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Since you are using Windows, the MS Streets & Trips program you mentioned is the way to go regarding your unit. It's on com port 3 at 4800 baud. I'd get outside at first and fire up the program. She should find your location fairly quick. Although it has been discontinued, it will still work and you can find your location and lock in the satellites.
Here is a link to a great price on an older version of the Windows version of Streets & Trips:http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Streets ... +and+Trips
Once you configure your comport and baud rate, you should be golden.
Here is the link of the configurator:http://business.panasonic.com/toughbook ... uters.html
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