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Unable to connect device to computor, and my sd card has been erased.tried to do back up but no success please help

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First, do you have the maps on your computer? in tomtom home? if so reset your device by inserting a clip into the small hole next to the sd card slot and hold for 15 seconds then start your tomtom home programme on your computer and connect your device, click yes when asked and then click manage my device in tomtom tick the map(s) you want to transfer and then click copy too device, hoping this helps

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