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Topic # 23412 28-Jun-2008 15:59
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HELP!!! While attempting to tidy up my husbands gps I accidentally removed the maps I wanted to keep and kept the ones I wanted to remove.  Is there anyway of getting back the ones I deleted or do I have to purchase them again.  They were the original maps that were on the GPS when we bought it.


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  Reply # 141079 28-Jun-2008 18:19
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DOH!

What make and model of GPS is it?




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Reply # 141099 28-Jun-2008 19:58
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Yes a very Homer Simpson moment!!! It is a Navman S30.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 152183 28-Jul-2008 20:10
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If your husdband bought MAP seperately from Navman, there is good chance that he kept map unlock code on his email.

Using that code, you can reinstall MAP from NavDesk which DVD come from original package.

If you deleted included MAP from purchase, I think you can reinstall it by just run NavDesk and try restore, there will be very good chance that he made backup just after purchasing.

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Shin

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