Question about Tomtom Navigator Bluetooth GPS Receiver
There are few things here to consider.
1) the 4 digit postcode is related to say Australia, you are using the basic fronte end of a set of maps designed for a country with 4 digits but have modified some poi's that should be in a 6 digit environment
The size of the card is beyond the ability of the unit to read, so you get errors. Use a smaller capacity card and try again.
If your GPS alllows music and photo storage, use a separarety card for these and put the orginal capacity card back for the maps
You have also programed in a starting point location.. your home. All GPS gave this feature, remove it and leave blank it will say always start from Sydney CBD.by default, unless programmed otherwise to your address.
If it continually defaults to a non standard ( your address) bthen when it is savin the information the personal info file is corrupt.
As you have fiddled with the software it will bew hard for any tech to sort out your problem.
I have this all the time on our own brand of GPS, where people change voices, put in POI's written and converted from other models or even brands and somehow corrupt the basic files.
If you have a card reader ( i am sure you do) put the card in and type part of your address in SEARCH and see which file it appears in (.data) (.txt) delete it and recreate it then try again.
Hope that helps
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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