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Windows bug ?

The tomtom home software installs ok, but it does not launch when the tomtom gets pluged in, manually launching the tomtom app, opens a window titled tomtom home End User License Agreement, except this window is empty, in the lower left corner there is a button ( the mouse pointer changes to a hand ) selecting it closes the window

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  • gtsonoma Jan 24, 2008

    windows 2k and I've uninstalled and reinstalled tomtom home about a dozen times



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How many times have you tried reinstalling the software? What version of Windows are you using?

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Hi , do you mean that the subject program will not install using Windows 10 operating system ?
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Navigate to the install disk's file directory using Windows Explorer (not the browser) , click on the folder to open and scroll down to the setup ( application) file . Right click to open the context menu and select properties > compatibility : check : run this program in compatibility mode and select from drop down list XP sp3 (my guess) or latest published supported Windows version for the subject app.
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click apply > ok then close and double click app's setup file to launch installation
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When an app won't launch it could be there is a bug in the app itself. Check the App Store if there's an update available.

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