Unable to boot my G920, comes up with a red X and will not go any further. Unable to connect to computer. After approx 10 day working with TOMTOM, received the following reply: We do need to inform you that the 920 carries a 1 year warranty from
the date of purchase, if purchased brand new. Based on the serial
number and your proof of purchase, your device is out of warranty.
do need to inform you that we do not do any kind of repairs on out of
warranty units. We do not have repair centers to offer you either, as
there are none over here in the US/ Canada. We do apologize for the
frustration this can cause. To view our warranty policy, you may click
on the link below: "
Bottom line. If your unit out of warranty, just throw it out and never buy a TOMTOM again. Then, kick your self in the *ss for spending so much money on a GPS.
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The code 6 failure code is the toggle throttle [engager] isn't in the neutral position when power is applied to the scooter. If the engager doesn't return to the neutral position as soon as you turn the key on the scooter would start to move, that woul
Engager 1. Check connections on red, white and black wires at crimps and soldered joints. (Flash Code 7) 2. Use meter to check for: - White & Red: 5k1 + 10% - Red & Black: 2.5k1 (approx.) - White & Black: 2.5k1 (approx.) 3. With meter between Red & Black, squeeze engager forward. Resistance should go from 2.5k down to 01 smoothly. 4. With meter between White & Black, squeeze engager reverse. Resistance should go from 2.5k down to 0 1 smoothly. 5. Check voltages (with key on): - Forward - Red- 4.5V + .1V - Neutral - Black- 2.5V + 0.1V - Reverse - White - .5V +.1V If using a Test Harness - White & Red: 5k, Forward - Red & Brown: 2-5k, Reverse - White & Brown: 2-5k. 1. Use Red & Brown squeeze engager slowly forward 25 down to 0 slowly. 2. Use White & Brown squeeze engager slowly reverse 25 down to 0 slowly. Make sure dial speed is set to10.
One or more drivers may be currupt.
Try booting in safe mode and see if it completes booting, if so go to device manager and look if there is a yellow asstrick or red question mark at any device, if so the driver needs to be reinstalled and the device needs to be enabled.
Shut down and try botting normally, if you still are unable to boot normally, disconnect all usb devices connected to the computer, with the exception of the keyboard and mouse, and see if it boots up normally.
I hope this helps.
Good luck and have a pleasent day.
Keep the reset button pressed for 3 minutes. If you have the CD, try to re-install the same router If you don't, contact the toll-free # 1-800-2235546 Myself or any other technical support executive will assist you further
insure that the power plug in back of your computer is firmly pushed in. if that fails look in back of your computer you will see a little orange or red switch .
it will read 115 when you click it to the side or down it will read 220 or 230. click it to 220 and boot computer. if computer comes on click it back to 115 then reboot . let me know if this resolves the problem. if not i will assist further.
This generally means the monitor can not detect a video signal. Have you tried a different monitor? Or try the monitor on a different computer. If those are not options, check you video card and try to boot Windows in Safe Mode (VGA resolution).
Flashing red light means system restarted due to power outage and or system was restarted, Wait for system to boot. The power adapter may not be connected firmly in the power socket or the wire connected at the back of your router may be loose.
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You are unable to enter bios....to select drive c...try to remove the hard drive and install it in the other machine that you have....or just boot your notebook without the Hard disk and see if it makes any difference.....
Can you explain more on... "The computer trys to start and then just shuts down in approx, 8 seconds."