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GARMIN 60CSX map loading


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Trying to load some maps onto my Garmin 60csx,noticed i downloaded the complete Nevada map but here is the problem ,Nevada map comes in sections so i only can load one section at a time or is there a way to load the complete Nevada map with one click into the Garmins memory?

Manfred Diel


thats kinda strange. i downloaded a Texas map with back-roads and mapsource would allow me to highlight each section and then transfer them all at one time.
i dont know whats up with your map.
are you new at gps stuff or is it just this map?


New member
In mapsourse, load the entire map, then select the map tool and draw a square arround all the zones you wish, you may have to decrease the map size first to get all the zones you require in view, they should select ready for upload


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you can only do so much with internal memory
rest has to go on chip
check your chip size
not all units came with large chips

so you can run out of room
i run 4 gigs in my 300 colorado and have all the maps
more maps than i know what to do with
lakes streets and highways parks! mines! topos!
6 million POI - can always find beer or lunch

took me a minute to update to 2012
lots of free stuff all over the net

go here - read