Garmin nuvi worked wonderfully for a year and suddenly shows error message "No detailed maps found that support routing. The nuvi cannot be used without them. I cannot get to the menu screen that appears to be behind the grey with orange outline screen that has the error message.
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From the Garmin web site: Question: What should I do if my Garmin nuvi / zumo displays the message "No Detailed Maps That Support Autorouting."? Answer: Please follow these steps to troubleshoot the error message: Checking the unit:
Hold your finger down on the screen until the message "No Detailed Maps That Support Autorouting" disappears.
If you get a locked maps message following this error please remove any SD cards in the device and skip down to the instructions for "Getting your unlock codes".If you did not get a locked maps message then please select tools>settings>map>mapinfo button.
Check the box next to the mapping product City Navigator and you should no longer get the "No Detailed Maps That Support Autorouting" message.
Call up Garmin and have them walk you threw a trouble shooting procedure. It sounds like your unit has erased itself by no fault of yours. Garmin will replace it once you get ahold of them. There is not anything that we can do without thier support.
I am very sorry to hear that you are having problems with the unit. You may need to switch the unit on and press and hold the centre of the screen until the message ?No detailed maps? message disappears.
If your map detail is missing, then the map information may have been disabled. To check to see if the mapping has been disabled, follow the steps below:
From the Where to? and View Map page, touch the Spanner icon, settings (Tools). Touch Map. Touch Map Info. The unit should display the name of the map that is loaded to the unit. The box in front of the map name should have a tick in it. If it does not, touch the box to place a tick in it.
You can download new maps..........free......................but..........
I had this problem last year with my garmin 200 and when I called they said that I was out of the 60 day time window for a free map upgrade but they would give it to me anyway. They gave me detailed instructions on how to download a new map free of charge but they didnt explain which selection replaced what I already had on mine.
As a result, I downloaded the wrong maps and have much less detail. Even though its the "2009" version, its less acurate than my old maps were. But its worth a shot, better than paying for them.