Weird noise, picture, and nubers, what does it mean?
I was driving on the freeway, following TomTom's directions, and all of the suddent there was this loud repetetive bonging noise, kind of like a church bell, in the upper left hand corner there was a picture of a house, and below that it changed back and forth between the two numbers 200 and 250. What does this mean?
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Our Sony WEGA 50" also made this popping sound and we suddently had no picture. We ordered a new lamp, followed the instructions, and everything's been working just fine. Searched Google for "lamp for TV model" and found excellent prices. Good luck!
please clarify for me. what exact system model nuber do you have? or if you know it what cpu socket nuber do you have?
please repost your question with the following
1 exact name and model nuber of system. usually located on the back of the tower and sometimes right on the front also.
2 if you have opened it and had a look directly at the cpu socket you could just re post with the socket nuber.
either way i will be able to help if you tell me either of these 2 things thank you.
Hello it could mean that your HD is going bad. How long have you been using it. If not too long then it's defect and should be brough back to the store U got it from for replacement or refund. Don't forget the receipt
depends on which TomTom Go you have (maps preloaded only go700 and go910 no memory card slot)
This is for Go910
Tap Change preferences in the Main Menu.
(When you first start
using your TomTom ONE XL, not all the buttons will be shown in the
menu. Many buttons and some more advanced features are hidden because
you will not need these features very often.To see all of the buttons
and features, tap "Show ALL menu options" button in the Preference
then Tap "Turn off map display" button to turn off the map. Instead of seeing your position on a map in the Driving View, you will only see information about the next instruction.
you can download all TomTom manual
go to tomtom website ----> support scroll down at the right hand side click Find downloads
Hi, I take it that what you mean by website is " The TomTom" website ?
Before formatting you should have backed up the files from your TomTom or you have a CD / DVD with the files on ( same files on that disk as were on your TomTom's hard drive ) . After formatting it should be a simple task to re-install the files back onto your TomTom but you might then have to re-authorise the maps using the number on the card that came with your TomTom ( looks similar to a credit card ) . It is also possible to download the files from TomTom website . You can do this using TomTom home as it does most of the work for you , or you can hunt around on the TomTom website and download each file required ( but you would need to know the file names ) direct to your PC . Once you have the files you can then upload them to your TomTom directly ( when connected to your PC , the tomtom will appear in "My Computer" as a USB drive ) so it's a simple matetr of dragging and dropping the files . Again , once you have all the files on your TomTom you will likely need to activate the maps again using the product code on the credit card thing that came with your TomTom. Good Luck.
My TomTom One is acting up. All of a suddent, it has a hard time finding a valid GPS signal. Then, it sometimes becomes frozen at the first screen when you turn it on. When I try to connect to the computer, the menu page comes up on the computer screen, but the unit does not respond to anything. This unit has operated smoothly until now and I have done nothing to change it. Any ideas?
I think that you just continued the wrong way. If you would follow the red line that is the way you should go. If you don't, then it will reset from where YOU went which was not the correct way to try to find you a new way to where you are going from where you have gone off on the wrong street. That has happened to me and it is only when I go the wrong way. I hope that helps..