Question about GPS
The most likely problem is your GPS maps are corrupted. Try downloading a new or "updated" map off the manufacturer's website. Then install it to your GPS and it should work.
If that doesn't work, try completely draning the battery. Depending on how you do this, this may take anywhere from a 38 hours to a week. Unplug the device and leave it on, wait until the battery completely dies, and then let it turn off. After about a week of not being charged, your GPS will reset all configuration options and become just like new. This should reset the navigation system allowing it to accurately navigate to your destination.
Finaly, if all else fails, you should contact the Navman techinal support - for they would have an exact solution, and may give a replacement if needed.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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