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What can go wrong with your GPS?   
GPS have become a useful tool in daily life for many people. For the most part, GPS products and systems are an accurate and reliable source of information and communication, but still there a bit of inaccuracy with this type of gadget, what are those?


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glove
10/04/2008
04:04:41 AM
Re: What can go wrong with your GPS?
The main problems with global positioning systems are found in incidences of poor signals and speed of connection to satellite signals inaccurate maps and directions limited availability of maps and directions and lastly problems with the GPS unit itself.
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snoop
11/03/2008
07:43:09 PM
Re: What can go wrong with your GPS?
What can we add to that is the software. The main operator of your GPS, if it goes wrong, then the system will automatically fail and not function at all.
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replay
11/03/2008
07:44:53 PM

One factor for your GPS not function well, especially the handheld units are its battery, if your GPS battery has defect that's the time your GPS could go wrong.
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