I want to download and install (D-n-I) Content Manager for above GPS device that I use in my vehicle. This program helps to update GPS software, update maps etc. It did not install correctly because of Compatibility Settings set on my Acer Aspire 5738-6969 laptop preinstalled with Windows 7 and updated with SP1.During a Chat session with Magellan customer service agent, I was told by him that Content Manager runs with Win XP SP2, SP3 and Win Vista successfully.Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free.You'll be able to ask questions about your sat nav or chat with the community and help others.Go there Return to top of page We recommend you contact your wireless carrier.They may be able to track down your phone/device using the location technology built into it.Please be aware that the GPS satellites themselves do not track anything on the ground.
Google Earth is a very cool tool for exploring the planet, and its ability to import KML files makes it easy to use Google Maps to store and share routes and destinations.
The satellites do not transmit any mapping information.
Visit the Address, Route, & Map Problems page for instructions on how to submit corrections to the responsible parties.
Still, for routing a large RV across the United States, Google Earth lacks the necessary capability to identify and avoid low bridges and steep hills that might otherwise ruin your day.
Although Google Earth isn’t our primary routing tool, it’s still useful to save, store and share routes, and these two excellent posts go into great detail about using Google Maps and Google Earth together, and Creating KML Files: One of the coolest features in Google Earth is the ability to view photos from Panoramio overlaid onto the map by enabling “Photos” in the Layers panel.