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    Default GPS gone black during use

    Hi All.

    i have some question to ask around/. can anyone help me??

    i have a zumo 660 and i have just install the malsing map.
    but sometimes the screen of the gps will become blackand when i press the BACK button on the screen everything will be back in normal.

    Anyone kind soul!!!!

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    All black when it should show the JCV image?
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    All black when it should show the JCV image?
    Hi catymag,

    So how can i get the JCV to work in my gps??
    or is there anyway to work around it to get it done??

    like you said it was due to jCV, but sometimes even in straight road with not turn or anything, it will still goes off. only i have to press the back button in the screen to get it back.
    or do you think my gps or the file in it is corrupted??.
    shall i reformat everything get get it start all over again??

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    Read here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    And make an hard reset
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
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    And make an hard reset
    Hi, i am really not sure about this zumo.
    how can i do a hard reset??

    thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blues_bleu View Post
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