Question about Garmin Emap GPS Receiver
I own a Garmin emap. Recently it is not aquiring any satellite signals. On further investigation I find that the local time is showing exactly 12 hours behind the actual time. I have correctly set the UTC offset and even reinstalled the software but no avail. Could somebody please throw some light on the matter
I had a similar problem, and Garmin recommended that I reset the user data by holding "Power" and "Esc" when you turn on the unit. I think it remedied my problem to some extent. However, note that this will indeed delete all of your waypoints and other data, so be sure to back them up somehow (even if it means manually writing down the waypoint coordinates and re-entering them later) if you don't want to lose them. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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