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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
More then likely when the screen froze up on you it it had a little power glitch as well, nothing serious but it did wipe out some of the information in it's memory about the SD card.Power the unit up and let it come up with the error, then use the reset button. Might be hard to find since it's just a little hole with the word reset around it, using a paperclip push in the button and see what happens. If the error comes up again then i am thinking that you will need a new SD card. Quick test for this, remove the SD card from the gps unit and try rebooting, it should come up with an error, no SD card or no map, stick in an SD card from another device, 2gb, see if the gps can find the card, it should give you an error that says unable to find maps. If you get these error codes then most likely the gps unit is fine but it pooched your programs on the SD card.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2010
Check the SD card in a computer. It might be that the unit is running the shell from the SD card an you might have deleted/formated it, also the card might be defective. If so you''ll have to restore the original software to the SD card (if the card is defective replace the card and restore after)
Posted on May 30, 2010
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