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I did not manage to find in the cell phone manual any indication on how to format the SD card. I could only locate one tutorial from Tracfone on how to delete the contents (photos, videos and music) of the cell phone. Please, have a look at:
Do you mean from internal memory to SD card?Some apps can not be moved to SD cards.Also if you replaced your sim card the apps are on the old card.You would have to backup your apps from the old sim card to the external SD card then re-install them.Some cell providers have online back up that you can use.Good luck.
The problem is that your camera will only read SD cards, not SDHC cards. After you damaged the SD card that you've been using for years, you bought a replacement, not noticing that it was SDHC. The new cards don't work, not because they or the camera are broken, but because they're not compatible.
Cards up to 2Gb are generally SD. Cards over 8Gb have to be SDHC. 4Gb cards can be either SD or SDHC, but are almost always SDHC because they're cheaper. (I would avoid the rare, expensive, and problematic 4Gb SD cards.)
Your solution is to go find a 2Gb card, and be extra sure that it doesn't say "SDHC" on it. (If it does, it probably means that they made a 4Gb card, but there were some error locations and so they disabled half of it and packaged it as a cheap-brand 2Gb.)
Your particular unit runs it's software from SD-Card.
you need to check if the card is not damaged: while unpowered push the SD card to come out insert it in a card reader on your computer and see if it reads it ok, if it ask's you to format it it means it's damaged and should be replaced ( the sd card of your tomtom should be replaced with another SD card which you should buy from tomtom for your particular device not a generic one). if it reads just fine reinsert it and start the device again..And about the reset the correct procedure is: Press and hold the On/Off button until your device restarts. This can take more than fifteen seconds. You should also install Tomtom Home on your computer, connect the device and update it if al the above failed (with a verified and working SD card inserted) - link for Tomtom Home: Windows, Mac
Try using a tweezer to get the sd card out, but if you're having a hard time removing it. There is no way but to replace the motherboard since you will really need a force to remove it (mechanical problem) and it will anyway damage that motherboard.
Try purchasing a new SD memory card (brand name) and installing the files there. Sometimes the manufacture sends cheap SD cards and the data is easily lost in damaged or poorly made SD cards. I have a EVESHAM 2007 and installed the files from the original CDto a new SD card and solved freezing and other problems resulting from poor data transmission from the cheap SD.
Also, try going online to the manufactureer's web site to see if they have downloads/ updates available there to replace the origianl install files that came with the unit. Always put on new brand new SD card.