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Tomtom one displays no maps found

I have accidentally formatted my Tomtom One(4N00.012) SD card without backing up all data.I copied all maps and other stuff from another Tomtom One to my computer's hard disk and then transferred all data to My Tomtom one.But when i turn on my tom tom it displays No Maps Found.I despratly need help to solve this issue.Plz Help me!

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  • rklocham Nov 26, 2008

    I have accidentally formatted my Tomtom One(4N00.012) SD card without backing up all data.I copied all maps and other stuff from another Tomtom One to my computer's hard disk and then transferred all data to My Tomtom one.But when i turn on my tom tom it displays No Maps Found.I despratly need help to solve this issue.Plz Help me!

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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.

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Hi Steve de may.

Try removing your SD card and inserting again. If the problem persists then I recommend you use your backed up copy to restore the SD card. You did make a back up on your PC, right?

The other possibility is that in the preferences section of you tom tom the wrong map has been selected or a map that it cannot read has been loaded. Remember newly purchased maps must be activated first before use.

I made a copy of may original SD card and use that in my tomtom. If anything goes wrong, I can always restore it from the original. I also made a copy on my PC using the Tomtom "Home" application.

Hope this helps.

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