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Navigation Page Cannot Open, map and routes

It says: Program memory is low. you must select one task...................the amount of program memory, if available.
(the dots means : I cannot see the rest of the message it's hidden behind the screen.





Convert some storage memory to program memory system control panel to adjust memory later.

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It says: Program memory is low. you must select one task...................the amount of program memory, if available.
(the dots means : I cannot see the rest of the message it's hidden behind the screen.





Convert some storage memory to program memory system control panel to adjust memory later.

You can email me > sdj1212@hanmail.net
I am looking forward to hearing for you
thank you

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  • sdj1212 Mar 12, 2009

    my gps model is dual navatlas xnav3550.
    but i cant find reset hole to reset as you say.
    pls tell me where is reset hole
    thanks

  • sdj1212 Mar 12, 2009

    where can i that memory card?

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Save the money question here...google your model XNA3550 and you can order it online....pretty psendy though...here's a link:

http://www.google.com/products?hl=en&safe=off&ei=ELW4SeS0MImMsAOt2YQ3&resnum=0&q=Dual+XNAV3550+memory+card&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=FLW4SYWALpKWsQPU07RH&sa=X&oi=product_result_group&resnum=4&ct=title

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Email cs@dualav.com
and/or call 1-866-429-1628
Their manual doesn't cover much and this does seem to be a fairly common problem. Have you tried upgrading the memory in the unit? The quickest way would be to contact DUAL during business hours.
Thank you,
Lee

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You need to install another memory card with high capacity to solve this problem.

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Reset the gps and check out.there is small hole under its side to reset.use paper clip to insert in the hole to reset.

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