Updating a tom tom sat nav
Wherever you are in the world, sat navs can get you from A-to-B quickly and efficiently.Whether you’re driving at home or abroad, for work or for pleasure, there’s a sat nav deal to take the stress out of driving.
To determine what version your in-car navigation system is using, simply locate the map CD, DVD or SD Card – you’ll often find this located in the boot, under the seat, or in the glove box of your car.
I can't use Tom Tom HOME, because it only supports Windo$e and Mac. However I would respectfully request you please begin Linux support for Tom Tom Home.
Has anyone found a way to get updates and copy them to Tom Tom's, using USB? AMD Athlon 64 x2.4 ghz, Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe, OCZ Platinum rev.2 2 GB RAM, Western Digital 320 GB x2, Western Digital 500 GB, Hitachi 1 TB SATA x1 Long time M$ user almost ready to burn his copy of XP. Ok what I have learned is: Tomtom's themselves are Linux based. I can't seem to run it in Wine, or in windows emulators. Myself, I run Ubuntu Linux Version 8.04 Hardy Heron.
When it didn't work they told me to buy a new device, as it came with unlimited updates.
This year, when it didn't work, after 10 days of useless email suggestions, they decided that since they couldn't help me, they'd just deactivate my account. It is not possible to reactivate disabled accounts.
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AMD Athlon 64 x2.4 ghz, Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe, OCZ Platinum rev.2 2 GB RAM, Western Digital 320 GB x2, Western Digital 500 GB, Hitachi 1 TB SATA x1 Long time M$ user almost ready to burn his copy of XP. It tries to open the link https://home.tomtom.com/urlredirect/...-GB&country=GB but wine's iexplore locks-up without a window.