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Tomtom one wont start up or connect to computer

My tomtom one first edition was working great, i connected it to pc and now its showing up flashing red x and wont connect to pc to update or fix. Can anyone help please!

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  • marzenalukas Jan 15, 2009

    my tomtom910 wos ok .but one day when i start it white cross on the red circle start flushing.cant conect to my laptop

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How do i update my Tomtom 3RD Edition (1GB) GPS Systems for free i would appreciate it if you have an answer thanks.


Hi, I was having trouble too and have found the manual for the 3rd edition online
http://download.tomtom.com/open/manuals/one3rd/refman/TomTom-ONEv3-en-GB.pdf

I'm following these instructions:

Installing TomTom HOME
Install TomTom HOME on your computer in the following way.
  • Connect your computer to the Internet and then connect your TomTom ONE to your computer using the USB cable.
  • A pop-up window appears. Select Run TomTom HOME. Click OK and follow the on-screen instructions.
  • If the pop-up window does not appear, browse to the TomTom device on your computer and run the file named Install TomTom HOME.
  • TomTom HOME is also available for download from the TomTom website.
  • For more information visit www.tomtom.com/home
  • Once installed, TomTom HOME will start automatically whenever you connectyour TomTom to your computer.

Hope this helps, Lynsey

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Tomtom will not connect to computer press yes on tomtom as instructed to connect to computer but nothing happens. need to install european maps


This is not a solution, it is a new problem
my tomtom was working fine until I connected it to my computer using the latest TomTom Home. It now flashes a white cross and TomTom Home says "No device connected". My TomTom is useless now and does not work anymore.

Oct 20, 2009 | Tomtom One XL GPS Receiver

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Flashes x when turned on


Your os has a problem. Try this in the exact order.
1. Connect your device to USB.
2. Then turn it on
It should then connect to your computer
If it ask's you do you want to connect to your computer select yes
TT home should see your device and load your os.
If it doesn't load your operating system it will get a little more involved, but can be done. If this works make a backup of your tt device but do not use tt home to do this. Make a new folder on your desktop and name it whatever you want. Next go to my computer click on your tt's drive letter to open the drive. Click on edit, select all, copy. Then go to the folder you have created and right click then paste. Now you have a backup you can use if this happens again

Apr 23, 2009 | Tomtom ONE 3rd Edition GPS

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No maps found error on tomtom 3rd edition


you need to uninstall tomtom home and then reinstall again you can do this at
http://tomtom.com/plus/service.php?=17

this will take you to thevery latest tomtom home downoad

Jan 27, 2009 | Tomtom ONE 3rd Edition GPS

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I have a tomtom one 2nd edition. It is frozen on.


Easy, simple take a pen and press the reset on the bottom of the Tomtom, just like any other electronic device.

Dec 30, 2008 | Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver

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Cannot update


  1. Restart your computer
  2. connect TomTom to computer
  3. turn on TomTom
  4. When asked to "connect to computer" enter <YES>
  5. Start TomTom Home if it does not do so automatically

Jul 29, 2008 | Tomtom ONE 3rd Edition GPS

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Showing "X" and wont go to home menu


If your device only shows a cross after you turn it on, the TomTom application is not installed or cannot be found.

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Visit this webpage for instructions on how to fix your GPS .
TomTom ONE support-- Device shows a flashing cross when turned on

Glad to have helped you !

Jun 01, 2008 | Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver

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New tomtom ONE 3rd edition


Make an account here, for free:
http://www.tomtom.com/myTomTom/myProfile/index.php

Then, install Tom Tom Home:
http://www.tomtom.com/support/support.php?ID=3&Language=1

IMPORTANT:
Make a full backup, better safe, than sorry...
Do this backup vith explorer or similar,
just copy ALL content from device to a folder on your computer.
Remember to set explorer to show hidden and system files.

Connect device to pc, update device via TomTom Home....

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Tom tom 300


"My tom tom wonts switch on. I have reset it and still it comes on with a boom boom noise and shows the 2 hands on the screen. It also shows the loading bar at the bottom, but then it just freezes and nothing happens. can anyone help please ASAP"

Sound as though your Map data card is corrupt. Remove the SD card and check it with your computer using a card reader. Backup the SD card onto your computer. You can run either chkdsk or go to the drive letter under 'My Computer' right click and select properties, then tools, then check now. You can also try starting the Tomtom with the SD card out of the unit. It should show a picture of the Tomtom with a 'X'. You can also try copying the data on the SD card to another SD card.

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