Question about Garmin GPS 12 GPS Receiver
I haven't used the GPS for a couple of years and when I tried to use today it gave me the above message. All my previously data had been lost
UNFORTINATELY the message was not complete verty what? low? try recharging it or replacing it before it does damage by leaking into thre circuit board
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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