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Tomtom 500 Both my PC and laptop will not recognise my tomtom on XP using a USB cable

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Hi, you must load tomtom home software on your pc or laptop before connection the device to the pc.

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Min System Requirements for Tom Tom Navigator are as below:-

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Hello, We recently purchased a Tom Tom 140s, used it two times and it went out on the second time we used it. We cannot get it to start again. Any suggestions?


Try a soft reset first - hold the on button down for 20-25 seconds to do this. Most of the time this will fix starting issues.

If the tomtom still won't start you need to connect to your computer via usb cable and start tomtom home (downloadable from the tomtom website) - an auto update should fix it if the tomtom is recognised.

If tomtom home cannot recognise it (shows no device connected) contact tomtom customer support who will send you a software reset - then eventually you wil be back up and running!

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Does not recognise the sd card


This is a common error ans is usually caused by the card not being formatted correctly

A card reader/writer on you PC is the best option

If you can plug the card in somewhere other than into the Tom Tom.
Even a card reader attached to the PC vai a USB cable will work

The computer will see the tomtom as a USB drive that can be accessed like a flash drive.

You need to format it either as "FAT or "FAT16" using the reader
In either my computer or windows explorer right click on the card (propably listed as removable drive)

Select FORMAT and use one of the FAT options above.

Plug your tomtom into the pc but don't run the tomtom home software
If the tom tom asks if you want to connect to computer say yes
Now Simply copy all of the files on your tomtom to the new card.

Once you finish doing the copy, you should be able to insert the card
If you need to add any maps voices etc then disconnect the tomtom from the pc and start the tomtom home software, then connect the tom tom to the pc.

Many tom toms will accept up o a 4gb card (but not micro versions)

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My USB device is not recognised


try to plug it to a fresh windows xp. install your driver and i think that would be recognizable by your computer. i had the same problem just like yours with my computer but after i format my pc and installed a new windows xp service pack 2 with other drivers, it is now detectable. hope that helps!


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