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Hello It is very difficult to sort out the user manual for your Media Tek GPS, sithout any model number. Media tek has so many models, and I can't understand for which I should search for. Just give me its model number. It is more important, as manual to one model will be different to the other. OK.
Hello I've the user manual for Dummies FD-250 model only with me now. I don't know whether it will worth to FD-220. Thinks that it will. If you want to get the same, please inform your Email address to me by Fixya. I can't send it t you by this window, as it is a PDF document. OK.
Well I don't know whether you have purchased maps before, but for your navman model, i would advise you make a purchase of the latest (2010) western Europe maps from here. Please let me know if my answer is not satisfactory. Regards
No it does not. Some people claim that microwaves cause cancer. However the experiments that were carried out to see if they do were inconclusive and did not show either that they do or they don't. Even if microwaves do cause cancer the satnav does not produce them, it only receives them. A satnav receiving microwaves cannot cause cancer. If microwaves do cause cancer it's the items that transmit microwaves that should be avoided. Some of the items that transmit microwaves are satellites which beam signals to satnavs, cell phones, cell phone masts, satellite television transmitters, microwave cookers etc. The fact is that we're bombarded with microwaves from all directions and if they cause cancer we're all going to get it whether we use cell phones, satnavs etc or not.
I had a similar problem with another garmin model. Problem cropped up after some sync software for an mp3 player was installed in my PC.
To get the software to recognise my GPS I had to go into my PC's task manager. (ctrl alt del). Click on the processes tab and look for a program called "wces.exe". Ending that process would allow the PC to recognise the GPS. Be careful, ending the wrong process can screw up your PC.
I know this solution is a longshot, please don't give a bad rating! :)