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Problem with my garmin c310

Hi!i deleted everything from my sd card and now i don't know what to do...does anyone knows how can i fix my garmin...thanx

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  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    hi deleted every thing from memory card



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Garmin do send out update DVD maps for certain products. If it was an older unit, you maybe entitled to a free update. Simply get the Mapsource DVD. upload the maps to your PC and then transfer onto your Garmin unit.

Alternatively is to buy the DVD, which would be an advantage as it may offer additional maps to what you already had...ball park €60-70 Euro I think...Check the Garmin site...

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