TomTom Navigator 5 with Palm E2

I have do not understand how I can plan a trip from one state to another.  I currently have maps installed on the memory chip for each individual state.  So when I select go to manage maps and select my current state I am in and then select advacned planning, depart from home and then pick a destination it only list my favorites that are located in the current state that is set under manage, I can not select an address or favorite from another state.

Any one have any ideas?
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☠ MASQ ☠Connect With a Mentor Commented:
TomTom should have Region as well as State maps you can put on a memory card

They are:
New England and Mid Atlantics
Mid West
South Central
South East
Alaska, Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico

and are about 160MB each.

If you are unlucky enough to be crossing between two region maps then you'll need to load the full US map which is about 1GB
aumandgAuthor Commented:
I received 7 disk and none of them have the entire map of the us, nor the entire east coast, witch is what I need.

Do you also know what file it puts your favorites and visited location in?
aumandgAuthor Commented:
I have the maps for the north east and south east, but they are not one map.  I will be traveling between the two.  I can just switch maps during travel correct.
☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
It's not really that easy :(
Because your destination doesn't appear on the same maps as your location you can only use the first map to get you to the point at which the maps overlap.  Once you've done that and reached that point you can use Tomtom to navigate on map 2 from your GPS position to your final destination.  If you have a valid Tomtom key you should be able to get the whole US map for your PDA as a 1GB download from their site (I thought on the CD set it was spread over 3-4 disks & you had to use the installer).
aumandgAuthor Commented:
do not have a key, you have one?
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