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Garmin zumo 660

INSTRUCTIONS


Instructions for uploading the database to a Garmin Spyder zumo 660 using Microsoft Windows.
 

1. Connect the GPS via the USB cable to an open USB port on your computer. Turn on the GPS unit.
 

2. If your computer asks for a driver, please download and install the USB driver from Garmin's website at www.garmin.com. The driver can be found by selecting "Software" from the "Support" menu and then selecting "Additional Software" and "USB Drivers".
 

3. Once the computer recognizes your GPS device, a new window should pop up showing the GPS storage drive. If no window pops up, simply double click on the "My Computer" icon on your desktop and double click on the drive displaying "Garmin zumo".
 

4. Within the "Garmin zumo" drive, open the "Garmin" folder.
 

5. Within the "Garmin" folder, open the "Poi" folder. This is where the updated database will be copied.
 

6. Locate the downloaded dealer database file (example, "D2245000B.gpi"). Highlight the file, and select Edit > Copy.
 

7. Go back to the "Poi" folder within the GPS unit's drive and paste the database file by selcting Edit > Paste. (Note: You can also drag and drop files to and from your drives.)
 

8. Within the "Poi" folder, delete any older dealer poi files with the same root name ("D2245000..."). Do not delete other gpi files.
 

9. Safely remove the GPS device from your computer.


The dealer database for the Garmin zumo 660 has now been updated. 


If you experience difficulty loading the database to your Garmin device or for any additional help with this process, please visit the "Data Management" and "Troubleshooting" sections in the GPS unit's owner's manual.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT YOUR DEALER