I bought HI302E GPS CF card for my PDA HP2210, but I can't start it, I mean it doesn't work at all, but when I plug it in PDA recognise it as a modem... Any help will be very apreciated. U can contact me on yahoo msg, my id :svarryus
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I have a LOOX 610 with the hi302e gps. My PDA also recognise it as a modem but i press dismiss and use the device just fine.. in the application you use (such as tomtom) you must select the GPS reciver "CF_CARD GE"
Works fine here anyway:)
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CF stands for compact flash which means you have an error with your memory card. Try removing and replacing your compact flash memory card. If that doesn't work you may need to format your memory card or replace it.
Have you tried using an SD card? The hx2000 is supposed to support SD cards and CompactFlash Type II memory cards. If it doesn't respond, it's possible that your second-hand device simply has a faulty card slot.
Personally I have not GPS on my PDA but there is no reason that it should not work properly. The only thing is that you should pay attention on several things. Check by software producer if the software is compatible to your PDA. Please also be careful which ports use GPS hardware because your PDA has no USB port just serial port.
With another words check all this important things before you buy anything.
Before you can say that there is some common problem it will be interesting to know if your PDA has the same problem with different SD cards (different producer). As far as I know it can happened that PDA has problem with some cheap SD cards that you can buy at every supermarket. If there is possibility to check it with different cards it will be very useful.
If this issue occur with different card in this case it is possible that there is some hardware defect and you should contact a Service Partner! Please check this!
It is not easy to say what the problem can be. In my opinion you should contact the producer of this GPS receiver and ask them what the problem is. If this has been tested the producer must be able to help the users.
If no one has any solution for your issue in my opinion you should check the manufacturer’s site. Maybe there you can find out if this unit is compatible with your PDA. Usually you can find it under support or FAQs.
Try another CF card/accessory in the slot to determine if the CF socket on the E-125 is not damaged. Also run scandisk on it while plugged into the card reader on yopur PC.
There have been issues with 128 mb CF cards manufactured by SanDisk (who are OEM suppiers to several other brand names also ) randomly malfunctioning.
Inspect the pins in the CF slot on the PDA to see if any of the pins has been bent/corroded.
Hope this helps.