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My gps is not responding to touch prompts on the screen.

My gps turns on and off but appears to be frozen. It is not responding to touch screen prompts.

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Plug it in to the usb port on your computer for a few hours. then try the master reset.

note: that the master reset will erase all your saved data

with the unit off,and unplugged, try pressing and holding your finger on the low right corner of the screen and slide the power switch to the on position until you see the message "confirm if you really want to delete all user data?" hit yes and let it restart. then it will set up the nuvi again, so follow the prompts.

if that fails, hook up the nuvi to the web updater and get the latest update

(actually i would do this either way)

bill

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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To calibrate your screen, be sure that the nuvi is properly charged, then you follow the steps below:
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  3. While holding your finger on the touch screen, turn on the nuvi.
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Turn Nuvi off and then back on.

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Follow the directions on screen instructions

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assuming you have the 2200 as listed in your category, depending when your 2200t was made, it could either have a push type (one you would use a paper clip to reset) or a slide switch.

both are located in the same position (on the left side, bottom under the flap right under the sd card slot)

turn on the gps till you get to the warning screen, then reset it.

if its is the early model with the slide switch, youll have to move it back to the other position and restart it..

if that fails, i would try the latest update, well actually i would install the update either way, whether the reset works or not.

you can get the update HERE

let me know if you need further help

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