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If the problem is only with the Black Ops game it could mean that the the game paly data is corrupt. Start by deleting the saved game data and the file data for the Black Ops game and if that doesn't work try doing a system restore. NOTE: A system restore will delete all other game data. I recommend backing up your system onto a usb flash drive.
Hello megbert,I own a TomTom also and have had your same problem before. I have listed the procedures from TomTom Home. First try a soft reset (Reset button is located at the bottom of the TomTom device next to where the DC plug plugs in). Make sure your batteries are charged up or the USB is plugged in.
If your device is not starting up properly, follow the steps below:
If you have backed up your TomTom to your computer, then you can reinstall the TomTom application from your backed up dataIn rare cases, your TomTom device may not start correctly or may stop responding. If this happens, try resetting your device. A reset does not delete any data.
Hook the Tomtom using the USB cable to your computer. You should see the Tomtom drive under My Computer as a drive letter.
Backup all data from the Tomtom to a folder on your computer. Now select the Tomtom drive and right click, select properties, select tools, and then Check now. Allow the computer to fix any problems with the Tomtom drive. Once this is completed. Remove the USB cable and do a reset. Now turn on your Tomtom and it should work.
1. Remove the battery for a solid 2 minutes, then reinsert and see if that fixes it.
2. try updating the firmware with the remote in safe modeSafe
Mode is a diagnostic tool in the Remote used for troubleshooting
purposes. If the words "Safe Mode" or "Safe Mode Requested" appear on
the remote, complete the following steps:
Ensure the Remote is in "Safe Mode Requested" by taking out the batteries, and disconnecting the remote from the USB cable.
Hold down the Off button and plug the remote into the USB.
Continue holding down the Off button for another 10 seconds. The remote should then display the words "Safe Mode Requested".
With the unit in "Safe Mode Requested", re-install the firmware by clicking Support on your home page.
Click Firmware in the Downloads section and follow the online instructions to upgrade the firmware.
Once the firmware upgrade is complete, click Update My Remote.