I want to use my E750 with my Garmin GPS 76S and have a Prolific serial bridge connector to the USB on my PDA. THe serial bridge works on my home PC OK but when connected to the PDA , the PDA recognises it is connected but will not work with it. I have been unable to load the supplied driver into my PDA. Does anybody know how to convert a driver file to work with a PDA or does anybody know of a driver that will work with the cable that I can download to my PDA or is there another cable such as the PA3323E-1ETC from Toshiba that I can make the connection between my PDA and GPS with.
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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.
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The Insignia NS-PU99501 USB to serial (RS-232) converter cable should be a plug and play item with Windows 7 and 8. This assumes an active internet connection and Windows Update is set to search for drivers for new devices. See https://www.insigniaproducts.com/pdp/NS-PU99501/5883029 and go to the Support & Downloads tab to find the manual and the driver for a Macintosh OS.
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When I have seen this problem in the past it generally means it is time for a new unit or a repair. It is a hardware issue that a user can not fix. For your local repair depot please contact Garmin @ 1-800-800-1020
I had the same problem with my 76S. Called Garmin to send it back for service. They said it was a problem with new WAAS signals that causes the freeze/black line. Disabling WAAS using menu/system solved it for now. They are working on a software update Real Soon Now.