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Old 06-07-2012, 12:16 PM   #11
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microSD card vs GPS internal memory

Originally Posted by TravellingStrom View Post
Can someone help me here with what I think is a simple issue but I am confused.

Ok, I want to import a pocket query of Geocaches and I do so. Now, I then highlight them all and right click 'send to' and I select my SD card as destination but when I am riding there are no caches to he found so why is that?

I thought by adding them to the card rather than internal memory would make the gps load faster. Well it does because it does not load the caches

So, should I forget about loading anything to the SD card except maps or what?

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Hey Bazza (TravellingStrom),

Not meaning or wishing to Hi-Jack your post with questions. Just felt this might be an extension of your question and hope this double display prompts a quicker answer and extra answers on the same topic.

If any of you, when answering TravellingStrom, could also extend this little bit of needed wisdom to include or incorporate within you answer ;
- what is best stored on and used from the microSD(SD) card ?
- what is best stored on and used from the GPS internal memory ?
- is there any crossovers for storage, where it does not really matter if stored on the microSD(SD) card or on the GPS internal memory ?


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