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To resolve this problem, follow these steps on your Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 back-end server. Alternatively, follow these steps on another computer that has access to the same domain controller and the same global catalog server.
NoteThis procedure requires the Exchange Server Fix Toolbox
1.Start the the Exchange Server Fix Toolbox
Right-clickYour_back-end_Exchange_server, and then clickProperties.
Clicknetworkaddressin theAttributeslist, and then clickEdit.
Add a new value forncacn_ip_tcp. Use the FQDN of the server instead of the NetBIOS name or the host name of the server.
The syntax for this value isncacn_ip_tcp:FQDN. For example, if your Exchange back-end server has a host name of EXCHANGE1 and the FQDN is EXCHANGE1.domain.com, use the following value forncacn_ip_tcp:ncacn_ip_tcp:EXCHANGE1.domain.com
Remove the oldncacn_ip_tcpvalue that contains the NetBIOS name or the host name of the back-end server.
Apply this change.
Because your Exchange computer may change this value back during a failover or a system attendant restart, configure the following registry value on both nodes of the cluster:
Right-clickUpdateProtocols, clickModify, type0in theValue databox, and then clickOK.
If your network uses a Hosts file on the back-end cluster node, modify it by using the following order of entry:
Restart the Exchange services on the back-end cluster node.
If there are multiple domain controllers, wait for replication to occur before you try to log on from the front-end server. If the problem is not resolved after replication is complete, restart the IIS Admin Service on the front-end server.
If your TomTom shows a red cross, it means the device is not able to load the software to be able to operate. Some devices have this software on a SD-card, some have it stored on an internal memory.
If there was a SD-card in your TomTom, I would suggest to put it back. If there is a empty SD-slot on your device, it could be you lost your SD-card, but some TomTom devices have an internal memory AND a SD-slot for memory extension, so if you have an empty cardslot it doesn't necessarily mean there has to be a card in it.
When you never saw a SD-card, probably some data went corrupt on the internal memory. When you have a SD-card, probably some data got corrupted on the SD-card.
To repair the software, you need to connect your GPS to your PC or Mac with a USB cable.
You also need the program TomTom HOME. You can download it for free on the TomTom website.
With TomTom HOME you can update the operating system of your device for free (map updates are nor free).
An "Internal Server Error" is an error on the web server
that you're trying to access. That server is misconfigured in some way that is
preventing it from responding properly to what you're asking for. Unless you own the website you're trying to access and can reconfigure the servers, it's not your problem and there's nothing you can do about it (for better or worse).
I had this issue with my Go930 and solved it for Tomtom!! Firstly, you need to ensure that you have the most up to date version of Tomtom Home, from here (http://www.tomtom.com/services) and then before you dock your 720, put an SD card in. It doesnt have to have anything on it and you should only only have to do this the first time. Tomtom home will then ask you which device you wish to update, internal HDD or external. Choose the internal HDD and you are sorted
I had the same problem before on a TomTom GO 730. The free internal memory was too small to hold the updated map so installation failed (the download to PC was OK, the message is misleading). It's a TomTom software bug to not check on the available free memory properly before the update process is started. My TomTom device required a new software install from scratch. Remove any excess MP3 or unused voices before you retry the update.
I would suggest you to look into Underground GPS forum. It has some good info. TomTom official site is not the only way to get and update maps on AVN2210P. Currently I am using version 840 latest USA and Canada map with Navcore 7.833 with no issue. Good luck.
Go to My Computer, then the TomTom drive and click explore. Move your Map folder to the desktop. Then, delete everything on the tomtom drive. Unplug it, plug it back in, and start up Tomtom HOME and install all updates, keep unplugging, plugging back in, and installing updates until there aren't any more updates. Then move your map folder back to where it was on your TomTom drive.