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ACSI GPS Download 3 years 2 months ago #379158

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In previous years I have had no problem in downloading the ACSI Sites GPS coordinates from their website onto my computer then onto my Tomtom.
This year (2014) they seem to have 'automated ' the download system so that it goes straight onto the Satnav.  Unfortunately it doesn't seem to be working in my case and I cannot find a way (to my embarassment) to circumvent or use the automated system.
I'm sure somebody can point out where I'm being a bit slow.
 
 
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ACSI GPS Download 3 years 2 months ago #379159

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That's two of us "a bit slow" suspect there may be a queue forming.
Hope you/we get a solution - now is this a blatant post hijack 
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ACSI GPS Download 3 years 1 month ago #379160

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Found out how to put the ACSI locations onto your TomTom. When the site positions are downloaded onto your computer they are saved in "TomTom Home". In "home" you select "add traffic, etc", then select "POI".  In the top of the POI page put " ACSI " in the search box and up comes the 2014 positions. Just "add" to your TomTom (Satnav connected to the computer of course).
Easy when you apply the grey cells.
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