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GPS City (http://www.gpscity.ca ) sells compatible Inland lake maps. Please note Garmin does not recommend them for that unit but I am sitting at my desk with one in my Nuvi 760 and it is working fine. You will need to turn off the street maps first to see the inland lake maps. I tested it with a Garmin Pre-programmed card for Alberta Canada.
Turn the on button at the top of the device o by pushing it to the left and hold in that position for at least 20 seconds. The device will reset and turn on. This has worked several times for me when the 780 has refused to turn on.
this is a nightmare and i have just solved it
download aprogram called winrar its free on the net
use this to extract the files instead of double clicking the icon downloaded and set it to extract the files to desktop it will ask you where you want to extract files to
now you should have a number of new files on your desk top find the icon called img open it and select CNEUNT2009.11Update_ENU for english
click on repair instaler and follow the wizard when it is complete go back to the original file you downloaded from garmin and double click it will now take you through the original process without the corrupt files
I got a Vista computer in April and have problems also. You need a special program to install the maps. email Garmin and they will send you the link. An SD card reader/writer is MUCH faster than the sync.
I didn't have syncing problems until after I tried to install Documents to Go. I had to remove Doc to Go v6 because it was making my computer unstable. Doc to GO V10 works with Vista but requires Palm OS6. Garmin says that Palm OS6 can't be installed on the Garmin iQue because they added proprietary software to OS4. I believe my sync problems will disappear after I reload the Palm Software.