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My use of the word "problems" was incorrect.. these issues you describe are not "unit design problems", they are "your problems" in trying to learn this new 62s design replacement for the older technology 60CSx ;)kingsnake wrote:Someone should know this before they make the same decision ...
I'm pretty sure that we cannot upload routes and WPs from the Oregon/62/64 series to MapSource..
Yes you can, at least I can...Grasshopper wrote:I'm pretty sure that we cannot upload routes and WPs from the Oregon/62/64 series to MapSource..
Dare I ask where you bought the unit?kingsnake wrote:which makes it even more odd that WebUpdater detects no unit at all, let alone the unit's type.
Amazon.CannondaleKid wrote:Dare I ask where you bought the unit?kingsnake wrote:which makes it even more odd that WebUpdater detects no unit at all, let alone the unit's type.
At some of the low prices I've seen, is it possible there are Chinese Garmin knock-offs?
I got the same error the last time I tried to contact Garmin too. But then a day later I got a automated response telling me it was in fact received, but not getting an actual answer so I called support directly and all they confirmed was the things I complained about was "that's just the way it is.".kingsnake wrote:Select the various options, fill everything in, click send and ... "There is a problem sending your email. Please try again later." Now I have gone from frustrated to ballistic.
I guess I must be sitting on a $goldmine$ as I have three(3) 60CSx units just gathering dust that I have not used since buying my GPSMap62s in Oct'12Tough_Boots wrote:remember when the 60csx first got discontinued and everyone had them on clearance for under $200? That was awesome...
now everyone can go back to complaining about the 62
The user hostile navigation format you have to put up with when you lose your rune stone ...Tough_Boots wrote:What are those?imike wrote:I'm going back to paper maps!!!