Hi, I wanted to upload a line drawing onto my gps so I could then create the same picture, 50 x 50 meters on the side of a hill. Just wondering if its possible to upload images from my computer, and if so how its done? Thanks
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Re: Uploading an image onto a GPS
If you mean t5hat you want the GPS to interprete the coordinates of youre line drawing the answer is no. If your GPS allows for the viewing of pics and videos then loading it into the picture folder is definitely possible. But it will have no connection to the mappping ability or the coordinates.
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First, login to your facebook account. Next, click on the profile link at the upper right corner of your screen (You would see there Home, Profile, and account). Once on your profile page, there should be a tab named Photos (beside the wall tab and info tab), click on it. Once on that page, click on the create photo album button on the upper right corner of the tab. On the next page, you would be asked to create a photo album as well as select the photos (select the drive and location where your pictures are saved and click on the thumbnails of images to mark it for uploading) that you want to upload. after selecting the pictures and images, just click on the create album and then just wait for a couple of minutes while facebook uploads your photos. You would receive a confirmation whether you want to share it or not as proof that the images were succesfully loaded.
Hi, you should be able to copy photos from your PC via the USB cable. I saved mine onto the SD card. You can also access your Garmin as if it was a hard drive using "My Computer". Just click on the "Garmin" drive, navigate to the appropriate folder (I think there's a folder called Garmin, then a Photos sub-folder). Just delete the photos you don't want.
Hey hapurves, Uploading your images should not remove the images from your memory card. If your images are no longer on your memory card the card has most likely been formatted. You could try connecting the memory card to your laptop with a card reader and under My Computer right click on the icon for your memory card and select open. Now you could try copying the images you want back on the memory card and pasting them into a folder on the memory card. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
you have more than enough hardware setup to enjoy your pictures... maybe your camera is going to sleep mode during transfer? check your battery and make sure your camera can sustain the time to transfer all your picture from cam to computer.
don't upload directly from camera... save the images in your pc first then upload from your pc.
depending on needs... if you just want to show pictures online, not for printing... i would suggest to create a duplicate and resize the duplicate image so that you have smaller files during upload... this will speed up the speed significantly.
"Isn't it supposed to look like the image on the package? "
NO, the image on the package is just for show. The newer Garmin C5XX, Nuvi, will allow you to change to a car icon. To get 3D go to the main menu and select the wrench, then select map, then Map view to change to 3D.
Mapsource 2008 only upgrade the streets and POI (point of interest).