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Visit the official site at Navman.com, click on support,choose your device,every possible solution for old & new gps devices are there.. downloads for drivers & maps...most, if not all are free...sorted,panic over.
i tried to put an address in to Oxford and it sent me to Banbury. When I ignored it, it just went quiet and said nothing more. Not like usual, when it wont *******.
It would not take a post code, just a town.
This has happened many times recently.
You need to remove the 2 screews from the bottom and then gentley prize the unit apart from teh bottom using a blunt broad knife will help if you cant have the plastic case splitting tools which are used in the trade,
then once apart the same side where the power button is you will see a microsd card its the same as in a mobile phone just pull it down from the top (its hinged at the bottom) then make sure the card is in correctley and then close it back and test (b4 putting the case back on) that will fix it we ahve a lot of these coming in and its where its been dropped etc and jumps out thats it
You need to go to My Computer, Program Files, Navman, Find the USB folder... that is where your drivers are...soo....
Go to device manager (Windows Key and Pause Break then hardware tab), at the bottom is your USB's - find the one with the yellow "?" and right click, properties.. driver, update driver. Use the location of step one for the driver update...easy... -->
...Don't think it works with Vista though...