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    im using a 765 and i confirm that 2, 4 and 16 GB C4 SDHC card works well.

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    Any ideas for GPSMap62s and GPSMap60Csx? Thanks.

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    4GB High Capacity and 2GB Standard Capacity respectively. See Post 26: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterPerth View Post
    Any ideas for GPSMap62s and GPSMap60Csx? Thanks.
    No ideas!
    GPSMap62s support any card what you need.
    GPSMap60Csx also but there is no way put on it more than 4Gb of map (with factory SW!).
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    LOL... i should have added 'provided you trust Garmin Germany, that is! They have proved to be greatly conservative, if you read the posts after #26 you will see what i mean'. In other words, just stick any big card in, see what happens and report back. But i'm sure Giomen is right anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    @PeterPerth
    LOL... i should have added 'provided you trust Garmin Germany, that is! They have proved to be greatly conservative, if you read the posts after #26 you will see what i mean'. In other words, just stick any big card in, see what happens and report back. But i'm sure Giomen is right anyway.
    Moral of the story here is: Trust a flamboyant Russian over a conservative German any day!
    LOL...I like your "philosophical approach" to Garmin-German issue...it even rhymes another think is, which I didn't understand really is the workings-wise/limitation, when you use GPSMap62s with BaseCamp, you get 2 (two) different windows, (in my case Removable Disk (K) and the Garmin GPSMAP 62s (J) )
    Here I have realized that the limitation for those different Folders/Disks are different...is that correct? For example I made a test for a 8 GB SD Card, see below:
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    All Data = Garmin GPSMAP 62s (J)
    Memory Card: Removable Disk (K)

    Providing that the "Properties" tool of Win7 shows correct (RightClick at the mentioned folders/disks), it shows 9.19 GB (for a 8 GB Card), (ok I can live with that, Fat32 etc issue), however, it shows also, that the Memory Card, Disk (K) takes the most of the space of 8 GB, whereas, the AllData (J), capacity (free space) is reduced to 1.8 GB.
    What can we conclude now? I think, that for Tracks and WayPoints, the free space is ca. 2 GB, and the rest (6 GB) goes to Memory card, for maps,etc.)
    I removed the bloody BirdsEye images to Memory Card, was fine and was still recognized at the GPS, however, the recording of the tracks/wp is always at (J), means it is limited to ca.2 GB, correct? (these extrapolation is for 8GB only for the time being, I will try later the same game also for 16 GB, as I am planning a big trip with no Laptop with me.I do anticipate, however, that the total capacity for (J) will be always the same: 2 GB, no matter how big the SD Card is, (but the capacity limit for the (K) Disk might be different)
    P.S.: The other thing is, at bigger size of the SD card, say 16 GB, although the properties shows the high space, BUT WHETHER or NOT the GPS recognizes the whole content, (for all Maps for instance), OR is it also limited to a certain absolute size?!?[/COLOR]
    P.P.S.: As a test, I had deleted the "GPX" folder totally from J and placed it to K, was fine, it was recognized by GPS, HOWEVER, when you start a new track, GPS creates automatically a new "GPX" folder at J and puts all new data (Tracks and WP), to J, not to K anymore, so your recording of tracks and WP is limited by Garmin anyway, just for your interest (FYI)..:Animated39:
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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterPerth View Post
    What can we conclude now?
    No conclusions will be follow because you have mistake in the main on start:

    All Data = Garmin GPSMAP 62s (J) - is build-in memory of GPSMAP 62s (1.8 GB) and only!

    But you are right the Garmin devices have the various limits surely! It is concern a size and a location of map, JNX, waypoint, track and so on...

    I can give you advice. Read the forum numerous threads before you begin write about nothings. :fuss1:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giomen View Post
    No conclusions will be follow because you have mistake in the main on start:

    All Data = Garmin GPSMAP 62s (J) - is build-in memory of GPSMAP 62s (1.8 GB) and only!
    But you are right the Garmin devices have the various limits surely! It is concern a size and a location of map, JNX, waypoint, track and so on...Read the forum numerous threads before you begin write about nothings.:fuss1:
    Obviously you didn't see the photo which was attached in my message...I do trust what I see, and to Window's tools (properties). When you say something, please try to be specific as much as possible, try to point out directly to that what you exactly mean, instead creating balloons like in a cartoon....At the pic you can exactly see the total capacity of the GPSMAP62s (J) disk, and the remaining 1.8 GB free space from a Micro SD Card of a 8 GB size. The used space 56 MB plus the Free Space 1.8 GB makes 2.3 GB, NOT more, or? Pls specify which thread exactly you mean, and in my opinion, this subject is definitely not "NOTHINGS" for me, quite the opposite, even VERY IMPORTANT...I think rather "nothings" for you, not for me...Stop being sarcastic when you "reply", or just don't :fuss1::fuss1::fuss1:
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    You really do not have to worry.
    You will NEVER fill your GPS internal flash memory (J) with your travel tracklogs and waypoints.
    Our three year 85,000 km Australia motorhome triplog totalled just 65MB using the now old GPSMap60C. Filling c1.8GB will take a looong time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubadoo View Post
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    You really do not have to worry.
    You will NEVER fill your GPS internal flash memory (J) with your travel tracklogs and waypoints.
    Our three year 85,000 km Australia motorhome triplog totalled just 65MB using the now old GPSMap60C. Filling c1.8GB will take a looong time.
    Thanks mate, at last a conclusive message to relax, I am going to buy a second 16 or 32 GB SD card anyway, to find out what is what, so I can add other several big maps, to enable or disable in different countries/continents, via GPS.
    Last edited by PeterPerth; 15th June 2012 at 07:14.
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