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White screen numbers 1.0.3.9 displayed

When i turn on my navi system, the menu doesn't come up. A blank screen with the numbers 1.0.3.9 are displayed on the screen

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Try to hard reset it. Use bottom switch, turn off and on or hold down the reset while turn on the power (top Power/Menu button).

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