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Track Files I am working to collect track files for over a 1000 mile trail system. I have a Magellan 400 with a 2Gig SD card. I need to find out the most accurate settings to collect these track files to create maps, etc. I will be converting the tracks into shapefiles using OziExplorer

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We are taking more waypoints to link up the track points on the map to make it more accurate. Thanks

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When I try to play a track I get a message "No files"


Try formatting the sd card to fat 32 before saving the mp3 files to it. Also try using a high quality low capacity sd card. Scandisk 8gb for example.

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How load music in the sd card to my nintendo dsi


If you want to play music on your dsi you have to convert it to aac files, most music is mp3 files but your dsi wont play mp3 files on your dsi unless to put them on your sd ames sd card, then if you put them in your system folder they open it they will play, but if you want to put them on a sd card they into the side sd slot you have to convert them, the way to do that is to download itunes, unless you allready have it, they play the track or tracks you want on itunes, stop the track and right click the track and click create aac version, wait for it to convert, you will hear a ring when it is done, then right click the converted file and click show in windows explorer, then put your sd card into your pc and drop and drag the songs you have in the windows file, you can put them in a music folder if you like, then when you have all the music you want on the card, put in into the side slot on your dsi then turn it on and open the sd card folder and you will see a music file, then open it a play your music, hope this helps you, cheers Roger M.

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Need to be able to down load music to sd card on dsi


There are two ways to play music on your ds and dsi,when using a r4 or r4i, for the ds just put the music you want on your games card and transfer them to your system files folder, then when you turn your ds on go into your system files, and play the music that way, you dont have to convert them, they will play in mp3 form, in the dsi you can do it that way, but if you dont want to put them on your games card you have to convert them to aac files, all you have to do is download itunes, if you dont have it allready, then put your music into a playlist on itunes, then right click and click on where it says create aac version, every track it coonverts you will see it converting above, and your will hear a bell when it is done, when you have converted all the tracks you want, right click on the track and click where it says show in windows explorer, when all your songs are in the folder, drop and drag them onto your sd card, you can put them into a music file on your card, thats what i did, just to make it easy for my grandson. then pop it into your dsi slot on the side, then open it and play your music, hope this helps you, Roger.

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You need a standard SD digital memory card (not the newer HC high capacity cards as Magellan does not guarantee compatibility although I did get one to work that was a micro SD card with the full SD adapter). You will need to put your mp3 music files from your PC onto the SD card just as you would your mp3 player; insert the SD card into an SD slot on your computer, laptop or USB adapter and copy the files to the card. After files are saved, put the card into the slot on the right side of the Maestro and then refer to the User Manual (http://www.magellangps.com/support/product.asp) page 64 to see how to play the music. You can play through radio speakers or by using headphones/ear buds with a USB connector.

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Providing you saved the SD card info as soon as you got it, reformat the SD card and copy the files over. Or find a friend that has the same unit and copy their files. Reformat your card before also.

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Is an SDHC card compatible with RNS-E


What's the exact RNS model you have, the RNS-510 ? Older equipment only supports SD cards, not SDHC (= SD High Capacity). And what's the exact SDHC card size & type ?

You might wanna try to format your SDHC card using FAT and/or FAT32 and try again. Also make sure the card is in read-only mode (workaround for some older firmware bugs).

And while testing, just use a couple of MP3/WMA files (so don't put tons of files on it) and remove all other files from the device to make sure it's not interfering.

If possible, try an older SD (non SDHC) card and/or contact your Audi dealer for a firmware-upgrade. Since you're having troubles with built-in functionality, this (possible) upgrade should be free of charge.

There are some rumors that some of the newer firmwares will only play DRM-enabled files, so you might wanna try that too (or ask your Audi dealer).

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