Question about Garmin StreetPilot C330 GPS Receiver
When i turn my c330 on it shows no map data available
The StreetPilot c320 is, we
answer to the TomTom "Go" and the Magellan RM300 . Garmin rates
it as a "Beginner's GPS Car Navigator" and in that we agree. The
c3x0 ( when we refer below to the c3x0, we are referring to features
present in BOTH the c320 and c330 models) is extremely simple to
to input address and other data, and has a limited number of features
so as not to confuse people unfamiliar with GPS equipment. What
is NOT is a replacement for the much more "feature rich" StreetPilot
26x0 models. The c320 offers a simple to operate, capable car
navigator with the essential features of other car navigation units but
with few of the "frills, bells and whistles" that many users have come
to expect from Garmin. As a comparison, the c320 appears
to be competing with the reduced feature set and operational simplicity
found in the typical OEM car navigation system. The c330 is
essentially the same unit but for the c330 having built in 2.2Gbyte
for the map memory so the user has no maps to load. The c330 can
operate right out of the box". The new c340 is the same as
the c330 with the addition of capability to accept input from Garmin's
GTM10 RDS-FM radio receiver so as to be able to automatically route you
around road problems in cities where RDS traffic radio is available.
The c340 (unique in this group) allows the user to input 3rd
party provided CSV files with locations of speed cameras, school zones,
and other traffic hazards. The SP c3x0 models now can operate with
Garmin's new CUSTOM POI LOADER software.
Note2: As of May 2005, you can install other compatible Garmin CitySelect Maps in the c320 but not in the c330.
Note3: Garmin advises us that coming production models of the c330 (as of about June 2005) will have an SD Slot so that the user CAN load maps other than CitySelect6 on the c330.
Note: Garmin tells us that AT THIS TIME the c330 can ONLY be equipped with USA/CANADA or European maps.
Note: Jack and Joe recommend purchasing the c320, buying a US$75 one gigabyte SD card (or 2gigabyte when available) and load the states you need and enjoy a lower cost plus twice the battery life as compared with the c330. The added flexibility of being able to simultaneously load maps from parts of the USA/Canada, Europe, Australia, South Africa, parts of the Middle East and etc., give the c320 versatility not found in the more expensive c330 at this time.
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Posted on Nov 18, 2007
Hey man your prob is so simple just go through this
1.connect your device to computer
2.go to my com
3.right click on your device
5. then restart it now its time to update driver
right click on computer then
1. click properties
4.universal serial bus controller(open the + sign)
5.click upper one double click
6 go to driver
7.click on the update driver
8. then choose second one (advanced) then next
9.click don't search
10.then next next if it is over
same process with anotherone then restart your computer a
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
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