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Shuts off during navigation

Takes a long time to load then when you finally start route it shuts off then turns on then shuts off

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This is often caused by no memory left on the unit, corrupted map or system files and a large trip log. Please see this link for more info on boot-up issues:


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6. Navigate to 'Windows\Prefetch' folder (usualy drive on C:) and delete all its contents
5. Reboot.
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