Question about GPS
SOURCE: SG4 Sky Caddy driver
Make sure your cord is plugged into the SkyCaddie with the cord pointing down towards the battery, not going up. It makes sense and it is easier to plug in with the cord going up, but you will eliminate this error if you plug in the cord with the cord going up.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
I am sure you can find something here, I am not sure which applies to you but this I believe is your system.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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I had the same problem here in New
Zealand. Navman would be recognized using USB.
I tried it with Windows Vista and
Windows XP. In the end, I connected to windows 7, it was immediately
recognized. I had the option to apply a few upgrades which I did.
After the upgrade, it now also works for
windows vista and windows XP
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