Updating maps on gps

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I suggest you, if time elapsing seems to be exaggerate, to stop and restart the download (last Garmin European map update was 3 hour download! I have a 265W and am getting a transfer speed of 480 KB/second on a file that is already on my computer.

) Sometimes (depending on internet connection speed, time of day) the process could be very long. I am in 9th hour of downloading and upgrading my Garmin GPS. I have been on hold for that minute for almost an hour!!!! Wonder if anyone has had success with a different cable or if some of these older 2010-2012 units are just plain slow with any usb transfer.

Kjell I just updated a Garmin Nuvi 50 and it took 26 minutes to download plus a few minutes to install.

Time doesn't matter as long as you eventually get the whole update ok. Some of the map updates are very large and will be slow on a slower connection, plus there may be others downloading at the same time.Time doesn't matter as long as you eventually get the whole update ok.Even my ancient Tom TOM One was quicker (till it was dropped on the floor and broke...) What speed is your Internet connection?Some of the map updates are very large and will be slow on a slower connection, plus there may be others downloading at the same time.

Note, however, that the 1340 LMT may have a larger file to download, so it may take longer.

Sometimes (depending on internet connection speed, time of day) the process could be very long. Pete, you are right it's not your computer and it's not your internet connection. I have three devices and all of them take hours to update, even having the maps downloaded. The USB speed I'm seeing for the nûvi 260W is just 92.5 KB/s!!

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