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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Navman S50 wont load maps
Ok i have had this problem on a S80 and have fixed it, and i went through a $h!t fight to get the navdesk 2008 software but i have it if anyone needs it and i loaded my navman up again, it seems to be working fine.
Step #1) Back up entire data from navman onto a disc or hard drive.
Step #2) Format the navmans internal memory and then cancel the format about 5 seconds into it, but less then half way.
Step #3) Install navdesk 2008
Step #4) under the tools tab, select the recover keys options.
Step #5) under the tools tab, select the reinstall navman software option, it will ask you to back up but as there should be nothing to back up it doesnt matter, and then it should reinstall the navman software into the nav man.
Step #6) Install the maps that are unlocked or the maps you want(you may have to buy maps that were not a standard map when your navman was brought.
Theres so many wonderfull things you can do with these navmans aswell as GPS, like watch video and play music belive it or not.
Thanks for reading i hope this helps someone.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
SOURCE: NAVMAN S45 GPS SET UP
i doubt you can delete the safety agreement and to get back to metric should be settings in the main menu... for adding spaces look for a ___ thing on the keyboard...
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
When I turn my unit on all I can see is the accept/decline screen. The unit will not load the maps. How can I fix this?
Connect your Navman Device to your computer via a USB cable.
Turn on your device and you will see a connection screen appear.
Wait a few Seconds until a window appears on your desktop and then select “open folder to view” by double clicking on it
Once you have opened this folder you will need to double click on “My Documents”
Once my documents is opened locate and files that starts with “LOG00” and also “My Mileage” and delete them
Once the above steps are done you may disconnected your unit from the computer.
Turn your unit on and enter your main menu page 2/2 and select “Preferences” then select “Route Options”
Once this is selected go to page 4/4 and un-tick “Enable GPS data logging” and “Enable trip recording”
Your unit is ready to use and will run a lot smoother due to increasing unwanted data and freeing space to increase optimum performance. We suggest that you follow these steps once a month to ensure optimal performance.
These steps will work on the S50, S80 or S90i. If you are experiencing this issue on an S30 or any other device, please contact Navman Technical Support on 1300 628 626.
I used this personally on my S80 after it died during my work as a Security Patrol officer and I was not happy, its all fixed now and I have my Nokia N95 loaded with the same places just in case.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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