Question about Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver
Plugged in my TomTom One (3rd edition) to update last night, and during the middle of a software install everything froze. Rebooted the computer, and now my Tomtom just flashes a red X on the screen. I've tried the reset button, problem still exists. Then I tried the 'explore' the Hdd to remove the key files, format then dump them back in, but keep getting the same windows error message: "file or directory is corrupted and unreadable".
Should I just format and use the Totom Home program to reload my settings? Regretably I didn't back anything up before I updated. Will my Tomtom just become an external hard drive now, or will it work out? Do I have to do this on my computer, or can I load the Tomtom Home program on another computer, and do it from that computer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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