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    Default OZICE crash

    Hello

    i try to hack a NX302e clarion in order to use OziexplorerCE ...
    OziCe launch well, detect GPS on serial port 2 at 4800 bauds.
    But as soon as the sat are finded , the unit freeze and need hard reset ...

    i tried every option in ozice's NMEA configuration but no way

    specs are: 800x400,100mo ram,win CE 6.0

    Thanks for your idea

    Julio
    (i put the same message in the clarion section)

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    OziCE may not be supported properly for your Device even though it is CE 6.0
    Ozi Explorer has not been updated for a long time and I feel may not be supported in the near future.

    Check here for updates and you can do a contact them and ask your question within reason, your English must be precise as it maybe misunderstood.
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    They do not support vehicle systems, so do not mention Hacking a system.
    Good luck.
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