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post #1 of 27 Old Jun 15th, 2006, 8:07 pm Thread Starter
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Angry Gps Issues

C'mon,
I cannot believe there is no one here with the answers.

I have a BMW Navigator installed on my LT. It is just a streetpilot III. I did not get a mem card, software, or computer interface cable.

I bought a SPIII data card, Programmer, and 4.01 Software. I got the original unlock code (yellow sheet) with the items.

Now, WHAT DO I DO?? I have installed the software, I have installed the drivers from the programmer, and I can browse the stuff on the mem card.

When I loaded the Maps, It prompted to say that ALL THE MAPS HAVE BEEN UNLOCKED.

SO, I figured if I delete what is on the card now, and then reinstall the new unlocked maps, I should be ok. It will NOT let me delete ANYTHING off the card, says it is read-only, etc.

Help me with this before I throw the crap in the trash. Really frustrating. I have 2 other GPS models now, both are Handheld Palm types. This is mounted, and I KNOW there has go to be a way.

ALSO< I called EVERY NUMBER in the Garmin book and got busy signals, no auto voice prompt, no recordings, etc. I would have settled for "Our offices are currently closed" but I am not getting a darned thing.


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post #2 of 27 Old Jun 15th, 2006, 8:42 pm
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Okay, deep breath here..... (alternately, you can take everything you have, toss it into a trash bag - and ship it all to me for proper disposal.) :-)

If you are using the MapSource software, and have the maps unlocked, just start the program up. Click on the MAPS tab on the left (it should say Maps, Waypoints, Routes, Tracks). Then zoom in or out, and use the hand tool to drag the map around so the area you'll be primarily riding in is in the center of the screen. Now, start clicking on areas of the map to highlight them. Watch the amount of memory, and don't try to load more than your data card will handle. When done, click on Transfer in the top pull-down menu bar. Select Transfer To Device (making certain your data card is hooked up with the programming cable). Check the square for Maps and hit transfer. The maps should load onto the data card. Put the card in the unit, enter a destination using the unit menus, and you should be good to go.

Hope it helps. If not, I'll send my address via PM for that "disposal".

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Um...uh...not yet

Ok,

I opened it, centered my map, highlighted my area, well within memory on the card, and then looked for the "transfer" and unable to locate it.

I tried Save As... and selected the card, but it doesn't save directly to it.

When I go to Windows Explorer to view data on card it recognizes it as a "CD" and says Files currently on CD, and then it lists everything that is on the card, then above it it says "Files ready to be written to CD" and shows the maps that I am trying to put on there.

If I click the "write files to cd" it then comes up and says NO CD IN DRIVE...uggg

I will keep plugging away...

I KNOW it isn't the laptop, it is brand new and only about 2wks old.



Hey, Dont bother sending you address for Disposal, I HAVE NO GPS TO GET ME THERE!!!!!!!

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Mapsource...

I'm using Mapsource 6.whatever, but your screen should look somthing like the attcahed...

Either use the "Transfer" dropdown or the icons to the right that show a GPS unit and arrows... A pop-up window will then show.

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I don't believe you need to delete anything off the card. The upload program will do it for you before it loads the new maps. There is also an option to erase the card that I've seen come up from somewhere but I've never needed to use it.

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Bill, sorry to hear that you are have a rough time with your GPS. I have the same set-up, and if we weren't so busy this weekend, I would like to show you. If you can hang tight, maybe I can scoot down there next week??

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I use MapSource to create the maps and waypoints I like. Then I "save" it to the Harddrive.

Next, I put the memory chip in and clear it.

Third, copy the "mpp" file ( I think... I can verify if you like ) ..to the memory chip. (that's the whole file used by the GPS).

Finally, install the memchip to your GPS and go ride.

Much faster than the customary "USB download".

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When you've got the maps showing on your computer screen you have to click on an icon that's up in the tool bar that's called "map tool". It looks kind of like the shape of the state of Minnesota. As you click on them, the areas that will be downloaded will change color. After you have selected all the areas you want (watch the total size of the areas you've selected on the lower left area of your computer screen), you need to click on an icon on the tool bar that shows the shape of the Street Pilot III with an arrow pointed down. It literally means download to gps. You should then get a popup menu that will show the choices to download to. Pick the one you want and click ok (I think it's ok) and the maps will be downloaded to your memorary card. If you watch the messages on your screen, you'll see that the old maps are erased before the new maps are downloaded.

If you have any further problems, I would suggest contacting Garmin customer service and they'll walk you through it on the phone.

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Gino,

My screen is similar. I do not have the "transfer" tab, I only have the little GPS icons with upload/download arrows. When I click this it tells me to select the comport I want to use. I have a USB tab at the top I can click(since programmer is in a USB port)and then it has a blank screen. I do not have the PC interface cable either to hook to my GPS.

Bill,
What I was reading basically said the same things as you. I did not need to delete anything, as they will be overwritten as time goes on. However, when I open up the memcard it shows quite a few files on there, including an AUTORUN .exe file, a SETUP file, and the ACTUAL Mapsource program on there. I just felt that those were files that should be on the harddrive, and didn't need to be occupying memory on the card. If this is normal, then we can go pass this mute point.

Adam,
Yea, I can wait, no hurry yet... I have my daughter's helmet on order, my Westco battery, and a few other things that is keeping me "garaged." not to mention, still haven't been able to get to the DMV for plates yet., Just let me know when you have in mind.

Deacon,
I am not sure that this will change anything in my case. I will attempt this tonight when I get home. I dont have my memory card with me, but is there a lock on the card, much like a 3.5" disk, or something that you slide to LOCK the files onto the card? If so, then that may be my problem. I know it has a little handle that pops out and you have to push in. I thought about it on my way into work today, and I wondered if that in itself was the "Lock" because I have always pressed it all the way in when I have tried to upload to the mem card.

Just some ideas.
Thanks for all the brainstorming...

Bill

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I bought a Streetpilot III on eBay a couple of weeks ago and was having a heck of a time getting maps and routes transferred from PC to it. Garmin's Tech Support was excellent in helping. I've copied in a section of the response including a tech contact name and phone number. Having the following info ready will likely speed up the process: Product e.g. StreetPilot III, Serial Number, Software Version, MapSource version, City Nav version.

From Garmin:
Thank you for contacting Garmin International,

I'll be more than happy to assist you with this. The routes and waypoints
can only be moved into the internal memory of the STP III. The maps are the
only items that can be moved to the card.

Just hook the STP III to the pc and move the routes and waypoints over to it
directly.

Please feel free to email me back if you have any further questions
regarding this email.

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Phone: 800-800-1020
Phone: 913-397-8200
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post #11 of 27 Old Jun 16th, 2006, 10:18 am Thread Starter
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Need the cable

Jkersh1,

It looks as if I am going to have to get a PC to GPS cable as well as figure out how to remove the GPS from the bike.

I will look around for one today, as well as post a WTB add for it.

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The Street Pilot III came with a special cord that plugged into your USB port and you inserted the memory card in the other end. You then downloaded directly to the memory card. This method was very fast. If you find the special Garmin cord that plugs into the same spot as your power cord does, your downloads are quite slow and you also end up having to use a serial port on your computer. Most new computers don't even have a serial port anymore. Take a look at this link:

http://shop.garmin.com/accessory.jsp...0%2D10363%2D00

This is the cable I'm talking about. I think if you had this you'd be able to download directly to the card and your problems would be solved. You would still follow the procedures I described above including clicking on the picture of the SP III with the down arrow. You would then get the popup menu for you to choose what to download to and I believe you just click on "data card" (or something similiar) and then OK.

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Got it!

Jack,
That is the cord that I have.


When I click the down arrow to transfer info to the device...it gives me a choice of com ports, and at the top it has a USB tab to click on, and when I click it, it is blank>

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For some reason either the Garmin software or your computer is not recognizing the cord as new hardware. You've got me now. The only thing I can suggest is to contact Garmin at their customer support number and have them walk you through it. One thing you might try is to turn your computer off, plug the cord into the usb port and insert the data card in the cord. Then power up your computer, open the Garmin software and try it again. Sometimes a computer won't recognize new hardware except when it's being powered up. I'm sorry I can't be more help.

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Jack,
That is the cord that I have.


When I click the down arrow to transfer info to the device...it gives me a choice of com ports, and at the top it has a USB tab to click on, and when I click it, it is blank>
Go here and download the USB card programmer drivers.

Re-install these on your laptop and re-boot. Mapsource will then recognize the card.

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I am not familar with the memory card for that GPS but some memory cards have a small manual switch which write protects the card.. Something to check out
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Really P*ssing Me Off!!

Alright,
I spoke with Garmin, Brian in Tech support to be exact. He is a nice guy and very knowlegable. He said that my ONLY problem was the drivers. So he emailed me the drives that I needed. SO, I downloaded them and installed them and VOILA!! My Mapsource program FINALLY recognizes my Programmer as a programmer instead of a CD.

I created a Map of Colorado and hit the transfer button(GPS with a Down arrow.) and it transferred the Map to the Memory Card. I then took the memory card to the GPS and it is still saying LOCKED MAPS.

I am at a loss. Then I got a NASTY DOS prompt on my laptop, saying "beginning physical memory dump" "Physical Memory Dump Complete"

So, I rebooted it and so far it seems ok.

So, I CAN NOW Create and Download Maps, they are just LOCKED. When I uploaded my mapsource software, and inputed my lock code it said "All maps unlocked" so, I know I am saving it to the memory card as an unlocked map, I just need to figure out how to get the crap that was on the card off.

They guy I bought all this from was quick to respond when questions about the purchase, but since the purchase I have asked several questions to him and NO response. So, I am hoping there are not any problems with the card.

Oh, and the card does NOT have a lock or anything on it.

Any help would be appreciated!!

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Glad to hear you're making progress and I can appreciate the frustration you're going through. I've had three different Garmin units. Even though I have had my share of frustration with getting them set up, I still think they're the best on the market.

On your current issue, I would try unlocking the maps again. I believe you go up to the tools button (I think it's the tools button, anyway, it's one of the buttons on the top of the screen) If that doesn't work for you, I'm afraid the only suggestion I have is to contact Garmin again. If you're able to do it, see if you can keep the technician on the phone while you download maps and take the card out to the bike and try it. That way he'll be available to help you troubleshoot the issue all the way through the whole process.

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Jack,
First off let me thank you for being consistant on helping me...maybe the word should be persistant.

I have tried the "unlock" under Tools. It however, only lets me add, edit, or delete unlock codes. My unlock code is showing on there. It also has an Import or Export of codes. Not sure if I should or need to do anything there.

Another thing I noticed is there is an option of "Get Unit ID" I ofcourse need to be connected to the GPS with the laptop for this. I do not have the cord, I bought one on ebay. In the hands of the good ol boys in Brown.

Is the Unit ID stored on the card? If so, that is probably the issue. It is still showing the last guys Garmin unit, and it will not match with my unit.

Just a thought.

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This is just a guess on my part but until the software knows what kind of GPS you have it probably won't do much. They have the software tied up pretty good with keys. I think you will make some progress when the software can talk to the GPS.

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I don't think the unit ID is not embedded in the card. It's in the GPS itself. I think you said in a previous message that the unit you have is a Street Pilot III. If that's the case, you should be able to get it off the bike reasonably easy. Once it's off, you'll see a battery door on the bottom that will allow you to put in 6 AA batteries in to run the unit w/o being connected to 12 volts.
The cord you have coming that will connect between the GPS and your computer probably has a serial port connector on it. Most new computers don't have a serial port anymore. If that's true and you still want to connect the GPS to the computer, you'll have to get a "serial port" adapter kit to interface with the USB ports on your computer. I don't think you should have to go to all that trouble.
I'd suggest calling Garmin again and have the tech walk you through the download. I' know that's time consuming, but I think it will resolve your issues once and for all.

Good luck and your welcome. I just wish I was more of an expert on this. The previous poster is correct in that Garmin is VERY protective of their software. Once you get it all working and loaded, you'll be able to see how well it works and why they are that way.

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Ta Da!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jack and the rest,

Ok, I did exactly as you all said. I contacted Garmin(Got a Secret Number PMd to me) I called it and was walked through, slowly and diligently.

Here is the issue.

YES the Unit ID, the Unlock Code, and Registration # are ALL THREE interconnected.

I registered the unit on Garmins site while on the phone with them, once registered, I gave him the Unit ID number which I got out of one of the menus on the unit. He then found in their files the unlock code and registration code that was originally sold with my unit.

So he gave me a new Unlock code. I then went to Garmins site and downloaded the latest version. I was running v4.08, so I downloaded the new 6.1.11 and then opened the new version, icons are different, different pull down menus, etc. I then inputed my new unlock code, then saved the map of Colorado, and then drove to the house and put it in the unit, pwrd up and VOILA!!

SO, To all of you that suggested I call Garmin from Day one, I PROMISE to listen next time. I tried calling them and after being on hold 30-40mins I was pissy. So, ANnnnnywhoo! I am done!!

So, now to buy a 2gig card so I can just load it all one time and ride, no more laptop, no more programmer, etc.

Adam...we can mark this one off our list of things to tinker with when we get together.

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Sorry to disappoint you Bill, but with an SPIII the biggest card it will take is a 256MB. New compatibles (not Garmin) ones are on E-bay now from a German company at a reasonable price.
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Uggg

I just seen on here where someone said they had a 2gig....must be for a newer model....yuck!!

So, Off to Ebay!!!

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I just seen on here where someone said they had a 2gig....must be for a newer model....yuck!!

So, Off to Ebay!!!
If you have a SP III or compatible do not buy anything more than 256 Meg.. The 256 meg will work but you need to turn off auto recalc the route to get it to respond at all on a trip. The SP III is toooooo slooowww to run with a 512 Meg chip... I have a 256 and it works but you can't page very fast... 512 meg is for the 276c or newer models.

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Glad you finally got it working. The folks at Garmin are excellent to work with. It's just too bad it takes so long to get hold of one of them. I agree with the previous posters, by the way, don't waste your money and buy a bigger card than the 256K. The street pilot III just can't handle it. You'd be wasteing your money.

Take care & enjoy your new ride.

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Thanks Jack

I will take yalls advice..

Anyone got a 256er layin around??

haha

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