23 posts • joined Tuesday 18th August 2009 12:47 GMT
First Direct are running some tasks tonight..................................
Garmin & Navteq
I have what purports to be a top of the range Garmin unit, its worse that my old and much lamented BM6300, however it does use the same mapping agency, I notified them of a error 10 years ago, this, like the correspondent above, has not been corrected, despite receiving an acknowledgement.
It fails to zoom in at slow speed (despite having auto enabled), the Navteq maps have junction errors too numerous to mention, for goodness sake, they could use Streetview to sort that out, I wish I had put the money towards a better and larger smartphone and use that instead.
Apparently it's in Swindon, wherever that is.
At a dig at the site of the old Tower of London, some human remains were found, further examination revealed that the person was formerly a Bishop of Willesden, the exclusive west London borough, home of the rich and famous.
The Police are lacking in training, have poor discipline and abysmal leadership, that is the reason for this and many other problems faced by law abiding citizens.
I think we should have a new unit : maybe-bite
Yes Ok But
I followed the advice about turning the dowloaded file into an iso and got Win 7 64 installed and then set about sticking all my other programmes in, I got nearly all the way when I stared to notice messages like," Hi you've just about got enough space to install Adobe reader 999.4 on this partition," what! a whole 85 GB. It had kept all three dowloads I had done, plus the iso and Old win at 35 gb, plus a whole bunch of other stuff, talk about a 'clean' install
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