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Tomtom1 original my tomtom1 crashed, i got a loan of one from someone and transfered the data onto mine but now it is rejecting my card, can anyone help

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You cannot use a card from another tt. The navcore and maps are for that individual device only. Check the tt forums you can find a wealth of information on them.

Posted on May 04, 2009

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My gsp only has a sd card no usb slot so how do i transfer the update to my gps Thanks


Depending on the type of GPS you have, you have a few options...

If the update instructs you to put the update files on the SD card, you need a means for your computer to access the SD card. This can be done by using an USB SD card reader, which can be picked up at your local electronics, digital photography store or online.

If you have another device that allows the transfer of data between a computer and the device (and it uses SD cards), you can put the SD card for you GPS into your other device, connect it to the computer through USB, and transfer the update files. For example, if your digital camera uses an SD card, you could put the GPS SD card into the camera, and then connect the camera to the computer.

Make sure you're updating correctly - sometimes the update is a file you run on your PC that in turn transfers files through a different means onto the GPS. Read the manual for your GPS for more information regarding transferring files onto the GPS and updating.

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I need a sd card for my vxa-3000


You seem to be saying you have a card but you lost it Which is it?

If you have the original card make sure there is data on it that is valid. If you lost the card ( and I don't know how you could do that!) then you will have to buy a new licenced piece of software. The licence is tied to the SD card Pirated maps will not work.

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No gps signal on my tomtom1 version 3 any ideas? it says on the the screen no gps signal was fine when i used it friday but this happened when i tried to use it today


Have you tried doing a reset? There is a hole in the bottom of your TomTom for that purpose. It has solved an occasional hangup with mine.

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Tomtom1 memory card


Through TomTom's company

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memory card slot pin switch is bad.replace the circuit board

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Tomtom one displays no maps found


The problem with that approach is that you cannot transfer maps from another device onto yours without product key activation codes. This is to prevent piracy or abuse of maps on individual devices.

Did you find a good solution?

May 22, 2008 | Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver

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WONT TURN


Since you mention that it seems to feel different when pressing the on/off button, I can ask if you feel it "click" when you press it? If not, chances are the actual button mounted on the PC Board has broken off of the board. These buttons are mounted using "suface mount technology" which is less durable than through-hole... what that means is that if the button was pressed rather hard even once, it will come off the board and need to be re-soldered on. Other related possibilities are that the plastic "nib" on the end of the button (found inside the unit) has broken off and a new button is required. Don't scrap out the unit, if you or someone you know has good soldering skills, might be worth trying.

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