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Fatal appliaction error

I get the on my GPS and tried turning it on and off and hitting reset and still that same thing

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  • alex777777 Mar 15, 2009

    iturn on and rest it and turn it off and its turns on but when i get through the password it freeze on language screen

  • freezer18 Mar 22, 2009

    Suddenly the gps posted the "fatal application error", and I suspect I mght as well dump it. You can bet I am not buying Navigon again. Any suggestions out there?

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Alex 777777,

Try pushing the side "reset" button with a paperclip or pen. It worked for me.

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