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Old 03-15-2007, 12:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Tried to get this working but could not get past accepting the allow connections screen. Anyone else care to try send me an email and I will send you the zip.
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Sorry for previous short message, my wife's 8800 has both caffine and fast food finder programs loaded on it and both work very well.
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Interesting since mine hangs at the screen where it wants to allow connections. Did she get it from an alx? My cod files are dated 12-9-2005. What are the dates of her cod files?
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CAFFINE FINDER what wil it work for 8700? I have to have it may have to go buy 8800 today
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CAFFINE FINDER what wil it work for 8700? I have to have it may have to go buy 8800 today
Never worked on my 8700. Supports internal GPS only.
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Interesting since mine hangs at the screen where it wants to allow connections.
I had the same issue on mine, though I think it was related to missing service books. Did you ever get yours working on the 88?
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I had the same issue on mine, though I think it was related to missing service books. Did you ever get yours working on the 88?
Have noit tried again. Didn't seem like that type of error.
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Old 05-18-2007, 10:50 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Same subject, slightly off: On a recent trip driving up the East Coast, I used Beyond411, entering "coffee" "cityname" about every 100 miles and always found the closest starbucks or local coffee shop (<--preferred).
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