The reason the arrow doesn't move within the game is because *you* are not moving. You have to go outside and start walking around to make the arrow pointer move. These are GPS games and they are best played outside in a large area where you are free to walk around in most directions (like a football field). Start the game in the center of the field.
The Maze game is quite fun, and you'll get some good exercise. Move over Wii Fit! ;-)
a 6ya Technician can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Technician (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
PDF]Garmin Drive™ 40/50/60 - CNET Content Solutions
... and to make changes in the content of this manual without obligation to notify any person or organization of such ... Garmin Drive 60 Device Overview.
The solution to your problem is to avoid Garmin. Sorry, but that\'s the truth. My GPS 60 has the same problem. My rocker switch does not change the contrast setting. Nothing helps. This GPS is garbage - I can\'t even read it in low-level room light, let alone outdoors. I already bought a Nuvi car GPS by Garmin and nobody will steal it even though I leave my door unlocked! That tells you something about Garmin. My Dad bought me this hand-held (probably got it at a flea market), so now I have two pieces of garbage. I have owned GPS\'s by other companies, and Garmin sucks. Problem is, people with NO clue about GPS functionality and user-friendliness "like" Garmin because it is one of the few if only GPS products they\'ve ever tried. I even once heard some old folks in a diner telling their friends how terribly their GPS worked. It gave them poor route selection, poor interactive menus, and the maps were wrong. Then, after all that, they say they highly recommend their suckticular* product because a GPS can be so helpful at times. Never mind that other people make GPS units and they could be better, this couple recommends the one they just lambasted. At the end of the conversation, the friends asked who made it. The couple said, "Garmin" That is the level of stupidity of the consumer. A product can ****, but the consumer will recommend it just so they can sound knowledgeable or useful.
Notice that when you pull up the MARKed coordinates the yellow cursor is on the N/S letter rather than the number. Since a number is impossible there it won't let you enter one.
Use the rocker to move to the popup screens directional arrows to move to the digit you want to change. This will be easiest with the the RIGHT arrow at first; once you see the cursor it will make sense. Note I am talking about the popup's RIGHT square and not the rocker's RIGHT direction.
Have you updated the unit's software lately? Free unit software updates can be found on Garmin's site. Search for your model as this software is model-specific. There was a new satellite launched in '08 which caused problems for some Garmin units, making some units freeze. The software update fixes this.
Please come back and advise us if this works, and rate our solution. Thank you.
This happens to about 1% of the units I've sold. Sometimes the GPS antenna software reverts to version 0.00 which of course is nothing. Check in the GPS by going: Menu > Menu > Setup > System > Menu to see the versions installed.
Use Garmin WebUpdater (free from Garmin web site) to reload the software and update if necessary - they bring out updates a few times a year - it's all free and very easy to do using WebUpdater.
Go to the Garmin website and register the GPS. It will check to see if you have the latest maps and if not, you will be able to update your unit. If you bought it from a retailer and it was just turned on for the first time, Garmin will give you any updates free for I think 60 days. If you bought it from a private party and it has been turned on in the past, Garmin will know this isn't a new unit and you will have to pay for the map update (about $75.00) You can't "fool" Garmin and get free updates unless the unit has never been powered up within the 60 days!
The "New Location" fix above brought my GPS 60 back to full operation. I did reload the GPS software from Garmin but the recovery depended on well charged batteries and as above: turn the unit on press MENU button scroll to "New Location" wait 10 minutes for the GPS to recover.
Here's the link to the user manual if you need it;
To manually enter in the coordinates for a waypoint on the 60 or 76 -series units, use the following steps:
Press and hold the 'Mark' button.
Use the up arrow to scroll up to the "Location" field and press 'Enter'.
A new box pops up to enter in the new coordinates.
Go to "OK" and press 'Enter'.
Select "OK" at the bottom right corner to save all changes.
Hope this helps :)