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Garmin GPS help needed

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i am getting rid of a garmin 172c. I was wondering if someone could help me out.

i want to transfer all my waypoints to my new humminbird. but i do not have a garmin card reader or a blank garmin card to download the info to my computer, and i do not want to buy the equipment to do this.

Does somebody have the equipment to do this? Can someone help me....

Thanks,

Bryon

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Do you have a computer cable? If so you might be able to use one of 2 programs. EasyGPS or GPS Trackmaker do a google search.

Mike

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