Question about GPS
the fault is obviously from the battery. Its must have been damaged as a result of over charge. Or maybe the battery wasn't even charging in the first place. It might have discharged.
Which ever the case maybe, the cause of the problem is the battery. It may be damaged or not charged you thought.
Try to charge the battery through another source apart from the computer or test the unit with another battery.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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