20-03-2011 06:24 PM
20-03-2011 10:01 PM
Your Western_and_Central_Europe is already on your computer. You'll find it in compressed form here:
C:\Documents and Settings\yourname\My Documents\TomTom\HOME\Downloads\complete\maps\
If indeed that's the map downloaded, there is NO way it will ever install on that unit. It's greater than 2 gigs and that unit doesn't have a sdhc slot to handle that and internal is only 2 gigs in total.
You should never have gotten that map but, rather, gotten a zoned map which just includes some European countries in each zone.
Are you sure the map you got was NOT Europe_West? That would be a zoned map and should fit on your unit.
21-03-2011 03:14 AM
I have this exact same problem. I am from the united states, and i dont want any other countries map. What do I do ? I need this gps by tomorrow.
21-03-2011 11:39 AM
I am having a very similar problem - device registers 'no maps found' TomTom HOME says 'insufficient space on device, etc - and so I followed the path you set out. All that is in my 'maps' folder is 'fuel prices, Europe'. In the meantime I can neither use my XL IQ Routes, nor fix it. Any further suggestions?
22-03-2011 10:14 PM
i don't know if I am in time to help you, but I got my TomTom to work. You say that you do not want nay other country's maps which confuses me as to what is the problem. Just what is it that you are trying to do?
24-03-2011 03:00 AM
I do not believe that their is a solution to this problem. Most of the Tom Tom's have limited memory and since the updated maps are generally going to be larger we are all screwed! My very first Tom Tom had a memory card but then they all went to hard drives which I believe was a major mistake since it dosen't leave room for memory growth.
06-05-2011 08:45 AM
i share the same problems. Not enough space to download the central europe maps, no way to free more after removing voices in several languages and when I open my tomtom, it says there are no maps and I can go no further as in finding a menu to make a hard reset. I've spent hours on this and it's no consolation to see others have too without finding a solution. Do I buy another gps system and toss this one? No, barely used but useless!
I can neither go forward nor backward literally!