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I'm not aware of the POI Converter software but it may be it that is taking the POI name and forcing it down to old IBM computer standard with an 8 character size limit.
I'd suggest you give Extra POI Editor a shot as I haven't heard of this problem using it to convert OV2 to CSV files. You can find EPE at https://turboccc.wikispaces.com/Extra_POI_Editor
If that doesn't work and you don't get any more response here, I'd try POI-Factory.com where there are a lot of POI experts (many of them members here as well ;) )
The 3597 uses via points as destinations by default but it's more than simple to change them to shaping points if you are using trip planner. Just load your trip and the list of via points screen appears on the screen that has the Map and GO icons on it. Tap the "FLAG" to the left of any of the waypoints between the starting point and the end point and the Nuvi will ask you if you want to change the waypoint to a shaping point. Say yes and your good to go.
If your talking about the EULA screens appearing when you first turn the device on, they will disappear once you use the device to travel for at least 20 seconds going over 3 MPH. Once this requirement has been met, the EULAs should no longer appear during startup.
If your talking about the single WARNING screen that appears about using the device while the vehicle is moving then NO you can't disable that screen. It will disappear without user intervention after about 10 seconds.
A couple of years ago, took the 15 hour ferry ride from Port Hardy, BC, on the Vancouver Island, to Prince Rupert, BC through the inland passage. Spectacular trip, especially with the Nuvi keeping track of where we were.
Which Garmin has made easy by putting a copy of the manual directly on the DriveLuxe 50 in the Garmin/Documents folder, in English, Spanish and French.
I guess I have to use Driveluxe and play around with the features.
Well it would certainly help. You might also try reading the manual.
Yes, over a 6GB download but that's all types of maps - road, 3D, DEM, JCV, plus Voice Recognition, etc. and the downloaded map data isn't compressed which is part of the work done on your computer prior to the transfer to the GPS.
Borrowing from a post alandb made on another site, the files installed on a 3597 look like this:
68,040,926 05j7k9a8.srx (replaces 05hpwx6o.srx)
459,728,310 05j7k9a9.asr (replaces 05hpwx6p.asr)
69,440,535 05j7k9aa.asr (replaces 05hpwx6q.asr)
243,844,587 05j7k9ab.asr (replaces 05hpwx6r.asr)
541,111,533 05j7k9ac.asr (replaces 05hpwx6s.asr)
508,488,002 d3191210a.jcv (replaces d3191200a.jcv)
620,622,473 d2656230a.sid (replaces d2656220a.sid)
436,010,119 d3157210a.sid (replaces d3157200a.sid)
159,677,220 d3398200a.sid (replaces d3398190a.sid)
132,684,786 d3406200a.sid (replaces d3406190a.sid)
9,949,184 d3397200a.db (replaces d3397190a.db)
More like 3 to 4GB of data installed on the Nuvi.
What I noticed after installing the device software update and then downloading the map update was:
- GE initially crapped out and reported an error that it couldn't download the update
- MapUpdater downloaded about 65% of the update and then went back to 50% before continuing to completion
- MapUpdater reported it has successfully installed the maps on to the device (which it had) but that could not install them to may computer except the files are on my computer and work fine in BaseCamp.