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Not sure... try spell check first. Then try updating Garmin Express to the newest version. If that doesn't fix it, you can get the extra voices from the Garmin Garage online instead of Garmin Express:
That usually happens because of dirty or defective laser lens. The lens won't recognize the disk inside the player, and will return the no disk error.
In some case the error may also be caused by a firmware fault. This is less common, but it may happen.
Try using a cleaner DVD disk. Give it a couple of runs. If that does not fix the problem, call Alpine at the number listed on the owners manual.
If you have the USB cable and a dvd/cd that contains the software/maps, then it needs to be loaded. Install the software on your computer. With the unit off, plug it into USB, then turn on unit. run program installed from dvd/cd. you can also try resetting the unit by holding down the Menu and Nav key, hopefully a small box appears and you can use the stiff stick to change the numbers. if this does appear, change the numbers to read 32 then press the stiff stick in (pressing enter).