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Sounds like a problem with the actual touch screen itself. Kinda like an iPod touch. If the screen gets smashed ( like if your kid puts it in their back pocket and sits on it :) . That can be replaced but its a fairly costly item and is a reeeeeeeeeal pain. Not to mention if the new touch screen gets so much as a hairline crack in it ( some you can't even see ) it won't work. Hope this helps.
I have a 2007 Acura TL. The navigation system worked well, until 2017, when I decided not to renew it. Everything started to go wrong. It worked intermittently. Cost me job interviews, getting lost and being late. Did you receive a message, "See your dealership"? Well, the dealership was charging the same as the renewal price. A coincidence or an attempt to force the renewal? Well, I gave in. I just received the new navigation system (disc). It hasn't been installed as yet. Try reprogramming and find out how old the system is. A great car. The turning radius and the navigation system are my problems. Good luck.
This issue is solved with an update available from the Alpine website. The way it was explained to me is that every time you turn the unit on, it loads that overlay warning screen (even if you don't select navigation), so when you do go to the navigation, there might be 5-10-20-however many times you have turned the unit on overlays. Basically you can keep pressing it and eventually it will go away (if you have turned the unit on 100 times it would get a little annoying though) or you can download the update from the Alpine website and the issue will go away.
The nav feature is purchased separatly with the deck, the previous owner did not purchase it because at the time alpine was charging an extra $1000 on top of the price of the deck to add nav. This is due to the fact that alpine decided to use there own reasearch and development team to design a nav system where as kenwood baught the rights to use garmin's technology and put there name on it which they only charge $400 on top of the price of head unit to add nav.
Unplugging or rebooting won't solve the problem. Call Alpine Electronics. They are the manufacturer of the Navi System. They will replace it for about $160. Check their website online for their phone number.