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When available, map updates can be purchased from the Magellan website.
For the latest map update please visit our software page by Clicking Here
2010 Spring Map Update has been released. Please refer to the map's
product page for unit compatibility and installation instructions. You
may need to install Magellan's Content Manager on your PC in order to
download the latest maps for your unit. To install the Content Manager
please click here
*For specific map update installation instructions please see the
installation instructions included with your map update version.
You will need to pay Magellan for the authorization code, they are the only one that can provide you with an EU code for your Magellan 760 RoadMate. Sometimes Auto Nav 2000 Plus, Inc can also assist. They have direct connection with Magellan to assist issues with Magellan products. Good Luck
I think your problem is that you are using XP with SP 3, you cannot use anything more than XP SP2, so find yourself a friend that have an older operating system and update it. I bet you will not have any problem
i use to own a 700, i advise you to get the new magellan mastreo 4000 or higher,i did my research and the magellan700 roadmate is no longer being serviced.that is what the magellan website has had showed and someone on here also has said it and they start to have alot of problems.i own now a mastreo 4000 so far so good no problems.
I would avoid map updates from Magellan like the plague. They have a strange way of frying the units. Unless you want to be without your GPS and fighting with Magellan for months, leave the map software the way it is.
Check the pins on the cradle. I've noticed that sometimes, my pins will become misaligned (they become bent, or unevenly spaced). Also, make sure the unit is snapping completely on the clip. Sometimes, the clip doesn't "bounce back" after the unit is released, and a subsequent attempt to attach the unit to the cradle results in a faulty connection.