wanted to check if anyone has seen a similar problem before: I have tried out a few versions of TomTom and they all freeze right on the splash screen (i.e. the splash screen stays there and nothing happens, need to reset).
The device I am trying this on is a Roadstar 400P, which runs Windows CE 5.0 on a 320x240 screen. It is an old device, I know, I just wanted to see if it's capable of running anything more modern than its original sw.
In terms of how I launch the application, it works like this: the device on its own is configured to launch "\Storage Card\MobileNavigator\MobileNavigator.exe" on startup. I prepared a new SD card on which that executable points to a desktop with a couple of icons, one of which lets me launch TomTom.
Tried both 7.450 and 7.910, same result: they freeze on the splash screen, they do NOT even get to the "memory error" part which a lot of people seem to be describing. Interesting to note however that they DO generate a .bif file.
This might be a "stupid" question so apologies if that's the case. Many thanks in advance!
You could try downloading the tomnav folder as provided by NRT on this forum as it has allowed me to get TT Navigator
working on a couple of Navmans. If you put the folder on your storage card along with the latest map that is suitable for
PDA's there is a chance that it might work as there are various files in the folder that seem to make it work in a lot of
circumstances. Both of the devices that I got working had WinCE 5.0 on them.
The tomnav folder is at MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service
I have 875.3675 map on the two devices which is the correct one for a PDA
Hope this helps one way or another
kazzauk and imiigais I only told you where to find the tomnav folder I am not the creator of it, that is down to NRT, but
kazzauk are you using it on a widescreen sat nav as the two Navmans that I put it on were widescreen ones. Imiigais from
what I have found out, your sat nav is widescreen too but you do realise that you will not have text to speech or
TMC or lane assist and bluetooth available when you load Tomtom Navigator as it does not support those services. But if you want the easy upgrading of your maps to the very latest then this is the price you have to pay. Mg1 I am not too sure if
this TT Navigator will run on your device as it is not widescreen but it is worth a try. If you live in the UK then you can
download the latest postcode database and put that on to your device, also I have put various genuine voices on to them
By the way this TT Navigator is version 7.910
Last edited by pal2000; 6th September 2011 at 13:41.