Question about GPS
Ok usually you connect up yo the PC with a USB cable, then you download the manufacturers software and then you connect up via the USB, and go to the manufacturers website and download the required maps after buying them. Often the connection software to be used is in the GPS itself, when connected USB, it will show up as a Drive, look in the root for your software. There may be none? Again you can download the software and simply copy/paste to the correct directory on your GPS and it will select the map and work.
However i am not sure yours is the same, So, i have given you the websites to assist, please contact them and i am sure they will assist. http://www.mapking.com.sg/PND.php
Below is the master Google search for maps for your device...
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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