hi all. i have a 4gb sd card (class 6) i was going to use on my 255w when i get it. i read somewhere only a 2gb card will work on garmin . please post sucesses or failures with brand and size used.
sorry i should have searched before posting. dumb mistake .
I have a 4 gig in my nuvi 660 with all of europe 2009 maps. Works fine.
I use a 2 gig on the Nuvi 350 and it works fine. You probably won't need a 4 gig anyway.
I use a 2Gb on my Nuvi 680 - works well.
I use a 2G SD card,loaded with POIs and MP3s, no probs,
I've used SanDisk 2 and 4GB with no problems on my Nuvi 760
I load about a month's worth of podcasts onto a 4GB SD card. A while back I had heard you needed the newest firmware, but there have probably been a number of firmware updates since then. At least for my nuvi 350.
I use a 16mb card that came with one of my Canon cameras. Works fine for my purpose, and holds loads of fantastic PIO's from this site.I have a larger card, 4gb, with my MP'3, but hardly use it.
I have a 2GB card, but have nothing on it since I have space on my GPS. I'm trying to figure out what to put on it....
I currently use an SDHC class 6 card which cost me $28 - 16 GB MicroCenter house brand. I have all my POI's & mp3 files on it. Works just fine.
Make sure you've updated the Nuvi system software. I think that in the last few updates, Garmin made it possible to use larger/SDHC cards.
I love how people just post without reading the prior posts.
The OP indicated in the second post that he found the answer to his question. LOL
2 GB el-cheapo card in Nuvi 260. Perfect-o!
Edit: whoops, yeah it does help to read. Sorry.
It is a funny thread! Most people reply as they read and then see an answer later!
2GB PQi 60X SD on a nuvi 680
works great in the nuvi, had to get a new card reader for the pc to use it
2 gig in my 200. I haven't tried anything larger than that, yet.
I assume he did a search and found the answer to his question,
This has been covered in many previous posts.
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