AR-NWA ADV BS thread

Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. Albie

    Albie Kool Aid poisoner

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    Up at the top on the menu bar, click FIND, then select Points of Interest, then select Cities.
  2. stuckin

    stuckin Been here awhile

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    So i pluged in the GPS and brought up basecamp. it said it could not get maps off my gps. when i look at basecamp it only has the main roads on it now. any ideas?

    The only thing different is i re downloaded my maps to the card i put in the gps and not to the gps
  3. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    Stuckin what model gps?
  4. Albie

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    That's the problem, Basecamp will only read maps on the GPS memory, not the card. Not sure why that's happening, it should be able to read whats on the card. Should probably open up a trouble report with Garmin on that.
  5. stuckin

    stuckin Been here awhile

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    Garmin etrex 30.

    You guys thing downloading it to the sim card is messing it up for me? The guy at Garmin said it would run better if the maps were downloaded to the card and not to the GPS itself. Just cant get the smaller roads to show up on Basecamp.
  6. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    Albie if it's a legacy product (more than five years old) Base Camp won't necessarily see it.
  7. stuckin

    stuckin Been here awhile

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    thanks Albie. I was going to send the card back but he said to use it. my Maps still come up on the GPS just not the base camp. When opening up a trouble report do i do it all online or call them?

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  8. Albie

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    I'd do it online, calling can be a real PITA. I'm gonna do it also, figure the more people that complain maybe the sooner they get it fixed.
  9. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    That's because only the base map is showing. Try going to map products in the heading line and open it up and see if your new maps are there.
  10. stuckin

    stuckin Been here awhile

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    Can you put up a link to the web page i need to be on? i have the hardest time on there web site. Wanted to email them about a return and keep getting asked ?'s i could not answer and i could not get to there email.

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  11. Albie

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    You need to log into the My Garmin page and then click on the My Support tab. Since you use your own log in and password I obviously can't link it for you.
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    stuckin Been here awhile

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    I think i found it. Thanks. I am not a computer person. i just sent them the problem.

    stuck
  13. Albie

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    It won't access ANY of the maps including the latest CN or Topo maps when I have them installed on the card. If I install them directly to the GPS memory then it allows me access to them.
  14. Albie

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    Also, you can actually SEE those maps on the card in the My Garmin Devices column, but you can't find them under the pull down menu for Currently Displayed Maps.
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    stuckin Been here awhile

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    So your having the same problem when u download to ur card only Albie? Are u getting the error message when u plug in ur gps?
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    Nobody takes their pooter to the kitchen and krapper:huh

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  17. Albie

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    Here's a shot of what I'm talking about Charlie, I've got the Topo 24K and CN 2013.30 loaded on the GPS, then I have TOPO 100K and CN 2013.20 on the SD card. I can only access the 2 maps on the GPS mem, but not the 2 on the SD card.

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  18. Albie

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    I don't get any error messages, I just can't use the maps on the card.
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    stuckin Been here awhile

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    Well its nice to see it might not just be me then.

    If the maps all fit on the GPS with room left over is there a reason to have the card? The guy at garmin said it would run better with the maps on the card.

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  20. Albie

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    Well, you either have to move the maps to the GPS memory or load them up on your PC if you want to be able to use them in BC. Since you probably only need a couple blocks from CN (unless you plan on doing a lot of long road trips) the mapset should easily fit on your on your GPS.