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Is there a way to "reset" the memory

I would like to go back to my older disc and my unit does not recognize my older disc once the "upgrade" was loaded. Any help?

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This is the total reset process step by step i found it on
www.avicx1forums.com and it worked fine.



REMOVE DISK

HOLD RESET AND EJECT
RELEASE RESET BUT HOLD EJECT
SCREEN WILL GO BACK IN AND OUT-THEN SAYS PLEASE PRESS THE RESET BUTTON…DON’T
THEN WITH JOY PAD PRESS …
UP,RIGHT,UP,RIGHT,DOWN,RIGHT,DOWN,RIGHT…THEN OK (JOYPAD BUTTON INWARDS)
PASSWORD SCREEN WILL COME ON SCREEN BREIFLY
TEST MODE SCREEN APEARS-CLICK JOYSTICK TO RIGHT ONCE
SCROLL DOWN TO NUMBER 6-PROGRAM FORCED WRITE (OK)
FIND NUMBER 1 SYSTEM PROGRAM (INSERT DISK --CNDV 40/50/60?)
PRESS 1 SYSTEM PROGRAM (OK)
SELECT 2 DVD/CD ROM (OK)
SELECT LANGUAGE… (ENGLISH)
PRESS (VIEW –POS) BUTTON
SHOULD SEE SYSTEM PROGRAM GOING UP IN %

WHEN FINISHED PRESS (BACK)
FIND NUMBER 6 PROGRAM FORCED WRITE AGAIN (OK)
NUMBER 3 APPLICATION PROGRAM (OK)
SELECT 2 DVD/CD ROM (OK)
SELECT 1 UK ENGLISH...THEN PRESS (VIEW – POS) BUTTON
SHOULD SEE SYSTEM GOING UP IN %

WHEN FINISHED PRESS (BACK)
TEST MODE PAGE 1
SELECT 6 - CLEAR BACK UP MEMORY (OK)
SHOULD SAY FINISHED THEN ASKS FOR RESET BUTTON TO BE PRESSED
PRESS RESET ON FRONT OF UNIT

START SAT NAV AGAIN

ASKES FOR LANGUAGE PRESS NO (READ TEXT)
SYSTEM STARTS


BUTTONS

OK = JOYPAD INWARD
BACK = JOYPAD TO THE LEFT…NOTE THIS WILL BRING YOU BACK TO PREVIOUS PAGE
BACK = BAND BUTTON ….NOTE THIS WILL TAKE YOU BACK TO THE MAIN MENU

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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