Question about Tomtom GO 910 GPS Receiver
Is it possible to down load stored data from a tom tom 910 in car unit following an RTA ?
Yes but as a member of the public you will not have the appropriate software or equipment.
Your insurance company will help especially if it helps their claim or the Police will assist you gathering evidence for a prosecution.
Info gained will be speed, time (set by sat gps receiver) not what time you say it is and exact location with 3 square metres and direction of travel.
Hope this helps with your question.
Posted on Mar 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, this is possoble.
Make sure you:
- Have updated to last navcore v7 version
- Have updated TomTom Home to latest version
Then buy and upgrade map through TomTom Home...
Find latest version of TomTom Home here:
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
SOURCE: how to reset tom tom 910
the reset hole is hard to find... If you are looking at the back of the unit, it is in the upper right hand side of the liitle plastic protrusion at the top of the semi-circular opening above where you can see the exposed circuit board.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Use Tom Tom Home to find new maps and updates.
If you haven't got Tom Tom Home then download a free copy here:
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Try this solution:
STEP 1 Un-install Tom Tom Home from your PC
STEP 2 Click on the link below:
This will download a little removal program for the Tom Tom Home program.
A Black window will appear briefly then close.
• Make sure that you have got Administrator rights on the PC. Otherwise you may not be allowed to connect new hardware (especially the case when using office computers)
• Reboot your PC
STEP 3 Visit Tom Tom website and download the current new version of Tom Tom Home and install it to your PC
STEP 4 Connect the TomTom
• Make sure the device is fully charged before connecting it to the computer. Ideally a mininum of 4 hours charge.
• Reset the device using a paper clip (see http://www.tomtom.com/6965). When resetting, keep the reset button pushed in for at least 20 seconds, but DO NOT turn the device back on just yet.
• Ensure that your TomTom has power connected to it. There should be a green light on the TomTom unit. If your device came with a Home Charger, please make sure that is plugged in to the TomTom also.
Your Tom Tom should ask you to 'Connect to Computer' if it does tap YES.
Your unit should now be recognized by your PC.
IF IT DOESN'T then follow the instructions below:
1. Connect your unit to your PC;
2. Copy two folders to your PC (namely 'Raster' and the one which holds all your maps - probably called 'United Kingdom and Eire';
3. Using Windows Utility, right click on the Tom Tom drive unit and select Fomat;
4. Switch off the unit and soft-reset it with a paper clip (but hold it in for at least 20 mins) and then re-connect it and power it up;
5. Tom Tom Home should now detect the unit and your unit should ask you to 'Connect to Computer' so tap YES;
6. Tom Tom Home will now say your device needs updating - and if you apply all the changes it will restore it to Factory Finished!
7. Then all's needed is to replace the two folders you backed up and any other items like mp3's and sounds, pics, etc.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
The shut down' problem is caused by a faulty 'USB' charger socket
Swap out the socket and make sure you resolder ALL 5 terminals and the 4 pcb clamps.
Only attempt this if your skilled enough. A botched repair will not work and cause more even fatal damage to the pcb.
Sorry if I just depressed you but that's what need to be done.
TomTom support lie and tell you its the navcore, NOT
I have carried out this repair myself and it did cure the problem.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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