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  1. Hello, I just wanted to pop on here and let eXplorist GC owners know that Magellan asked me to get some real user feedback, and in turn they are going to pick one lucky GC owner to upgrade to a new eXplorist 310! The survey is on the front page of eXploristforum.com. You do NOT need to register on the forum to complete the survey. I thought it was such a great opportunity that I would share it on here!
  2. One of our members has been beta testing it. Look for dwcarr1 on www.exploristforum.com
  3. Explorist 410? What kind of cable are you looking for? I might have one. Email me.
  4. www.tritonforum.com I also have a Triton 2000 for sale for $150 if you're interested.
  5. The entry level eXplorist GC holds 10,000, and the yet to be released eXplorist 510-710 series will also.
  6. Tur off smart arrow, it helps a lot. Magellan is working on improvements now, not exactly sure as to what.
  7. http://www.magellangps.com/assets/manuals/...serHandbook.pdf It's a good read. It is 100% possible to enter coordinates manually for a waypoint, or a geocache.
  8. I see you changed the title to be a little more descriptive. That helps. Try dragging a GPX file directly to the geocaches folder, that's the only option Mac users have.
  9. Are you serious? I just used the "send to GPS" function for 3 seperate caches with no issue. There's a few different ways load caches, but the easiest is to drop a gpx file directly into the geocaches folder of the unit. Might I suggest reading the manual? It's available on my website, or directly from Magellan http://www.magellangps.com/assets/manuals/...serHandbook.pdf Also, how long have you had it for? A mistake?
  10. I've had 9000 on with no issues. How are you trying to load them?
  11. Try to hold menu+up+power at the same time, and see if you can connect to the PC. If you can, delete your GPX file, and it will come back. You need to be plugged into a PC before you do the key sequence. It should show up as an external drive.
  12. Yes it is! Come over to my website I have set up for the GC, and get some REAL owner's opinions.
  13. This can be done with the GC, I don't understand why you would need to return it.
  14. The easiest way is to drag the GPX files (as many as you want) to the geocaches folder on the GC. There are two other ways, one through GSAK, and one through VantagePoint. For those, you will have to read my forum.
  15. Buy a mount. The charging cord locks in the mount, and the eXplorist will snap right in. Or you can buy the eXplorist 600 that I'll be putting up for sale in the news week or so for $125.
  16. There's no MAgellan Communicator for the older eXplorists, sorry. My suggestion is to investigate GSAK, and the eXplorist export macro.
  17. Come on over and see what the owners have been saying!
  18. Or you can drag and drop a GPX file directly to the GC, or multiple GPX files for that matter.
  19. Try asking on www.tritonforum.com.
  20. Check this out, it should help: http://gsak.net/board/index.php?act=ST&f=6&t=14996 Also, make sure you're set to GPX 1.0.1 if you want attributes to show: http://www.exploristforum.com/index.php?op...&id=115#117
  21. No Wherigo, sorry. Isn't Wherigo still in alpha stage, with no updates since 2008?
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