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1. Connect Navman GPS to PC viamini-usb cable.
2. Go to 'Start'
3. Go to 'My Computer'
4. Open the 'Navman' folder
5. Open the 'Database' folder
6. Delete the following file only- 'dababase.db'
7. Close the folders
8. Disconnect the mini-USB cablethen restart the Navman GPS by sliding the switch to 'Restart' then back to'On' after 10 seconds. The unit shouldstart & the database.db file will be re-generated automatically.
While you reset the device by pressing the little button on the bottom with the stylus, Hold "UP" on the direction pad. Keep holding for about 30 seconds. You should then be prompted to do restore it to factory settings.
Let me know if this doesn't work, and we'll go from there, Simon
We need to contact the Navman Retailer so we can arrange a new one as this one is still under warranty. We purchased it in Nov 2007, used it a handfull of times then recently turned it on to use and it wont even get past the terms and conditions.
Yes we pressed YES and keeps going back to that same page.
If you have a solution for that please let us know or could you assist on what we should do next.
Tomtom GO 910 GPS Receiverflashing white X in a red circle I discovered that there was a file on the 910 called CLMDATA which was corrupt. When I deleted this in Windows explorer, the unit started up and worked OK. This file is recreated when the unit starts up