I tried the POI Warner on my Navigon 2200t and the result is devastating. There is a POI Warner folder in the root of my flash drive with files and folders named with incomprehensible characters. The folder size is 35.9 Gb! There is no way to delete the folder and its contents, as I always receive "system file" error each time. Does anyone now how I can delete this folder and its contents?
I'm confused about what the problem is. Are you talking about a flash drive connected to the computer, or a microSD card in the GPS? Either way I doubt the folder is 35.9Gb as I searched Newegg.com; and the largest flash drive I can find is 64GB and the largest microSD card I can find is 16GB, both of which are darn expensive. Is the folder size really 35.9MB and not GB?
If you're working off the computer, you didn't mention your operating system. If you have Windows, you can try reformatting the flash drive or SD card. If you have other files/folders on it, copy these to the computer's hard drive before doing the formatting. Then you can restore them after the formating is finished.
More information would be appreciated.
Hi thanks for the help, but I solved it. The greatest puzzle was to see the 35.6Gb in Navigon's own flash drive, which was impossible. Finally, I ran chcdsk to get rid of whatever the problem was, and ran the command with the parameter /f. Finally the problem was fixed with chckdsk, as it indeed deleted the problematic folder. Sometimes desperate moves may prove to be the most logical and helpful.
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