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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.
Check connection at I/O board that it's not damaged.otherwise replace I/O board
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The E18 error is an error message on Canon digital cameras. The E18 error occurs when anything prevents the zoom lens from properly extending or retracting. The error has become notorious in the Canon user community as it can completely disable the camera, requiring expensive repairs.
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is your message center correct already? did you change your card with other card of the different provider? maybe you should check it first because usually someone can't send a text message cause of that. just go to message-message settings-text message-msg. center in use. to know which message center is the correct one, you could call your service provider.
The green arrow means that sending is in progress. If recipient didn't receive it could be his/her phone is off,doesn't have propper sms settings, you might need need type number in international format and finally check if the number is correct. Rate me if it helped. Thanks.