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    Default GO910, Navcores & Alternative Maps

    Posted for & on behalf of Traveller63:-

    Hi Guys!

    I thought it maybe best to give you both a 'heads up' on where I am at this point in time with all the information and suggestions/help you have provided to me.

    On the Alternative Navcore side:
    NC 9.510 failed totally to do anything with my TT
    NC 9.160 worked but would not start up without using the 'Reset Button' on every occasion and then putting it into the windscreen mount, at which point having got past the Start Up picture it then wanted 'Re-configuring' every time.

    Two other NC's 9.540 & 9.051 that were also recommended from another GPS Forum also failed to do anything after being installed.

    In using the NC 9.160 I saw that Map 945.6174 in the Compatibility Chart should have worked as it also has the Activation Code (META) available.

    Having downloaded it, then installed it, Easy Activate tells me that it cannot be Activated, and the TomTom gave me the Error Message on a large red screen also saying it would not work and was incompatible (Can someone please let Orni know as the Thread is closed)

    I then tried the Older Version of the Europe Map 935.5744 with NC 9.160 and it worked but not fully, then when I connected the TT to TomTom Home I got another Error Message advising me that both this map and the old map for Morocco 930.5560 which also worked prior to TomTom Home connection were incorrect for the NC installed.

    Around 30 seconds later I then receive another message from TomTom telling me that the Installed NC is not the correct NC for this TomTom and locked it up.

    After another couple of hours I have gone back with a full restore but getting TT Home to install the Old Navcore back on the GO910.

    Not a good outcome and not sure if you can assist any further.

    Thanks for the suggestions, I am just sorry they did not work out.
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    Hi Guys!

    I am obliged to 'biggerdave' for putting my post up as himself and a couple of other guys on here gave me the suggestions through PM's of what might help.

    I would really like to keep my GO910 working as I use it for quite a lot of travel around Europe and just lately Morocco.

    So if anyone is using one of these excellent pieces of kit with a more upto-date NC and can interface with TomTom Home 2 for Mapshare & GPS Position updates then please help!

    Thanks

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    One more thought; how about trying my 2nd attachment from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    I know it's basically for running the truck maps but apart from a message saying something like "this is not a truck map so must be run as a car", it might just fit the bill?
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    Thanks for the suggestion.

    While looking at the results of your 'Link' I saw the following as my unit is a GO910 and having tried x.20 & x.30 before then I saw.....

    9.702 x10.rar (863 Bytes, 69 views)

    So I got the file, but I then got 'stumped'!

    When I 'extracted it I got a '9.702 x10 dlc' file appear and without wishing to sound 'dumb' I haven't got a clue as to what to do with it as I dont have a 'program' that can use it and the Web Search cannot or will not 'assist'.

    So I have to pass it back for the moment....

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    We all have to learn. See [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] (plus a useful section anyway is:- [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    This learning curve is proving to be quite a long one, but I guess 'That's Life' and will not terminate until someone plonks me in my little wooden box!

    Meanwhile.....

    Google Chrome blocked the download of the JDownloader, while Firefox allowed it.

    The JDownloader was installed and the dlc file extracted and then the 323Mb started to come in.

    At the end of it the NC was tried but wasn't successful after installing I think due to the Screen Resolution as there is I think a file that was not included for whatever reason which a number of GO910's use.

    I think, but not entirely sure, that the file name is 'libaec_40' which is the one that has not been included.

 

 

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