Please see, also, my more detailed description of the following problem:
DVD FRAME FREEZES USUALLY BEYOND THE POINT WHERE THE ACTUAL RECORDING TIMED USED HAS REACHED ABOUT 33% OF THE MAXIMUM CAPACITY PERMITTED BY THE SELECTED SPEED.
EXAMPLE: I RECORD MAINLY ON A SONY RDR GX7. I USE LP WHICH ON THIS MACHINE ALLOWS A MAX CAPACITY OF THREE HOURS. I KEEP MY ACTUAL RECORDING TIME DOWN TO ABOUT ONE HOUR.
Suspicion: As track records furthedr OUT from the hub, velocity of each revolution increases, causing some "missing" of data...which leaves current image
"stuck" in the buffer.
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Many computers can play many file formats,
Not all DVD players can play all files.
What file format is the slide show saved as?
Download a freeware conversion program (if you don't have one) and try another format.
My latest DVD player plays about six video formats, JPG images, but battles with AVI, due to it's many variations of format (dimensions, resolution, color, frame-rate, interleaving, etc).
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Model: What type of Navman do you have? Date of Purchase: When did you purchase your Navman? Detailed description of the fault: What seems to be the fault/problem with your Navman? Serial Number: What is your Navman's serial number? The serial number is usually found on the unit, beneath the barcode. Warranty Information:
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If your device is currently experiencing the following symptoms it may need to come in for service/repair:
The device powers on and freezes at the Garmin logo with no trademark or copywrite info displayed on the device which normally shows up below the logo. The device will not display the Main Menu and will not go into Mass Storage Mode.
The device powers on and freezes at the Garmin logo and then flashes a white screen briefly. The device then begins a loop of showing the Garmin logo and then flashes the white screen over and over again. The device will not display the Main Menu and will not go into Mass Storage Mode.
The device powers on and then freezes or shuts down when displaying the Loading Maps screen.
For service/repair of a device due to the three symptoms listed above please select "No - I would like to submit a follow up email" below this article. You will be taken to an email form that you can submit to obtain a Return Material Authorization number.
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Market Name: On the Road
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Provide a short description of your problem or question: nuvi frozen on Garmin Logo
I will be posting a new and more detailed blog entry one of the coming days...but this one should work..it's a bit beyond the starting point, but should still do nonetheless.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us. We do repair the Y sustain boards and we've fixed a number of buffer boards before arriving to the conclusion that it is indeed best to replace the buffers with new ones. The bad news is they are expensive!
Well, when that has happened to me, I have examined the DVD and there are usually fingerprints on the disk and removing them with plain water on a sponge and drying with a cotton cloth has solved the problem. The more oil from the print the more disturbed the picture.