Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#741 Post by VinceThu » Thu Feb 09, 2012 6:26 pm

Hello all,

I'm from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. I just got my Garmin 2465. Nice to meet you all :)
and many Thanks to MSM for the effort in producing updated GPS map...

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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#742 Post by bartmp8 » Thu Feb 09, 2012 9:31 pm

VinceThu wrote:Hello all,

I'm from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. I just got my Garmin 2465. Nice to meet you all :)
and many Thanks to MSM for the effort in producing updated GPS map...
Welcome VinceThu, pls read the Newbie welcome message and some useful info here:

http://www.malsingmaps.com/forums/viewt ... 27#p141527 <--- click here

Since you're from Borneo pls use this topic if you have any questions.

http://www.malsingmaps.com/forums/viewt ... 51#p128851

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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#743 Post by r3tzuu » Wed Feb 15, 2012 8:10 pm

Hi I'm new here just downloaded nt5.4 into my garmin however I realized my exit services view disappeared..(the list on the right hand side which is showing the list of exits while driving on the expressway, as well as junction view when exit disappeared as well) Can someone advise me on this, like how to get it back..? Thanks very much!!! Location: Singapore.

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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#744 Post by SilverBeauty » Wed Feb 15, 2012 9:03 pm

r3tzuu wrote:Hi I'm new here just downloaded nt5.4 into my garmin however I realized my exit services view disappeared..(the list on the right hand side which is showing the list of exits while driving on the expressway, as well as junction view when exit disappeared as well) Can someone advise me on this, like how to get it back..? Thanks very much!!! Location: Singapore.

Your preinstalled maps should still be inside your device.
Go to MainMenu - Tools - System - Map - MapInfo and select Garmin NT map for the JCV feature. Deselect rest of maps. When searching, enable MSM NT5.4 to search and find POI.

Use only 1 active map at 1 time

dhuafa

Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#745 Post by dhuafa » Wed May 02, 2012 8:16 pm

Hi newbie here

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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#746 Post by nazrose » Wed May 02, 2012 10:17 pm

dhuafa wrote:Hi newbie here
Hi.. :welcome: to MSM

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#747 Post by emfadz21 » Mon May 07, 2012 9:05 pm

Hi all,

I just bought Garmin Montana 600 and would like to explore more on my device via this forum. I really hope for those who already bought Montana series can give me guidance on the best way for me to use this device.

Thanks.

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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#748 Post by philipngoi » Mon May 21, 2012 3:56 pm

Greetings frm a newbie total :mrgreen: i dont drive but i've a hobby of hiking & kayaking in M'sia eastwest - i'll be going further into forest and rivers of M'sia* -

Need advise and guidance :) Thank you :thumbsup:

i Google about gps and Garmin - understand only a fraction fraction :oops:

The Garmin etrex20 fits my budget first but does this model fit my needs*?

Greetings :wave:
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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#749 Post by bartmp8 » Mon May 21, 2012 5:01 pm

philipngoi wrote:Greetings frm a newbie total :mrgreen: i dont drive but i've a hobby of hiking & kayaking in M'sia eastwest - i'll be going further into forest and rivers of M'sia* -

Need advise and guidance :) Thank you :thumbsup:

i Google about gps and Garmin - understand only a fraction fraction :oops:

The Garmin etrex20 fits my budget first but does this model fit my needs*?

Greetings :wave:

Hi :welcome: to MSM.

Firstly please read my Welcome note on the first post (page 1) of this thread.
Then read the new MalsingWiki: http://www.malsingmaps.com/wiki/index.p ... =Main_Page

If you intend to use your GPS for hiking and outdoor rather than driving, you may like to
compare etrax Vista HCx also. Its similar in size and features to etrax20 but has an electronic
compass.

This thread is mainly to say hello, so you may want to continue asking questions in the following topic:

Newbie Guide to Choosing Which GPS to Buy <---click

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Re: Newbie Saying Hello to MSM [Post your HELLO here] Part 2

#750 Post by SilverBeauty » Mon May 21, 2012 5:06 pm

philipngoi wrote:Greetings frm a newbie total :mrgreen: i dont drive but i've a hobby of hiking & kayaking in M'sia eastwest - i'll be going further into forest and rivers of M'sia* -

Need advise and guidance :) Thank you :thumbsup:

i Google about gps and Garmin - understand only a fraction fraction :oops:

The Garmin etrex20 fits my budget first but does this model fit my needs*?

Greetings :wave:

Looking at your activities, and the fact that you like kayaking, the 78S is suited as it is IPX7 rated which means it is waterproof and even floats in water. It is intended as a small, rugged, outdoor handheld GPS primarily aimed at hikers and climbers.

https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?cID=161&pID=63602

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