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    Default Tomtom start 20

    Is there anyway to access my tomtom start 20? without mytomtom?
    it is not visible anymore at "computer" as a disk

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    As far as I could understand, Tomtom had (or decided) to change the file system in the latest devices, as with the FAT/FAT32 they were infringing Microsoft claims.

    So, at low level, the drive should be Linux based (ext2/ext3/ext4).

    I would suggest to try with this:

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    and check if the driver gets visible.

    Another try: Choose Start–>Control Panel to open Control Panel. Click Computer Management to open the Computer Management window.
    In the Computer Management pane, expand Storage, and then click Disk Management.
    Check if the driver is visible from here (maybe as a hidden one).

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    Short answer No that is not possible. You can use MyTomtom and put some poi on it.

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    Please check [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] to get all about these devices and problems in one place instead of having 20 different threads.

 

 

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