I have Windows 7 home prem.
I have GPSinfo.
I have a BU-353
I use it on Opncpn.
This was working fine on my windows 7 machine.
I installed it on my Ubuntu 14.04 mach using GPSD and GPSD-clients.
It worked fine.
I came back to my windows 7 machine and it does not work.
When I start GPSinfo and start the GPS the courser moves down the screen one line at a time like it
is trying to work but no data. Just blank.
I installed the driver recommended to OmarKN (http://www.usglobalsat.com/store/download/62/
My BU-353 still does not work. When I plug it in sometimes (diff usb ports) the message says
"installing driver" I get a blue screen something about a zero. It goes by very fast.
The computer restarts and if I remove the BU-353 everything is fine except no GPS.
Sometimes I plug in the BU-353 (diff port) and it tries to work. No blue screen.
Then I start GPSinfo and start the GPS. The courser drops down the screen one line
at a time like the GPS is trying to work but the lines are blank. No info.
The red led is blinking.
The BU-353 worked ok before but started to not work before I changed the driver.
I changed the driver in control panel manually.
It still works on the Ubuntu machine.
I tried all three USB inputs on the windows machine and it does not work.
It seems like there is something keeping the info from being read by the computer.
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on: October 13, 2015, 08:39:32 am
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USGlobalSat GPS Forums / Globalsat ND-105/105C / Issue trying to run GPSinfo with ND-105C on Windows 8.1
on: October 06, 2015, 12:23:22 am
|Started by trim50 - Last post by trim50|
I have a GlobalSat ND-105C Micro USB GPS that I have tried to run on both my HP laptops which have Windows 8.1 running. The software seems to function for about 30 seconds reading GPS data, and then stopped with a message that says GPSinfo.exe has stopped working. The Windows compatibility software detection says that the GPSInfo is NOT compatible with windows 8.1.
I have done everything I know how to do to get this issue resolved short of through the system overboard.
USGlobalSat GPS Forums / Globalsat GH-625 SiRF III Sports Watch GPS data-logger / The batterie of my Gh-625 is dead
on: September 14, 2015, 09:41:49 am
|Started by Icehands - Last post by Icehands|
I wonder where I can buy a new battery to replace the old. The reference sample inside the battery is EXA AL553436B.
USGlobalSat GPS Forums / Globalsat GB-580 SiRF III Sports GPS Cycling Computer / Re: My GB580P rattles inside
on: August 28, 2015, 07:56:17 pm
|Started by korivo - Last post by stevedj05|
I ve been reading all the posts interested on fixing and getting to know the equipment as I just ordered one via Ebay here in Panama. Once I receive it, my question would be, is it neccesary I immediately look for a way of opening it and solder this antenna to avoid rattle? I want to have everything running perfectly and I am in love with this device as per what I have read! thanks!
on: August 18, 2015, 01:59:01 pm
|Started by USG_Tech12 - Last post by USG_TECH9|
USB GPS on Android is only for Android 3.1 and above.
Android 2.3.7 does not support "USB Host Mode", which is required for using a USB GPS on your Android device.
on: August 18, 2015, 01:59:11 am
|Started by USG_Tech12 - Last post by mapek|
I have Android 2.3.7. I got following error while installing the download from first link: There is a problem parsing the package.
on: August 13, 2015, 06:58:37 pm
|Started by USG_Tech14 - Last post by USG_Tech14|
Know compatible USB devices for Window 10 are
For serial devices if you have the cable set BR305-USB8 it will work.
Also the DG-200 is compatible
For the BU-353 please read this work around http://www.usglobalsat.com/forum/index.php?topic=4464.msg14047#msg14047
For the DG-100 please read this work around http://www.usglobalsat.com/forum/index.php?topic=4464.msg14023#msg14023.
USGlobalSat GPS Forums / Globalsat GB-580 SiRF III Sports GPS Cycling Computer / Re: Data Protocol documentation for GB-580
on: July 20, 2015, 10:47:16 am
|Started by spcmnspff - Last post by gerhard|
The protocol is proprietary, ask GlobalSat for the protocol. I have them but cannot send them.
I have done an open source implementation here:
on: July 12, 2015, 04:28:56 am
|Started by USG_TECH9 - Last post by robinduckett|
I am trying to run your globalsat USB on a Nexus 7 (running Android 5.1.1) I have installed the USBGPS4DROID , and enabled 'mock locations.
I have not yet been able to get the tablet to 'discover' the satnav. Is there something else I should do? I have connected it to the tablet via a powered USB hub.
It would be great to have a detailed installation instruction.
Alternatively, if you can't help, can you send me a link to 'Herbert' who made the app, as presumably he'll be able to advise. I cannot find a way of contacting him (I've tried github, xdadevelopers forum and youtube).
ps there are only 4 fingers in a hand!
on: June 22, 2015, 03:39:55 pm
|Started by DEPOM - Last post by DEPOM|
It is not possible in this version to upload the device configuration. Please release the correct version.