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Assuming the maps have been registered for your device.........try resetting the device. If the maps are not registered, it may eventually boot up, but you'll get a message saying that the maps are not authorised for this device.
you may have run out of memory for the full map, your device can use a 2Gb max SDcard which should be enough for all your maps. It will have put placeholder there and tryed to drop the full map but you can only see the bit it could store to the memory.
You can back up all your current maps and install North American maps for Florida using TomTom Home. You can switch back to European maps when you get back to the UK as well- I used my TomTom Home to manage my GPS and I find it can be very useful in situations like that
Unfortunately there is only a limited amount of space on the ONE. You can back up your Tele Atlas maps on a laptop using TomTom Home. As long as you have your maps backed up in TomTom Home, you'll be able to install each set of maps on the fly. It may seem like a hassle, but it's better than having only one set of maps