I can't get TomTom maps to load on the micros SD card or PDA, it asks for cd/dvd 0 while the disk is already in the drive. I copied the DVD onto the pc thinking it might work from there, but it won't.
TomTom said ask Orange and Orange said search in Google!
Orange said that Navfix is what is presently on the phone although TomTom thought is was a cut down version of its product - but Orange have used Navfix instead.
This is what I call useless customer service.
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Backup the Tomtom to your computer. !!!!!!!!
Format the Tomtom hard disk
Logon to Tomtom home and carry out an update
When it has completely finished updating copy the map directory back onto the root of your Tomtom hard disk.
This action forces the Tomtom home site to completely update the program on your Tomtom to the latest applicable application.
This may involve updating the the bootloader as well as the Navcore software.
The maps will go straight back on ok as they should already have been initialised for that device.
Most new Navcores now incorporate the Quickfix which enables the sattelite signal to lock on quicker.
Regular visits to the Tomtom home website will update the quickfix data which really needs to be done weekly as the data expires.
Pressing the reset button also renders the old Quickfix data useless.
If the above does not work then I suggest that you have a hardware problem which would require a professional repair.
plug your G1 to your PC via a USB cable that came with it .., once you plug it in you'll get a notification entitled USB connected .. select it and then choose mount ... once thats done open your My computer icon , you'll see an exrta drive that wasn't there be4 somethig like K or M .. open that and you'll see all the content of your SD card .. copy and past everything to a folder anywhere in your computer ... then all you gotta do is replace the SD card , repeat the same proccess but then time copy everything back to your new SD card .
Hopefully this will fix your tt910, I followed the instructions below and my tt910 is now working fine.
Please download software from attached links and save it on you computer desktop / connect tomtom to computer and close "tomtom home when it starts / select and copy all 5 downloaded files / open "my computer" / right click on drive where tomtom is located and paste / select "yes to all" when windows ask if you want replace existing files ,this will refresh software on your device and maps should work .
The error during planning is a map error not an OS error. It will give you this warning if you try to nav somewhere that it cant see any way of getting to because there is a gap somewhere en-route. Normally its the last 100 yards or something. The workaround is to nav to an adjoining road or somewhere very close to where you want to end up. Oddly or maybe coincidentally (which I doubt at 60,000 miles per year) I have only had this happen on the new maps.