Thanks

 

Thanks for the access. I'm new to the GPS world but this site is very helpful and has saved me a lot of time stumbling around looking for files and info.

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Chuck Stewart Benbrook, TX

Welcome to the family--

Chuck, welcome to the family!

Look around, learn, ask questions, and help out as you can. You'll find lots of information and even more opinions -- and like in any family, those opinions will be quite varied!

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Nuvi 2460, 680, DATUM Tymserve 2100, Trimble Thunderbolt, Ham radio, Macintosh, Linux, Windows

Welcome enjoy your time here.

Welcome.

Welcome

You will find a wealth of information on this site. Everyone I have had the opportunity to get info from has been great.

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Dwayne, Nuvi 1690

Welcome to the site

Welcome to the site texaschuck. After checking out the FAQ and other info. If you have any questions just ask.

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Charlie. Nuvi 265 WT and Nuvi 2597 LMT. Android Here WeGo - Offline Maps & GPS.

Welcome

Welcome to the site.

We usually recommend the following.

There is a "Learn" button in the upper right of this page next to "red light cameras" that takes you to a Getting Started page. It is worthwhile visiting this page.

To make navigation easy, most browsers provide the following option. When you want to follow a link - but still keep your current page open - you can hold down the "Ctrl" key as you left-click on a link. That action will open a new "Tab" in your browser up on the "Tab" bar. When you then left-click on that new "Tab", you will follow the link - leaving the "Tab" you are now reading open and available to click on and return here.

So, using the "Learn" link, you might try the "Ctrl" - left-click sequence and then return here. You can return by either "X-ing" out of the "Getting Started" page (using the "X" on the "Tab" itself) or just left-clicking on the "Tab" for the page you are on right now.

Note that the Learn Button will give you access to two valuable reference pages -
the "Index" to all of the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) and the Glossary of Terms and Links.

Since you are new here, I encourage you to go through a couple of the Tutorials.

The first link makes sure the settings on your computer are such that you can do more advanced POI loading.
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/30393

The next link helps you make a backup of your GPS by attaching it to your computer. (NEVER do anything to your GPS until you have a backup). It also assures that you put your (newer) unit into a state where you can see all of the folders there.
http://www.poi-factory.com/node/30394

Let us know how we can help you enjoy your GPS.

TexasChuck

I see you are close, welcome to a new Texas.
This is a great spot and everyone is friendly and glad to offer all the help any of us need.
Mary

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Mary, Nuvi 2450, Garmin Viago, Honda Navigation, Nuvi 750 (gave to son)

Welcome aboard

& have fun but do be careful because this place is quite addictive grin

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/19777

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Nüvi 255WT with nüMaps Lifetime North America born on 602117815 / Nüvi 3597LMTHD born on 805972514 / I love Friday’s except when I’m on holidays ~ canuk

yep

canuk wrote:

& have fun but do be careful because this place is quite addictive grin

http://www.poi-factory.com/node/19777

It sure can be !!!

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. 2 Garmin DriveSmart 61 LMT-S, Nuvi 2689, 2 Nuvi 2460, Zumo 550, Zumo 450, Uniden R3 radar detector with GPS built in, includes RLC info. Uconnect 430N Garmin based, built into my Jeep. .

welcome

welcome