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Downloadig from memory map

Each time try to download a route from memory map to computer, get error message 0,
dont understand whats wrong, what settings do i need on my etrex.
please help if you can
regards
matt goldie

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Is Mapsource installed on your PC?
Are you using the "Receive from Device" icon?
Is your unit being recognized when you use "Receive from Device"?

If your answers are yes to all of the above, you might have to update your Mapsource programme (free of charge) from the Garmin Website. Also, updating your unit software from the Garmin site is also a good idea.
Please let us know if this fixes your problem.

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