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Download maps with Nokia Map Loader
1. Connect your device to a computer with a compatible USB data
cable or Bluetooth connection. If you use a data cable, select PC Suite
as the USB connection method for PCs, and Nokia mode for Macs.
2. Start Nokia Map Loader on the computer.
3. Select a continent and a country. Small countries may be chosen
in their entirety; others have several sub-maps from which to choose.
4. Select the maps or extra services, and download and install them to your device.
the best solution for you is to use a bluetooth usb adapter (if your pc doesnt have one) to transfer files. The advantages are much more with this connection than over the cable... the cost is minimal (in greece its about 12 euros) it will solve your problem and the most important thing is that bluetooth is compatible with all the mobiles so you will not need to install different softwares for different mobiles (which may mess up your xp) and use different cables. if for example your next mobile would be a samsung and your brother has a nokia and your father has Sony ericson what would you do ? install 3-4 diffrent softwares and connect / disconnect cables ??? no... - get a bluetooth...
Go to your service provider or look for data cable where you can access internet with it. Some data cable has an installer with it. Install appropriate program to your PC. connect your handset to your PC as your server. Note: some handset don't operate with zero credit on the account for an airtime or when it is beyond the reach of the handset source signal.