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No address option in where to Menu

My i3 does not show the address option in the where to menu, so i can' enter a postcode/zipcode. How do I reset it or download new software from scratch?

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  • ylautan4 Nov 20, 2007

    The drop down menus in "Where To" in my i3 doesn't come up, so I cannot enter the address of my destination. How can I fix it?



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I find the zipcode quit useless becaus you can only enter the first 4 numbers (netherlands) so you also have to lookup the street. you can get the new release best with the webupdate:

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