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1. open your tomtom as a folder 2. copy all info from tt to a new folder on your computer 3. format tt in fat32 4. download tomtom home and run it 5. make all upgrades that the tthome sais 6. copy the folders with maps and voices from saved ones 7. if restarts or freeze on logo, open tt as folder and delete the file MapSettings.cfg from map folder 8. say thank you
You might have configured it to save battery. One battery saving feature involves turning off screen between instructions and another always turns off screen. See Screen capture from the manual (Go 730)
I have loaded my Binatone B350 With a 128mb SD Card from my old Tom Tom Go which slots in perfect.
When i turn my sat nav on i get a blue screen stating
"WARNING SYSTEM REGISTRY KEY LOST"
The sat nav then reboots itself and goes to the main page
"BINATONE DRIVE LIKE A LOCAL" and then repeats itself to blue screen again. I have taken the card out and still get the blue screen. Any ideas on how to solve this please
Before you keep resetting your tomtom I would intall a new battery. Call your closest "batteries plus store" or "radioshack store" and then try to reset it, it might be only the battery and nothing to do with the reseting.....
change screen settings. here's how to; goto change pref, -safety pref- (ignore first screen)-done-- done--done--then it will come up with---turn off map display, select never option then done , you will also need to check to see if your screen saver option are set to slide show and turn these off as well.
I was having a similar problem where i would go through the setup screens until I was selecting the map and then it would restart. What worked for me was to connect it to my computer and choose Operate My Device from the third page of options in TomTom Home. This let me progress through the remaining set up screens and get to the point where I could enter an addres again.
Don't know if this will work for everyone, but it seems to have done the trick for me.
Make sure you download the lates Home software - probably availalble at www.tomtom.com
After you say yes to conect to the computer and the screen goes black - jut re-press the on button on the GPS while it is still connected to the computer - it will then work. I also try to open the GPS as an external drive which forces the identification of files while TomTom home is working.