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Old 05-08-2011, 14:19   #16
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Re: BU-353 / Cap'n Problems

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- - With some operating systems, how you start each component makes a difference. With WinXP I had to start the computer and let WinXP completely load then plug in the GPS. Since the output of a GPS looks to Windows very much like a mouse starting up with the GPS physically plugged in resulted in the cursor arrow dancing all over the screen. Then after a GPS warms up time I activated enav (The Cap'n) and everything worked just fine.
This appears to have been the problem. Many thanks!

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Re: BU-353 / Cap'n Problems

Hi, While on the topic I have charts which i have up loaded to open CPN but i was wondering if the mac gps pro soft-where would allow me to hook up my Garmin to my mck. Any help someone ) or would it be a wast of time, to purchase the soft-where!!! MacGPS Pro Mac OS X Navigation Software - Home

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