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I own a navigon 2100 as well. Very nice device and you can install the 5100 software and the 7100 maps and points of interest. gpspassions.com is the best resource for 2100 help.
Try this: Hard Reset Procedure - if the PNA is on, press the Power button until the unit goes off. Press again and hold
the button down - the screen will come on and after a few seconds go
off again. Press the Power button again and the screen will come back.
If you get the opening "music", you know the Hard reset was successful.
you leave the memory card out and keep the unit powered on, you will
after a few 10's of seconds go into the Demo mode. When you reinsert
the SD card a soft reset will occur (equivalent to pressing the recessed
button on the left hand side) and the unit will initialize into
whatever the SD card tells it to (see below). .
Hello a new screen would cost just as much as replacing the unit.
Check out Magellan roadmate line the 1430 and 1470 sell for under $150 and have excellent maps, smart touch screens for entering addresses and more sensitive GPS receivers than even just two tears ago.
If you are set on staying with that model I would try finding a used one on ebay or craigslist.
Switch it on and let it totally discharge - the battery could have established a memory and thinks that it is fully charged -the wonderful world of electronics where nothing is what it seems.
Once discharged put it to OFF position and recahrge it.