Question about Garmin StreetPilot 2620 GPS Receiver
You cant... Garmin sucks at support for doing stuff like this. They want you to buy a new one instead, only to find out its obsolete in a few years and then your new one is not supported in lets say in the year 2010.
That is why the Flash model 2010 and 2050 were more popular. Gave users more options and less moving parts for there unit to break.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
Hey guys - If your "disk is full" - and it won't let you load additional maps... you have to take some stuff off it... Connect it to your computer, my compute, right click and get to Explorer - find the 2620 drive. Open it. Now look for speach.. remove all the languages you don't use. If you are in Gernany, then keep German. Do the same for the HELP, and TEXT. Keep only the language you really need. This should free up space on your hard drive. I got this direct from Garmin USA. - I'm trying to upload the 2009 Maps for USA and I had the disk is full problem. Good Luck - Hope this helps... someone!... Peace! John
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
One can install & over write the City Navigator NA 2008 update onto the 2620 by using the DVD disk direct to the unit. Don't attempt to use the Map Source software to do the update. Make sure you use the drop down list to identify the Garmin unit's drive as the write to drive.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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