CN NA 2025.10

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CN NA 2025.10 now available
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Good to know!

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You may run into problems trying to update the maping in Basecamp. I updated 2 XTs and the map update for basecamp failed both times.
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Start GE with "Run as administrator" before trying to install maps to PC even if you are logged in as a user with admin privileges.
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Just to add a data point. I updated the map on my XT over WiFi and it took only about 20 minutes. This beats the crippled USB connection I had been using. But to get 2025.10 into Basecamp, I of course had to use same. But imagine my astonishment when it took less than 10 minutes. Is this a new deal, with the map being transferred from the XT to my iMac via USB, instead of waiting for Garmin's often slow servers?

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Wouldn't it be nice if we all had a standard experience. I won't let the XT update a map via wi-fi after letting it do so once which was followed by Express not recognizing that the XT had a map installed. As for CN NA 2025.10, I updated the XT with Express and then tried to install it to my PC.
There was a long download period during the first attempt but subsequent attempts did not do the download again. When it finally worked it took less than 10 minutes.
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Peobody wrote: 15 Mar 2024 00:54 Start GE with "Run as administrator" before trying to install maps to PC even if you are logged in as a user with admin privileges.
Took me a long, long time to figure out how to do this. The whole time I was wishing you had given instructions on how to do it. There are many of us out here that are pretty computer illiterate, just saying.

I updated the XT via home wifi. Then using Garmin Express I reinstalled the map. All subsequent attempts to install to computer failed until I finally figured the above "run as administrator" thing. Installed map to computer first time after that.
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Good point @rbentnail.

It's sometimes difficult to get the right balance between
  1. Making a simple straight forward statement - which is accurate, to the point and is not cluttered with additional 'how-to' information
  2. Making a lengthy post which gives all of the necessary detail. This method runs the risk of over complicating a very simple point. Some will need it, some will not, others will find it annoying and over-complicated.p
@Peobody used the first method. Succinct, to the point. Everything you need to know in a nutshell.
@jfheath tends to use the second method. That's because he was a teacher, and is used to explaining things in many different ways - because kids and adults all learn differently.

I saw @Peobody's post and thought 'brilliant' - I wish that I could resist the temptation to add unnecessary detail. And I was proud of myself for not adding a 'how-to run as administrator' post - thinking of all of the numerous times I have been accused of making things too complicated.

On the forum, you cannot cater for people who cannot cope with lengthy explanations. Except by not giving them. So I decided that Peobody's comment was absolutely spot on. So no explanation would help. If they don't know about 'Run as Administrator' they will ask.

And that will be a separate post, with a separate reply - without destroying the perfect, succinct information that @Peobody's post provided. No point in me providing the info for you - you've found out how to do it. Maybe you could post what you discovered to help anyone else who is in the same position as you were ?
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Hi all, one of the best bits of advice my dad gave me was never be afraid to ask.
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jfheath wrote: 17 Mar 2024 07:21 Good point @rbentnail.

It's sometimes difficult to get the right balance between
  1. Making a simple straight forward statement - which is accurate, to the point and is not cluttered with additional 'how-to' information
  2. Making a lengthy post which gives all of the necessary detail. This method runs the risk of over complicating a very simple point. Some will need it, some will not, others will find it annoying and over-complicated.p
@Peobody used the first method. Succinct, to the point. Everything you need to know in a nutshell.
@jfheath tends to use the second method. That's because he was a teacher, and is used to explaining things in many different ways - because kids and adults all learn differently.

I saw @Peobody's post and thought 'brilliant' - I wish that I could resist the temptation to add unnecessary detail. And I was proud of myself for not adding a 'how-to run as administrator' post - thinking of all of the numerous times I have been accused of making things too complicated.

On the forum, you cannot cater for people who cannot cope with lengthy explanations. Except by not giving them. So I decided that Peobody's comment was absolutely spot on. So no explanation would help. If they don't know about 'Run as Administrator' they will ask.

And that will be a separate post, with a separate reply - without destroying the perfect, succinct information that @Peobody's post provided. No point in me providing the info for you - you've found out how to do it. Maybe you could post what you discovered to help anyone else who is in the same position as you were ?
No need to explain yourself any more than I need to defend myself. I've had enough people bitch about others asking questions that I'd rather go search myself. The difficult part I have is asking the right question to not get a long, drawn out explanation of how a computer works and how blahblahblah and probably more in yet another ignored post when all that I need to be said is "right click Garmin Express icon, pick Run as Administrator."
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