Updating my etrex legend c
They state: "unit data including alamanac information may be incorrect or cleared. After installation is complete, place unit with a clear view of the sky for 15-30 minutes to re-acquire almanac data.
"I have had this problem with my e Trex Vista and e Trex Legend (both backup GPSs) and resolved it by having the clock reset. If it hasn't been used in a long time it could take up to 30 minutes to get positioning. Hi, A 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
If you had your unit off and without batteries for over a month since you last accessed satellites, then your clock and almanac information may be incorrect.
Even Garmin acknowledges this problem after software updates and the problem with accessing satellites.
Click on the small white arrow and the RHS pointing to the right of the product you want the GMA file of and it will expand to show the download option.
Please feel free to make use of Darryl's offer you will get it much sooner.
Telkom, Cell C, MTN, Vodacom and possibly any other service provider).
If I have missed out one, please mail me and I will add it.
Other maps including TOPO pro can only be viewed on the PC through Basecamp while the GPSr is connected to the PCHi Frans, A wee bit OT here, I have managed to whitelist the relevant blocks of IP addresses that is mostly in use by forum members (i.e.If the date and time are not current, then the clock is your problem.You will have to wait for the almanac information to be updated. Next you may need to acclimate your unit to a new date and time (almanac information).Robert phoned me this morning with this feedback and his GPSr is now up and running.Failing which, if your unit is registered on the Garmap website, login there and download the . Copy it across to the GPSr and that should get you going.