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Go to setting- connection setting.
Set your Access Point & Packet data.

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No map data availble


Your Garmin GPS has an internal memory or an SD-card that contains an "operating system" and "map data".The operating system is like windows or Mac OSX. It contains the menu and everything the GPS displays. The "map data" is a digital roadmap the GPS uses to calculate your route. If the map data was on a SD-card that was inserted in your GPS, it could me that you lost the SD-card. That could be the reason your GPS can't find the map data. Sometimes it happens that when people connect their GPS to a computer to update the "operating system" of the GPS something goes wrong. For example, when you disconnect your GPS from the computer while the update software is still writing data to your device, the connection gets lost and you're left with corrupt files on the GPS. It could also be a defect in the internal memory of the GPS. I suggest you try to update the operating system with a program called "Garmin Express" (just google and easy find it). You need to connect the GPS to your computer with a USB cable. Then you can perform an update. I hope it helps to solve your problem. What you could also try is to soft reset your GPS. To do that, you need to remove the silver or blue frame around the screen of the GPS (it pops off). Behind this border there is a reset button.
If the map data is completely gone, and you don't have a backup there is only one solution: Buy the latest map for your GPS online and download it to your GPS. It's expensive. In that case it's better to buy a new device in a shop. Most new devices contain Lifetime online map updates (model name nuvi -then the number - LM or LMT) (LM= Lifetime Mapupdates T= Traffic information) Then you can update your map data every three months if you want.

Nov 08, 2013 | Garmin StreetPilot C330 GPS Receiver

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DO YOU NEED TO UPDATE OR WILL IT STILL WORK?


Most updates fall into 2 categories: a) Firmware update. Corrects a problem(s) found in the firmware since the previous version that may provide more reliable operation, additional features, removal of features or other changes the manufacturer wants, and b) Maps update. Updates the installed maps.

In the case of "a" above, many times there is an explanation of the firmware update. Longer battery life, faster time to fix, additional bluetooth cellphone support, etc. It is best to review the list of changes to see if you want to upgrade or not.

In the case for "b", streets change, close and new ones pop up all the time. Using the latest maps will minimize the chance the you'll be sent over a road that either no longer exists, or has been rerouted to somewhere else. A map update may also rely on updated firmware (in "a") or might even automatically update firmware during the process.

Generally, updates almost always solve more problems than they create and add features rather than strip them. Map updates are nice to have - but you may need to balance the need for them with the cost of them. Not performing an update should not make the unit fail to work; unless there is something happening on a much larger scale than just your particular brand / model.

I hope this helps & good luck. Please rate my reply. Thank you.

Mar 30, 2011 | Magellan Maestro 3200 GPS

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I would like to update gps maps for my myguide 3000. Could you help me. thank you in advance.


Hello. 4 myguide there is NO MORE updates !!! Operating system "PLUS" is not supported by the new MAPS. MyGuide had no UPDATES ANYMORE !!!!

The solution: Go to a service and install on it an Igo 8.3 or 8.5 or amigo (it depends on the operating system).

Or e-mail me :)

May 21, 2010 | MyGuide 3240 GO GPS Receiver

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Same Problem


A red "X" means that the map file which has a serial number is not the same serial number as the GPS you are trying to run it on.

This is not garbage this is a copyright protection scheme that prevents people from sharing maps which cost money to produce.

So either 1) purchase a set of software that will code to your GPS or 2) create your own maps that do not require any codes to operate.

JG

Sep 18, 2009 | Magellan Triton 500 Handheld GPS Receiver

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MyGuide 3000 map update


4 myguide there is NO MORE updates !!! Operating system "PLUS" is not supported by the new MAPS. MyGuide had no UPDATES ANYMORE !!!!

The solution: Go to a service and install on it an Igo 8.3 or 8.5 or amigo (it depends on the operating system).

Or e-mail me :)

Sep 09, 2009 | MyGuide 3240 GO GPS Receiver

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Up date maps


To update maps you should run Tom Tom home on your computer and then connect the GPS

It will then ask you if you want to connect to the computer and you would tell your GPS yes.

Tom Tom home will once it finds your GPS then proceed to do any minor updates.

If your map is out of date it will offer you the option of purchasing a newer version.

don't be tempted to look for free / pirate maps !
These can cause problems in starting up your GPS (believe me)

Tom Tom map prices are not too bad and compared to many GPS are quite easy to install using Tom Tom home.

If you don't have Tom Tom home the latest version can be found here.

Sep 02, 2009 | Tomtom One XL GPS Receiver

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WHERE TO FIND FREE MAP FOR CANADA. GPS GARMIN NUVI 200


My understanding is there are no free maps and anyone using or offering one is liable for prosecution. The use of unpaid maps is Piracy and not part of this forums brief to supply them or point one in the direction to where pirate software may be offered.

Most times the maps require an activation code which is part of the licence code issued with your GPS and the Map being purchased.

Many companies are now applying security tags to maps that when operated lock the unit so it is dysfuctional and has to be sent to the manufacturer to be unlocked for a fee + the licence for new maps, so beware

Jul 25, 2009 | Garmin nuvi® 200 Car GPS Receiver

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MyGuide software New Zealand and Australia required


4 myguide there is NO MORE updates !!! Operating system "PLUS" is not supported by the new MAPS. MyGuide had no UPDATES ANYMORE !!!!

The solution: Go to a service and install on it an Igo 8.3 or 8.5 or amigo (it depends on the operating system).

Or e-mail me :)

Apr 25, 2009 | MyGuide 3100 GPS Receiver

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GPS maps for Innovatek 868


I need greek map for GPS maps for Innovatek 722 pleas help

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