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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To open the case you will need a very small flat screw driver to pop off the back of the case (be very careful as the clips holding it together are very small). You will then have four small phillip screws to remove, so that you can remove the front of the case. To remove the circuit board, there will be two very small phillip screws holding it in place once you've remove the front case.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
In your unit the default map is embedded in the operating system / firmware - its files aren't accessible thru the USB connection, which gives access only to the files on the SD card. If the map is still missing after the update then the defect is hardware - the memory chip that stores the map is defective. This is unfixable since the cost of the repair would be higher than for a whole new unit.
Your only hope to make it work is to get a new map from here
load it in a new 2GB SD card that will be used for it and only it and then configure the unit to use it: Option, Settings, Current Map.
Posted on Jun 24, 2011
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