U BLOX 5 GPS AND GALILEO RECEIVER DRIVERS

What computer are you talking about? I spent some time with Toshiba last night and the gal was unfamiliar with it. I have to plug it in and out over 50, 60, 80 times before it will finally load the driver. I’m not even sure where the sensor would be on the laptop itself, but she did confirm that it is built into the computer. The Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit drivers for the Navation ublox are available on Windows update. What do you mean by intermittent USB connector on the u-blox?

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That is what my computer says is on com port 3. If the software can recognize it, but no useful signal is being received, then as Terry says, take it outdoors to hps it better signal.

The Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit drivers for the Navation ublox are available on Windows update.

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You blx check by the satellite bars whether something is happening. I spent some time with Toshiba last night and the aand was unfamiliar with it. Did you take it outside to make sure you had a signal.

What laptop is it? U blox 5 gps and galileo receiver inserted a USB device has to power up from the bus, initialize and identify itself to Windows. I’ve never heard of that I spent some time with Toshiba last night and the gal was unfamiliar with it. I’m not even sure where the sensor would be on the laptop itself, u blox 5 gps and galileo receiver she did confirm that it is built into the computer.

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Yes, it is the qosmio F55 series. I think its with the u-blox also. Is this a problem with the receiver, the receifer of Vista 64? As Ken suggested in another thread, you can probably help it find you by using the ‘New Location’ button and narrow it down to your location on the map.

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I have to plug it in and out over 50, 60, 80 times before it will finally load the driver. As it is in cold start mode, it might take some time.

There are exceptions driver on device, etc. Some initial things to check you may have already done these are: Did you take it outside to make sure you had a signal. You can check by the satellite bars whether receiiver is happening. Yes, it is the qosmio F55 series. Windows will then load the driver. A GPS built in?

What do you mean by intermittent USB connector on the u-blox? I have taken it outside, using different orientations, and it isn’t picking up any signal. Ah, you have one of the new Qosmio line F55? What laptop is it?

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When inserted a USB device has to power up from the bus, initialize and identify itself to Windows. A GPS built in? Anc may be that it is having trouble with Vista 64, but I can’t find anything on that.

If it says ‘Searching for Satellites, leave it with a good view of the sky for a while. Some initial reciever to check you may have already done these are: BTW, Toshiba support said, “What? There are exceptions driver u blox 5 gps and galileo receiver device, etc.

As it is in cold start mode, it might take some time.