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well dennis, why are you asking us? try asking the company you bought it from, some companies have generous 30 day or 90 day returns (not many) others are strict with 7 day or 5 day return policies, this keeps GPS units from being bought, used for a month for a trip, then returned... contact them or read the order form you got. if it's a brick and mortar store, go in and quit wasting our time.
It usually finds and updates whatever map(s) you currently have on your GPS device. However, if you have a few maps, it may offer you options to buy more (maps) ... as one or more updates ... for one or more additional charge.
This is most likely dealing with the gps not being able to read the sd card. Try taking it out and cleaning off the gold connectors, and blowing into the slot where the memory stick goes. Then put it back in and turn the gps on. If it still doesn't work, then this means that the software on your gps system is corrupted and unreadable. You will need to update it/re-install the software on it. To do that, you can download this software which will automatically search for the latest updates: http://www.tomtom.com/services/service.php?id=16&tab=87
I am tempted! yes here goes Your signal wont come back, your signal wont come back ( Old Tune of my boomerang wont come back)
It probably wont if the battery is flat , so first try charging bthe battery before turning to map programming. If that doesn't work then expect the worst.... you have damaged the SIIRF chip which is the chip that contacts the satellites Very expensive to reapair cheaper to buy a new GPS generally tomtom are notorious for this problem, but most times its caused by user abuse of overcharging or starting the car with the GPS plugged to DC spikes are common even though they dont blow the fuse in the charger plug. Even Mobile phones should be plugged after the engine is started. none of the GPS Distributors othert than one wilkl tell you of this money spinner. Next time aroumd you may want to consider an ALTINA see Marbella Australia and also read their FAQ on caring for your GPS
According to Kevin A who says, and thanks by the way (There is a reset button on the back at the top of the unit. It should be on the right side as you turn the unit around. Insert a paperclip or pin into this hole, and the unit should reset) at it works 100% because I tried this morning after being quoted £55 to have my GO910 fixed and now it works after the price of a paper clip. Doug rrp3
I had similar problem this morning. Last time I was using my TT was about 3 mths ago and it worked fine. 2day I switched it on, the first screen appeard but the, TT just switched off. I put my friends SC card and it started... . Looks like soft on SD issue. I have a buckup file but at 87% it fails ... Lifes a ..... :D My advice is to download and install new soft on your SD card but what about maps U/me bought with the TT?? Have no idea