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Take out the SD card, if that dosent work Ty plugging it into a
computer sometimes that will reset it. I believe it is a problem with
the maps when i got the updated second quarter maps it quite doing it.
I none of the above works, let the battery die and take out the SD card before running it on, then reinsert the card and it might work for awhile
You will probably need a computer with an SD slot, and running Windows Xp. I tried the following method on a computer running Windows Vista, and it did not work. I tried again on an older Xp machine, and it worked first time.
Put the SD (Map) card in the computer's SD slot.
Open Windows "explore". (RIGHT click on "Start", then select "explore"
Locate your disk on the file menu.
RIGHT click on the map disk
A menu pops up.
At the bottom of the menu, select "properties"
Another menu pops up, with several tabs along the top.
Select the tab that says "tools".
In the "error-checking" section, select "Check Now"
Another menu pops up.
Select the box that says 'Automatically fix file system errors".
The program will only take a few seconds to run. If it works, you will see the file directories of the SD card display on the "Explore' screen. You can then put the SD card back in the GPS, and see if it works.