How to activate/use Nuvi while charging

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How to activate/use Nuvi while charging

Postby antyong (retired) » Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:13 am

Charging with PC/laptop

While charging your Nuvi with your PC/laptop, you can use it by following 2 simple steps:

1. Left-click the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon at the bottom right of your screen. If the icon is not visible, click the arrow icon to display all icons.
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2. Select "Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device - ...."
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If you have more than one removable storage device connect, say a card reader, please ensure you remove the correct drive.

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Re: How to activate/use Nuvi while charging

Postby antyong (retired) » Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:15 am

Charging with USB charger

If you are charging your Nuvi using an USB charger, refer to bro Bahathir's short video to learn how to activate your Nuvi:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1exZNa-n_8

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Re: How to activate/use Nuvi while charging

Postby cruiser » Wed Oct 14, 2009 2:17 am

TQ for this valuable bit of info.... I discovered this sometime back but by chance even though its a common routine with the ext. hard drives...

This is a safety move many learn to know painfully when one simply pull out the usb.... it will serve well for noobies too. :good:
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