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My Garmin Streetpilot c330 is not reading/finding the sd card

My Garmin Streetpilot c330 is working ok, except for the fact that it's not reading/finding the sd card. Is this a hardware issue? What should I do?

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  • calbuquerque Apr 22, 2009

    Thanks for your support but, unfortunately I've done that but the SD card is not being recognized nor the additional maps are shown on this tool. It is also important to mention that this was working ok and just in a sudden, mapsource is not recognizing the card anymore nor the gsp is showing the additional maps on the screen you've suggested.



    Thanks and regards, Cicero A.

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Hi,
If the SD card are maps.
go to tools, maps, map info,
tick the boxes
you will need serial number on the sticker on the bottom
and unit I.D. in your tools, system, about, it is located

Regards
Richard

Posted on Apr 22, 2009

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