I called bushnell 3 times.They didnt know anything about their products.I asked them if they had a 12 volt hook up for a car .she said not that she was aware of on the gps 200cr.Well i found a bushnell product hook up on ebay.I called to get help on downloading maps me and a bushnell worker tryed for a half hour nothing ,he said it must have been something i did before i called .To take and trade it in for a new one.I did come to find out after surfing the web,he was telling me how to do it all wrong.what a waste of time.
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well as of the end of january bushnell will no longer let you download maps for any onix device...i think it is **** i just bought 4 of them 3 200cr and 1 400 and bought yhe unlimited downloads but now the company say's they will no longer be dealing with the onix maps....so as of now we are all just screwed...You can get a refund if you bought the unlimited maps but thats it........what we should do is we can all share the maps we do have i have about 400 downloaded and am willing to make a disk of them to give out in exchange for disk of maps of other areas i dont have...all i have is Pa and west Va. you can email me at email@example.com and just put onix maps in the subject line sorry i cant be more help but ive tried every site out there.
Most likely you had the 2007 or 2008 maps. Click on the wrench icon, then the maps symbol and then the word "info" or "about" and you should see the current map revision. If you updated it recently, it should now show 2009.