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Sat Oct 21 10:51:33 BST 2006
If you are sure you have a 2.85 volt SD card and it still doesn't work, try
reformatting it using the NaviGPS's format function - it is supposed to be
FAT16 but is a bit fussy and doesn't always seem to like the way other
devices make FAT16 volumes.
On 10/21/06, Dave <osm.list at randomjunk.co.uk> wrote:
> what SD card did you get working?
> I've tried several and the only one that works is a SanDisk Ultra II 2GB
> card that I usually use in my camera, which is a bit of overkill, and I want
> to use that in my camera. Obviously I don't have to worry too much about
> what to store with that... a 2 hour track at 1/sec only seemed to use a few
> You definitely need the ZDA otherwise the trackpoints don't have time and
> you won't be able to upload them to OSM properly, but you prob don't need
> the GSV at least.
> Alternatively you could just get a 512MB SanDisk Ultra II card -- it'll
> cost about £10-£15, and should work.
> On 21/10/06, Thomas Walraet <thomas at walraet.com> wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I just receive my NaviGPS, and found an SD card which work with it (but
> > 16Mo only)
> > Almost everything seems clear with reading the user manual and some
> > test. I just not sure about which NMEA sentences should be logged for
> > OSM (and due my small card size, i'd like to log just the necessary)
> > http://wiki.splitbrain.org/NaviGPS#datalogging_to_sd-card
> > GGA, GLL, GSA, GSV, RMC, VTG, ZDA... What do you recommend ?
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