Question about GPS
I have a Gps device that started rebooting after an unplanned disconnect from my PC. When looking at the files on the device using Windows Explorer I found a number of corrupted files, indicating a damaged FAT (File Allocation Table) these files could not be deleted or repaired. To resolve this I carried out the following: (1) Locate a 'Good' file backup of the device, made prior to the device causing problems! If you do not have one, you have a problem and will need to contact your dealer. (2) Connect the device to the PC via the USB lead, (3) I used Achronis Disk Director to format the device to FAT 16. (4) Copy the backed up files to the device. (5) Safely disconnect the device. (6) Reboot.....Job done. OK it's not for the faint hearted but it will resurrect your TT, the moral of the story is ALWAYS backup your device.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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