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Not enough space to update - Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver

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You'll want to (first) backup your navigation software and map data(base) onto your PC (using HOME or Windows Copy). Then, remove some of the "not used" data from the GPS ... e.g. voices, symbols (e.g. cars), etc. After that, you may wish to do a DeFragmentation on your GPS storage device ... using the usual Windows (defrag) utility ... e.g. from File-Properties-Tools-Defrag.
Then try connecting the GPS (using HOME) to your PC again, and see if there's enough space for updates.

Posted on Dec 28, 2013

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