Frozen at a "green screen" similar to the blue screen of windows
So i tried to put in an SD card and it worked fine...for about 4 seconds and then it went to some messed up screen where it looks like there was video loss for some news channel? ( don't ask about the analogy) but now my camera won't shut off or anything and in truth it's really starting to piss me off. any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated, i've tried everything i thought might work.
Re: Frozen at a "green screen" similar to the blue screen...
Might have a fix!!! on the lower right hand side of the menu toggle button,between the >> aroows and beloww the set there is a small opening.be careful and push lightly a smaal object like the end end of a paperclip etc!!! into the hole.i did this ,the camera reset & works fine!
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The GL2 works with SD cards. Your 16GB card is an SDHC card. While SDHC cards will fit into the slot, they are electronically incompatible and will not work in devices not designed for them. You need to use an SD card, 2GB or smaller.
Try rebooting your computer with a disc or discs that came with it. That disc or discs should reinstall windows. If this does not work try getting linux or dos on a cd an try betting from the cd instead of the HDD. If this does not work either then it must your graphics card or HDD. I am leaning more towards graphics card because ussually your computer will give you a blue screen if your hard drive fails.
when battery is installed the screen shows 4 even space bars...the top
one red, then green, blue and white with the word "bootload v 0.24" in
the red bar and "SD" in the green bar and its frozen there. I've tried
soft reset, system reset, and hard reset...nothing works.
I had a similar problem with a nextar X4-T, which has it's maps on an SD card. If your GPS uses an SD card for it's maps, you can try this:
You will 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.
Mine does the samething. I'm running 6.1 and have found the problem to be the system fails to read the sd card on boot. When I reset my memory I don't put the sd card in until the system has booted back to the start screen. Works fine everytime.
Well Sprinkler, I have one also and had a similar problem. But I took SD card out and Batt. for 1 hole day and put back in first the batt and tried power up and it come on. I think my SD card caused the problem. Hope this helps!
To reset your TomTom device: 1. Charge your device. Charge
your device for at least 2 hours. Make sure the charging light on your
device is on (except RIDER which has no charging light).
2. Remove the SD card. If your device uses an SD card, remove it. 3. Reset your device. Use
a straightened paper clip, or something similar, to push the reset
button. For a visual representation of the reset button, see below. 4. Turn your device on. Press and hold the On/Off button for at least 4 full seconds. 5. Insert the SD card. If your device uses an SD card, insert the SD card.
images of where to find the reset button can be found here.