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What is your charging method? In car or house hold plug? Suggest that charger is not working (Green) if light on Tom Tom (at bottom near charger lead) is not lighting. Check your charger and see if you have an indicator light on it showing it is on. If yes, plug in Tom, then press and hold the "on" button for 15 seconds constinuously. Tom Tom should reboot.
You may have dust particles or similar trapped under the touch membrain. This would cause random selection and result in the problem your'e describing. It's often the case that small particles can be trapped just under the edges of the screen by getting under the screen surround( bezel ).
Another similar problem can also occur if the TomTom is left in a cold car overnight after a warm / hot day where moisture can form under the touch screen membrain. This moisture can move around making random inputs to the screen.
If you see the spots on the images after transferring them to another device, my first guess would be there is a speck of dust on the CCD. It just works its way in there sometimes. You could do the surgery yourself and blast it lightly with some canned air to remedy that.
If you're not transferring the images and you're just reviewing them on your camera, it could just be a spot on the LCD. This could also be remedied with some canned air and minor surgery.
Having upgraded my Tom Tom ONE Europe with the latest application download and the latest Europe Maps, the device will not now switch on using battery power. The battery is fine, but the device will only switch on when power is present at the USB port. As I performed the two upgrades one after the other I do not know which introduced the change (poor practice by me I'm afraid!) No solution as yet.