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Topic # 5897 7-Dec-2005 06:05
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I have a navman gps sleeve that uses a cf memory card for the maps. When I upgraded to win ver 3.0 I get the following message. Unknown card in slot 2.
After I click ok, the GPS works fine. It's annoying to have this message come up everytime I turn the ipaq on with the sleeve installed. I had the same problem with win ver 2.0, that I corrected with a small file that I can't remember where I got. I tried using that file and the ipaq froze up to the point that I had to do a hard reset. I've tried everything, resetting with the sleeve off, on, in, out. Nothing works, and no files to correct the problem in any site, Navman, HP or windows mobile.
Can anyone help?

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Reply # 24328 7-Dec-2005 07:28
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Have you contacted Navman directly and asked if there's an updated driver or software for this specific sleeve model? Sometimes older products don't have support on newer software versions.

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  Reply # 24379 7-Dec-2005 14:23
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Yes I did and they said to use the old one. I replied the old one froze my handheld and they have yet to respond.

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