This may not be the right place for this issue but there are a lot of knowledgeable people here, so here goes.
With my Nüvi 660, I'm using a 2GB Transcend MicroSD card in a Transcend MicroSD adapter for storing my mp3 music. The card is about half full. Initially everything worked fine but now when I try to read the card via the USB connection it just hangs and I have to close the window. I can access the 660 itself without any problems. Right now, I have to read the card using a SD reader and then replacing it in the 660.
The 660 sees the card and I can play the music without any problems.
Have you tried using a different usb plug on your computor. I had a usb mouse that would only work on three of the four usb port on my laptop. I also uss a minisd card for my cellphone and need to us an adapter and found out that I could only use it if I put the minisd card in the adapert before pluging into the usb port. Hope this helps
ooops! wrong thread.
Some devices require a higher power level to operate from a USB port. When I plug my flash drives into my keyboard USB port I sometimes get a message that there is not enough power to operate the device.
Hope this helps.
Garmin Nuvi 650
With my Nüvi 660, I'm using a 2GB Transcend MicroSD card in a Transcend MicroSD adapter for storing my mp3 music.
Not familiar with that model so these comments may not be useful:
Does the 660 support a card that big (some only take 1G)?
You might want to try a different SD card. They are dirt cheap right now....or they were a couple of weeks ago. About $20 for 2G Sandisk.
It seems the 660 is having trouble reading this particular card. I tried a 512mb card and it works fine. The puzzling thing is that the 2gb card was also working fine and then wasn't, that's without any changes being made to it.
I'm going to buy two more 2gb cards (can always use'em) a "regular" and another micro and see what happens. I have a feeling it has something to do (all of a sudden?) with the number of files on the card.
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