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    Navman Receiver

    Anyone have one of these? How well do they work (particularly with Copilot)?

    Thanks!
    DigitalDub
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    Mine just came in today.

    I will let you know how is works.
    2004 F350 Ext. Cab
    System not reinstalled in it yet

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    any updates?
    DigitalDub
    1200 mhz duron/ 384m pc133/ 6.4 gig for OS / 75 gig storage/ 32 meg Nvidia Geforce2 wit TV out / onboard sound / GPRS / 7" digitallww flip out / X10 Mouseremote / 255w inverter (temp)

    Audio
    Nakamichi CD-45Z HU / Monsoon amp and 8 speakers

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    It works good with Street Finder, but the USB version has been a no go with Co-Pilot so far. They also do not seem to map the USB to a COM port so other GPS Utillies do not work. The Serial version would have been a better choice, but I wanted USB I have the CP Serail GPS.

    I am thinking about returning the NavMan and upgradeing to a Co-Pilot USB GPS and being done with it.
    2004 F350 Ext. Cab
    System not reinstalled in it yet

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    try an USB to serial adapter. That's basically what the CoPilot GPS is. Actually Copilot's USB converts to HID then to serial. I think thats why XP's hardware profile shows a microsoft serial mouse.

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