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I have a NavSure 200i. The batteries are fully charged, and I have not knocked or dropped it. Ehen I turn it on, instead of the normal boot-up screen, I get various blue screens with an options menu - ie : UTool Oscar90C R03 512MB 0=FlashRom Upgrade 1=GPS Tools 2=Other Tools Choice: 0 There are other screens with similar menus. Regardless of what I do, I cannot get gack to the normal boot-up screen. I have ried to press the Reset button at he top of the unit, but nothing happens. I have tried to re-install the software, but it will not allow me to do this. Help. Bhupendra Solanki

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