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Virginia...You need a computer...you need a SD card reader...plus you need the software. I prefer the new N30 version, it works well. I have posted links on this site to download the software for free. If you feel all this is too much, maybe you could send me your SD card and I could program it for you. You can just mail it to me (with return postage and package) and I'll reprogram it for free with the new N30 software. Just let me know what you would prefer. Thanks Joe
You need to test the SD card to make sure it's reading OK. Next step if it is OK, reformat the card and copy the files from the original cd that came with the unit, on to the SD card and that should fix the problem. If the SD card is defective, just get a new 1 or 2 gig SD card and copy the files on that card. It's ALWAYS helpful to have an extra SD card as a backup. If you don't have the original cd, I have the original as well as the new N30 version software for the Nav-Cam 2007. Joe
If you have your old card just copy using a card reader to a folder on hard drive, then past contents of that folder to the new card. make sure you have marked to show hidden files and folders before you start. Let me know if this helps, it worked with mine,