More on this:

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/45292

If indeed the nuvi in question is a nuvi 1490, then so a search for the old .jcv file in the nuvi's Garmin folder, then jcv sub-folder. Also, I think for the 1490 you can also disregard the MTP and Folder Options issues.

Shout back if you need more.

@CraigW

The nuvi 1490 does indeed have a .system folder although the 750 does not. In fact, that change in folder design was introduced by Garmin on the entire 1xxx series.

@simply1234 ... I can't explain why you can't find the .system folder on your 1490, but it must be related to something on your computer. I am sure you already have done this, but double/triple check your folder settings. I would try a different computer if possible. I assume you installed the map to SD card since the 1490 only has 2 GB storage with only about 1.5 usable. Did you use cloning or did you let Garmin Express put the map on SD? Is it possible that the small JCV file that downloaded with the map is actually on the SD card?

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LAL!

alandb wrote:

The nuvi 1490 does indeed have a .system folder although the 750 does not. In fact, that change in folder design was introduced by Garmin on the entire 1xxx series.

Wow, live and learn. That's so much earlier than I had expected. Obviously, I've never owned a 1xxx. Thanks. Can I continue to believe the 1xxx series did not switch to MTP mode or am I wrong there too?

Regarding 1234, could it be that a new PC came along since the last JCV install and the Folder Options remain the Windows default?

Well ...

simply1234 wrote:

I know the drill of how to display hidden folders.

I'm not so sure. Have you set Windows to show hidden AND system folders? These are two separate settings.

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Thank you

for providing this, looking forward to trying it out

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.system folder and MTP mode

CraigW wrote:
alandb wrote:

The nuvi 1490 does indeed have a .system folder although the 750 does not. In fact, that change in folder design was introduced by Garmin on the entire 1xxx series.

Wow, live and learn. That's so much earlier than I had expected. Obviously, I've never owned a 1xxx. Thanks. Can I continue to believe the 1xxx series did not switch to MTP mode or am I wrong there too?

Regarding 1234, could it be that a new PC came along since the last JCV install and the Folder Options remain the Windows default?

You are correct about no MTP mode on the 1xxx series. I believe MTP mode was introduced on the 34x0/35x0 devices. So there were several models starting with the 1xxx series up to the 3xx0 series that had a .system folder but not MTP mode.

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Wow !! Tremendous Supoorts... I am overwhelmed... Thank you

Yes I have the 1490. I also have the older 750 as well. I have been updating the 1490 for the past several years following the same procedures; drill down to the .SYSTEM folder, then to Garmin sub folder, then disabling the small jcv file, etc... I did not have any issues until the 2018.10 version.

Maybe it is me. I am using Windows 10 Pro version and when I click on the "SHOW HIDDEN FOLDERS" in the Garmin NUVI Main drive, no .SYSTEM folder shows up. I took a screenshot of it to show the "missing" .SYSTEM folder, but do not know how to post it here.

See

My post above, there are TWO settings to change. You also need to set it to show SYSTEM files.

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BINGO !!

sussamb wrote:

My post above, there are TWO settings to change. You also need to set it to show SYSTEM files.

Since I migrated to Windows 10, I did not know where to find that feature. Clicking around, I found it !! Thank you and thank you...

1/2 download

I was able to download the part 1 (500MB), but it would not let me download part 2. Click on 'part 2' and nothing happens. New win 10 desktop. Also able to download 7-zip in Firefox.
Any suggestions?

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OK now

Found the 'part2'. Did download it and will install later.
Seems my desktop with win 10 installed is different than other desktop with upgrade from win 7 to win 10 is different.

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Thanks

Thank you for the files

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Me, too

jbees60 wrote:

I was able to download the part 1 (500MB), but it would not let me download part 2. Click on 'part 2' and nothing happens. New win 10 desktop. Also able to download 7-zip in Firefox.
Any suggestions?

jb, your experience is exactly my experience. I just bought a new laptop two days ago and of course it has Windows 10 installed. (I'm coming from Windows 7.) Using Chrome, I downloaded Part 1 of the large JCV file without a problem, but Part 2 just hung. It said the download started but it didn't really. How did you resolve the problem.

Phil

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Junction view

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jb, your experience is exactly my experience. I just bought a new laptop two days ago and of course it has Windows 10 installed. (I'm coming from Windows 7.) Using Chrome, I downloaded Part 1 of the large JCV file without a problem, but Part 2 just hung. It said the download started but it didn't really. How did you resolve the problem.

Phil[/quote]
Not sure why your download hung up. Mine would not download at first. Nothing in my downloads section. I found my 2nd part in my tabs at the top. I must have missed mine at first.

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Thanks

Downloaded.

thanks!

Strephon_Alkhalikoi wrote:

Download both parts below and extract using WinRAR or 7-Zip. Internet Explorer users are required to use another browser as Internet explorer will crash. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and even Edge should work without issue. No requests to upload the JCV file to other sites will be accepted, so do not ask.

Part 1
Part 2

1450

Nevermind, I got it to work. I had to go remove all the small jcv files as well on 2018.10 before junction view would accept the large jcv file on my sd card.

re: large .JCV on a 1450

pilot04 wrote:

Nevermind, I got it to work. I had to go remove all the small jcv files as well on 2018.10 before junction view would accept the large jcv file on my sd card.

Pilot04, I see you got it to work, but just for comparison purposes, in my 1450 environment, MapUpdater puts the MAP on the SD card and the .JCV file on the unit. (There is a JCV folder on the SD card, but MapUpdater doesn't use it.) On the 1450, the working large JCV file is in the JCV folder which is in the hidden .System folder. And yes, I also renamed the smaller .JCV file before I put the new, larger one out there.

Phil

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Back in the 1970s Unix

Back in the 1970s Unix operating system was invented, and files and folders starting with "." were hidden.

The idea was users should not edit or delete these files, and are better off not knowing they exist. These files were usually files holding user options for software.

That's where I think the hidden files "." started.

In Microsoft Windows there is a Windows Explorer option(not to be confused with internet explorer) to display all hidden files.

I also like to make visible File Types. I don't know what made Microsoft think of the stupid idea of hiding file types.

Thanks

Thanks for sharing

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@Phil, I mainly use Garmin

@Phil, I mainly use Garmin Express for my map updates. GE installed the Map on my SD card and put the smaller .JCV file on the unit under hidden System folder like usual. In the past, I would then download and install the larger .JCV under the Garmin folder on my SD card. I didn't have to rename or delete the smaller JCV file in the past. In order to make it use the full junction view in 2018.10, I opted to delete all the smaller JCV files(there were .JCV files from 2017.x and 2018.10) instead of renaming it. Once I removed the smaller JCV files, my 1450 used the larger JCV on my SD card.

The link does not work

Strephon the link no longer work it show a message that the files have been remove it.

2018.10 is an Old map

@Driver38 ...Strephon only hosts the Large JCV file for the current map which is 2018.20. Here is Stephron's post with the links for the 2018.20 map: http://www.poi-factory.com/node/47417?page=1#comment-451276

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No longer available.

Driver 38 wrote:

Strephon the link no longer work it show a message that the files have been remove it.

Same here. It's been about 6 months so that might be why it's no longer available.☹

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