c330 Subfolders - POI Loader 2.4.0 beta

 

First of all, I may need to add the Krispy Kreme POI file with proximity alerts. That would be useful (and fattening) on road trips.

I am having an issue when I switched to the beta version of the loader, and put my files into subfolders. On my c330, I see my subfolders, but when I try and access the actual files, I get an hour glass and then it returns to the main favorites menu.

I have tried to upload a number of times, but no luck. I spoke to garmin software tech support, and they said I should make sure my unit has the most up to date software. I will try and work on this again tomorrow. Has anyone else has had this problem?

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LOL!!

Eric wrote:

First of all, I may need to add the Krispy Kreme POI file with proximity alerts. That would be useful (and fattening) on road trips.

LOL!!! +1 to that!!!

Eric wrote:

I am having an issue when I switched to the beta version of the loader, and put my files into subfolders. On my c330, I see my subfolders, but when I try and access the actual files, I get an hour glass and then it returns to the main favorites menu.

I have tried to upload a number of times, but no luck. I spoke to garmin software tech support, and they said I should make sure my unit has the most up to date software. I will try and work on this again tomorrow. Has anyone else has had this problem?

I haven't had that problem, but I would definitely say to be sure your firmware is updated.

I'm sure some c330 owners will pop in.
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I agree with making sure the

I agree with making sure the software is up-to-date. Have you tried loading the POI files one at a time via the manual upload option on the POI Loader? If you still have the problem after updating the software, try that and see if behaves differently.

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C330 POI Subfolders

I have had the same problem with this. I used the POI Loader version 2.3.2 which will only load POI's from one folder and was able to get it to work. When I found out about the POI Loader Version 2.4.0.0 Beta and how it would load subfolders i thought it would be great...NOT. I can't get it to work and am having the same problem you are. I also upgraded my firmware because of the DST shift and it still doesn't work.Anyone else with problem or perhaps someone with a solution???

I am glad to know I am not

I am glad to know I am not the only one having this issue. I hope to work with Garmin on this issue when I get some time. I will keep you updated.

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c320 POI Subfolders

I'm also having a problem with sub-categories on the Beta POIKoader. I see the sub-categories OK - and can select one and see the list of POI files - but cannot then see the POIs themselves. I tried updating my software but still a problem.

Really?

Eric wrote:

1. POI Loader. I was told that you can set up sub-directories, but the sub-folder should only contain one CSV file. I currently have my files in sub-directories which contain multiple CSV files, and I was told that that will not work. You can have multiple CSV files under the root directory, but not in sub-directories. I haven’t tested this yet, but if it doesn’t work I will let you know.

Were they saying that this specifically applies to the c330? have tons of csv's in my folders and they all load just fine to my Zumo.

I wonder if they were referring to a verison of POI Loader other than 2.4.0.0.
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I have a similar setup as

I have a similar setup as mkahn with several sub-folders but only 1 deep, such as the folder fast foods (Wendy's, In and Out, Krispy Kreem and Panda Express) and loads perfectly with the Beta version of POI Loader

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I'll call Garmin tomorrow.

mkahn wrote:

I use POI Loader beta, and that works with multiple sub-folders on my c530 (no more than 1 deep. In other words, I have a main folder which contains serveral subfolders and also several .csv files. In each of the subfolders, I have multiple .csv files but no subfolders.
Hope this is clear.

Yes, this is clear. It looks like I will be calling Garmin back tomorrow. I wasn't told that this was just an issue with just the c330. I will reference the information provided here when I talk to them.

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Sub-Folders With Beta POILoader

Excellent to see the number of replies on this topic - but I am a little confused. Key comments are:

ERIC "I was told that you can set up sub-directories, but the sub-folder should only contain one CSV file. "

MKAHN "I use POI Loader beta, and that works with multiple sub-folders on my c530 (no more than 1 deep). In other words, I have a main folder which contains serveral subfolders and also several .csv files. In each of the subfolders, I have multiple .csv files but no subfolders."

These two comments are different of course. For the facility to be useful it is important that the sub-folders can contain more than 1 .csv file - otherwise there's no value in having sub-folders.

Is the issue that it works as it should on a C530 - but not a C3x0? I'm a C320 user so that would be a shame!!

Look forward to Eric's futher investigations.

Multiple POI Folders

You can have multiple POI files in multiple POI folders. See:
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/1297

I tried to explain it there. Is gets confusion; but just give it a try.

RT

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Multiple POI Folders

Thanks RetiredTechnician ... but the problem here is that we've tried doing this ... and whilst it seems to work for several Garmin devices, several of us have had problems making it work on the C3x0 series. If anyone out there has had success on a C3x0 we would love to hear from you. Steve

C320- POI folders

stevepowers wrote:

I'm also having a problem with sub-categories on the Beta POIKoader. I see the sub-categories OK - and can select one and see the list of POI files - but cannot then see the POIs themselves. I tried updating my software but still a problem.

stevepowers:
Since I only have a c530, I cannot give hands on expeience with your unit, and perhaps it is different. However, in reviewing your earlier posting, I have a question. When you select the single button for POI Locations, you should then see an .csv files in the main folder and then the additional subfolders. Selecting one of the subfolders should then list all of the POI's. In your discussion, you talk about selecting a subcategory and seeing a list of POI files, but not the POI's. That appears to be another level.
Can you provide further information, or is it different on the c320?

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C320- POI folders

mkahn - thanks for the help & the question. Here's what I have and what I get.

Main Folder:
....Seb.csv
....Helena.csv
....Speed Cameras (folder)
........sc_uk,csv
........sc_fr.csv
....Food (folder)
........pubs.csv
........italian.csv
(ignore the dots - just used to show the sub-folder structure)

I load these using the Beta POILoader to my C320 - and at first it looks exactly as it should - when I Select Custom POIs I see listed

Seb
Helena
Speed Cameras
Food

But if I select Seb or Helena (actual csv files) I expect to see the list of individual POI's contained in each - instead the unit says "No Matches Found".

If I select Speed Cameras or Food, I then DO SEE the list of individual files in each sub-category (eg pubs and italian) as expected but when I select one of these (eg pubs) I expect to see the list of individual POI's contained in each - instead the unit shows the "hour-glass for a fraction of a second, but then shows the same screen again showing pubs and italian.

Note however - that the proximity alerts for speed cameras DO WORK ... so they are in there somewhere.

Steve

re: c320-POI Folders

Steve
It looks right to me. I am going to ask someone else to reply who has experience with the c3xx series. I'll keep an eye on the responses.

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Double checking

stevepowers wrote:

... [snip]
But if I select Seb or Helena (actual csv files) I expect to see the list of individual POI's contained in each - instead the unit says "No Matches Found".[snip]

Just as a double-check ...

Are you accessing the POI's on your GPSr by going to "Where to?", "Extras", "Custom POI's" then selecting the category?
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....they are in there somewhere

stevepowers wrote:

Note however - that the proximity alerts for speed cameras DO WORK ... so they are in there somewhere...But if I select Seb or Helena (actual csv files) I expect to see the list of individual POI's contained in each - instead the unit says "No Matches Found".

Can you find them if you use the "Spell" option? (assuming the C320 has a "Spell" option. On the C510 I had a random period of this happening, but they were all points in the Southern Hemisphere, so I thought it was distance related- the "Spell" option called them up under these circumstances.

Also, at
http://www.garmin.com/support/download_details.jsp?id=1673
, there is another version (2.4.0.1 Beta) of POI Loader.

They only claim the following changes:

Added support for Garmin Mobile XT.
Added support for magenta as transparency color in 256 color bitmaps.

...but I'm learning, that there are lies, damned lies and Garmin Maintenance logs (if C5xxx firmware is anything to go by!)

I find it intriguing that they're supposedly adding specific device support and yet POI Loader never asks what the target device is and will happily write to SD cards etc that contain no inventory (GarminDevice.xml) information.

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I tried this last nite with

I tried this last nite with the beta loader and had the same results, can see the folder names but not the poi's in the sub folders kept saying no match. went back to all files in main folder

It seems like a few of us

It seems like a few of us are having the same problem with the c3X00 series Garmins. I haven't had time to call them yet, but hope to do so in the am. I always like to call them with my computer and GPS on hand. I will keep you updated.

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Double checking

To answer a couple of specific questions.

Are you accessing the POI's on your GPSr by going to "Where to?", "Extras", "Custom POI's" then selecting the category? YES

Can you find them if you use the "Spell" option? (assuming the C320 has a "Spell" option. GOOD QUESTION - I DID TRY THIS. STILL GET "NO MATCHES FOUND".

Also, at http://www.garmin.com/ support/download_details.jsp?id=1673, there is another version (2.4.0.1 Beta) of POI Loader. INTERESTING - I WILL TRY IT.

I will also try loading to my wife's Garmin I3 and see if it works OK with that. If so this would help pinpoint it's a C320 issue rather than me doing something wrong with POILoader itself.

Steve

I always use the manual load for my c340

I have not used the automatic load because I did not like the way it set defaults on my proximaty alerts, so I have always used the manual load option. I keep all of my POI's in a single folder and I have to reply to about 5 files, but it has always loaded just fine for me.

My guess is that it works differently for different models and since it is still a beta version, Garmin won't guarantee it to work correctly on all models.

Send your comments on what you see to Garmin and hopefully they will have someone look at fixing it.

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I just of off the phone with

I just of off the phone with a very helpful member Garmins software support group. I have emailed my POI file, and provided the URL for this thread. I will keep you updated.

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Nice One Eric

Keep us posted Eric. Thanks

The Saga Goes On

Tried this with my wife's Garmin I3. Same file structure as shown in my previous post (take a look to see how this worked on a C320):

Main Folder:
....Seb.csv
....Helena.csv
....Speed Cameras (folder)
........sc_uk,csv
........sc_fr.csv
....Food (folder)
........pubs.csv
........italian.csv
(ignore the dots - just used to show the sub-folder structure)

When loaded on the I3 ... I selected Custom POIs and saw (as I should and as I did on my C320)

Seb
Helena
Speed Cameras
Food

Clicked on Seb ... and hey presto ... I saw the individual POIs in Seb.csv ... BRILLIANT! Tried it with Helena ... AND IT WORKED AS WELL!! FANTASTIC!!! Much better than the "No Matches Found" I got on the C320!!

Then I clicked on Food - expecting to see the sub-categories "pubs" and "italians". But instead I got the combined list of all the individual POI's contained in these two files.

At least this is usable ... but it's still not doing what it should do. What I want to be able to do is select ... CUSTOM POI's ... FOOD ... ITALIANS. But instead it's ... CUSTOM POI's ... FOOD ... ALL POI's FOR FOOD. If I wanted that I could have created a new .csv file called food.csv, put everything in that and used the old POILoader.

I then tried loading the latest Beta version .. 2.4.0.1. Here I failed miserably. The PC hung up on me when trying to select the main directory the files were in. (Though this may be more an issue with my PC than the Garmin software).

Oh well ... I give up for tonight ... it's not called a BETA version for nothing I guess !!

PS MKAHN ... SEE MY COMMENTS ON HOW IT WORKED WITH A GARMIN I3. IS THIS WHAT YOU GET ON YOUR UNIT ... OR DO YOU SEE THE SUB-CATEGORIES LISTED RATHER THAN GOING STRAIGHT TO THE POIs THEMSELVES?

re: The saga goes on

stevepowers wrote:

PS KAHN ... SEE MY COMMENTS ON HOW IT WORKED WITH A GAMIN I3. IS THIS WHAT YOU GET ON YOUR UNIT ... OR DO YOU SEE THE SUB-CATEGORIES LISTED RATHER THAN GOING STRAIGHT TO THE POIs THEMSELVES?

No, I see each of my individual .CV files and when I select them, I see the individual locations.
Again, I am using the 2.4.0.1 (beta) version of POI Loader and a C GPSS.
Example of my file structure (items in parenthesis are my explanations, not part of the file name):
External: (this is the file I direct POI Loader to)
...Locations (folder)
......Casinos_in_USA.CV
......Covered_Bridges.csv
......Presidential_Libraries.csv
...Texas (folder)
......TX_Farmers_Market.csv
......TX Wineries.csv
...Contacts.csv
...Stores (folder)
...Radio Stations (folder)
......JAZZ-Stations V.CV
......NPR-Stations v021207.csv
...WiFi.csv

At the bottom level, for example Custom POI's>
Radio Stations>Jazz-Stations v021207, I get a listing of the 50 closest stations.

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The saga goes on ... and on

Thanks Mkhan ... so in summary we seem to get varying behaviours according to the Garmin model

C530 - nuvi350 ... all works as it should

C3x0 ... cannot see any POIs in .csv files in root directory and when clicking on sub-categories just get the same list of sub-categories repeated

I3 ... correctly see the contents of .csv files in root directory but when selecting a sub-category immediately go to all the individual POI's rather than seeing a list of .csv files in the sub-category.

Steve

Treatment of subfolders on various Garmin GPS units.

I would like to ask other members with the C3xx if stevepowers observations are correct about the handling of subfolders.....

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I believe stevepowers and I

I believe stevepowers and I are seeing the same problem. On my c330, I am not able to see my .csv files when in subdirectories. I can see them when all .csv files are in my root directory.

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I Use the Manual Load

I have always kept my POI's in a single folder and loaded them with the manual load option. They have always shown up as expected. I have not tried using sub-folders because I have some POI files that I don't keep loaded all of the time or are "works-in-progress".

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I Use the Manual Load

Prismtx - I think you are a C340 user. I understand your comment about not using sub-folders ... but why not, as an experiment, try using the BETA software with (say) just one sub-folder containing (say) 2 or 3 .csv files. Then either do a manual load or an "express" load - and see if it works correctly. The problems we get seem to be with C3x0 units and it would be very interesting to hear whether you get it to work.

You can easily go back to removing the sub-folder after you try it. I'd really appreciate your input.

Thanks - Steve

Proximity alerts

This comment has been moved here.

Test Results

stevepowers wrote:

why not, as an experiment, try using the BETA software with (say) just one sub-folder containing (say) 2 or 3 .csv files. Then either do a manual load or an "express" load - and see if it works correctly. - Steve

Okay Steve, I tested it several ways. I set up a POI folder and 3 sub folders.

Test 1: Express load, mixture of GPX and CSV in home, one sub with mix, one with 2 CSV, one with 2 GPX. Results: folder and sub folders created fine and POI's were in the correct subfolders.

Test 2: Same as test one, except manual load. Same Results.

Test 3: Express load, no GPX files. One CSV in home folder, one sub with one CSV, two with 2 CSV's each. Results: same as test 1 & 2.

Test 4: Same as test 3, except manual load. Same Results.

Test 5: Express load, no CSV files. One GPX in home folder, one sub with one GPX , two with 2 GPX 's each. Results: same as other tests.

Test 6: Same as test 5, except manual load. Same Results.

The only funny thing that I saw was if I tapped "Custom POIs", then "All Categories", it displayed all of the folders again, but if I tapped "All Categories" there, it showed me everything in the sub folders. I'm guessing that is due to the multi-level. If I go to a subfolder and tap "All Categories", I get all of the POIs in that sub folder.

I have the C340 with the most current software and I am using the newest beta loader.

If you can think of a combination of POIs that I didn't test, let me know and I'll try some more. You have aroused my curiosity on this now.

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Test Results

First of all Prism - thanks. Could you just spell out what you see as follows - use your Test 1 configuration.

Select custom - you should see all your files in the home folder plus the names of the sub-folders. Yes? (This first step works for me also).

Now select one of the actual POI files on that screen (ie one in the home folder). Do you see the list of individual POI's that the file contains? If yes then it's working for you - I just see "No Matches FOund".

Now go back and select one of the Sub-Folders. You should see the list of POI files in that Sub-Folder. (I too see that). From that list - select one of the POI files. Do you see the individual POI's that the file contains? If yes then it's working for you - for me it just repeats the same list of POI files (ie screen does not change).

Mine worked

Hi Steve,
Yes, I was able to see the individual POIs when I clicked on the folders and the subfolders. I never got a "No Matches Found".

The only confusing thing I saw was selecting all categories from the home folder. Then it seemed to repeat the screen, but selecting all categories from that screen gave me all of the POIs.

Here is how I set test 1 and 2 up:
TestPOI folder
.....file1.csv
.....file2.gpx
.....TEST1 sub folder
.........file3.csv
.........file4.gpx
.....TEST2 sub folder
.........file5.csv
.........file6.csv
.....TEST3 sub folder
.........file7.gpx
.........file8.gpx

Does this match the struture you are trying to use?

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Yours Worked

Yes Prism - looks like yours did work OK on a C340 ... one last question to duoble check ... when you click on one of your sub-folders (eg TEST1) does the screen then show FILE3 and FILE4 (so you can decide to click on either one or the other) ... or does it jump straight to all the individual POIs contained in the combination of the 2 files.

On my I3 (unlike my C320) ... it jumps straight to all the POI's - which it shouldn't

On mine it would show "All

On mine it would show "All Categories", FILE3, and FILE4. It did not show the POI's until I selected one of those 3.

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Dizzy

All this "greek" is making me dizzy!

New to me!

Dave

Prismtx

Prism - OK, case closed ... works for your C340 as it should. Thanks.

Dave ... apologies for disorientating you. Lie down. Take it easy.

Steve

I am still waiting on Garmin

I am still waiting on Garmin to complete their testing using my POI files. Below is my last response. I will keep the group updated.

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>From: "TechSupp"
>To: "Eric"
>Subject: Software Support
>Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2007 09:44:26 -0500
>
>Yes I did try it on one device but was unable to recreate it yet. Im going to try again with a different scenario this afternoon when the phones slow down a bit.
>
>I will let you know what happens
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>Best Regards,
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>Software Support Specialist
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>Email: techsupp@garmin.com

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Thanks Eric

OK Eric - Thanks.

You'll have done this anyway - but Garmin need to understand that this is an issue with some units but not all.

Problems seen with I3, C320 and C330 ... not with C340 or C5xx.

Cheers

Steve

POI Loader

Eric wrote:

1. POI Loader. I was told that you can set up sub-directories, but the sub-folder should only contain one CSV file. I currently have my files in sub-directories which contain multiple CSV files, and I was told that that will not work. You can have multiple CSV files under the root directory, but not in sub-directories. I haven’t tested this yet, but if it doesn’t work I will let you know.

I use POI Loader beta, and that works with multiple sub-folders on my c530 (no more than 1 deep. In other words, I have a main folder which contains serveral subfolders and also several .csv files. In each of the subfolders, I have multiple .csv files but no subfolders.
Hope this is clear.

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Garmin Support - Results

Hey All,

I just got off the phone 5 minutes ago from the excellent support at Garmin. I had three issues, and the following is the result of our conversation. I haven’t had the chance to completely implement their suggestions, but I wanted to pass along the information provided.

1. POI Loader. I was told that you can set up sub-directories, but the sub-folder should only contain one CSV file. I currently have my files in sub-directories which contain multiple CSV files, and I was told that that will not work. You can have multiple CSV files under the root directory, but not in sub-directories. I haven’t tested this yet, but if it doesn’t work I will let you know.
2. Audio Version Update. I was attempting to update from 2.50 to 2.60. I couldn’t get the WedUpdater software to work. Although I was online at the time, the software reports that is didn’t have an internet connection. Therefore, I downloaded the update manually. I unzipped the Audio Ver. 2.60 file and clicked on the Updater application, but it was unable to find the data file. I was told to drag and drop the data file onto the Update application, and that worked fine.
3. nRoute. Although I was previously told by Garmin that nRoute would work with my c330, I was just told that it will not work. I tested the software with my eMap and it works fine, but with the c330 I get a Connection Broken error message.

That is all for now. I hope this helps others that my have similar issues.

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Update from Garmin

It seems that Garmin was able to recreate the problem we were seeing. Their response is below. I responded and let them know if we may be of additional assistance, just let us know.

GREAT JOB FOLKS! Thanks for the testing and problem confirmation needed to make sure that the problem seen wasn't user error.

High-5s all around smile

>From: "Garmin"
>To: "Eric"
>Subject: RE: Attn: Software Support
>Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2007 16:46:11 -0500
>
>Eric
>I'm sorry I took so long to get back to you, but I have been working on this with a co-worker and we were testing several different scenarios.
>
>I transferred the POI's with subfolders and they didn't open, you and the others on the board were correct. I checked to see if I could convert the files to .gpx and still wasn't able to open them on the device. I also did some other testing with the files to see what was causing the problem and found that the only way that I could get them to work was to transfer them with NO sub folders or sub categories.
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>If I transferred them with no sub folders or categories I was able to open the POI's on the device.
>
>I have forwarded this information to the engineers so that they can look into it.
>
>Thank you for bringing this to our attention, we will look into it further.
>

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Works fine with my C340. I

Works fine with my C340. I have multiple folders with multiple files in each folder.

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Any update?

Any update?

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On my c330....I assume then

On my c330....I assume then if no sub folders used at all...things will show up fine? Correct? Thanx Cam

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Sorry for the late response.

Sorry for the late response. I haven't not received any responses lately, but I will follow up with an email

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Latest feedback from Garmin?

Thanks Eric - keep pushing !

Problem fixed in version 5.50?

According to the Garmin website, these are the changes listed the new c330 software. I haven't tried it yet, but this likely address the problem that we brought to their attention.

Changes made from version 5.40 to 5.50:
Improved Garmin USB support on Macintosh computers
Fixed problem with custom POI loading

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Confirmed - Problem Fixed!

I just tested the new version of software, and the problem has been fixed. I am now able to create a subfolder with multiple POI files.

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Problem Fixed

Confirmed Eric - works fine now on my C320 with 5.50 software ... nice work in getting Garmin to do this !!!!!!!!!

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