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If they are truly gone you'll have to buy them from Garmin. I would suggest to buy the Life Time update. That's what I did. Maybe it's just a software issue?? Get the free WEBUPDATER from Garmin here:
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To download the latest unit
software visit Garmin website: www.garmin.com/webupdater After installing WebUpdater once from the Garmin
website, perform all future software updates from your computer. Simply connect
your compatible Garmin device to your computer, then run WebUpdater from your
computer's "Start Menu" by selecting "Start",
"Programs", "Garmin", and finally "WebUpdater" REMEMBER: It takes hours to
do a complete a map update.
Unless you bought the Lifetime maps you may have to pay for current maps. Does this help? Let us know. Thanks.
Every Garmin Nuvi unit I've seen has a (loud) built-in speaker. The only demand our 250s and 265 make of the vehicle is a 12V power supply (and they'll even work without that for a while, until the battery goes flat).