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  1. #11
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    Well I the gps came today and I powered it up and promptly hit the wrong spot on the keypad and everything is in German and I can't figure out how to change it to English. Too bad for they didn't send instructions for dummies with the unit.

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    lol... hit setup... then hit.... system.... then hit what ever.... language... you want. Thats how you do the Oregon 450T anyway.

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    Thanks, how do you say set up in German! Guess I should have had one of the kids turn it on for me!

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    You're on your own on that one bro....good luck.

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    Well the daughter came down and the many years of college came in handy, she finally gopt to use the German language that she took one semester, probably for the only time since she graduated. At least it is now in English! Now to work up enough nerve to use it!

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    Sorry if this is a hijack...i was checking out the huntinggps.com site as mentioned here - how often do they have updates and are they free?

    Looks like some pretty good stuff - just wasn't sure about the updates.

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    They are updated yearly and are $20 for the update. I have been using for the last couple of days and it is the greatest thing sence sliced bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky View Post
    They are updated yearly and are $20 for the update. I have been using for the last couple of days and it is the greatest thing sence sliced bread.
    Thanks! May go on the Christmas list...

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    Have you checked out gpsfiledepot.com yet? There are a lot of different maps available for all kinds of activities and the best part is they are free. I've got a Rhino 530 and it works great with these maps. Getting the maps loaded on your GPS isn't the most intuitive process but if you follow the instructions in the Garmin MapSource software it's doable. If anyone needs help loading maps I'll try to make a walkthrough. Just please give it your best effort first.

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    I purchased a card from Sportsman warehouse. Has BLM as well as owner information.

 

 

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