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Your computer must have complete access to the Internet.
Therefore, you may need to modify firewall and router settings to allow this access.
Worse, the company seems not to care about known problems.
For all of you Tom Tom owners feeling lost out there, come along. Back in 2010, I tried to update my then two-year-old Tom Tom 920.
I was ready to purchase new maps, but as it turned out, there was no way to get them into the device. It wouldn't connect with a Windows XP computer I tried.
I tried everything, sporadically, over the course of several months. It wouldn't connect if I reinstalled any type of software or followed any type of procedure that Tom Tom suggested. Its help pages still thought there were no versions of Windows out past Vista.
An updated map downloads to your computer in a compressed format.
Because of the increased size of the new map, you may find that your Tom Tom device does not contain the necessary free space to install the map.
To delete the map, close the Tom Tom software and click "Start," "Computer" and "Documents." Click "Tom Tom," "Home," Download" and "Temp." Delete all files from the Temp folder, then open the Tom Tom HOME software and download the map again.
Occasionally, something may interrupt the installation of the map update after the download completes.
Temporarily turning off the blocker may allow the Tom Tom software the necessary access to download the updated map.
To turn off the popup blocker on Internet Explorer, click "Tools," Pop-Up Blocker" and "Turn Off Pop-Up Blocker." Do not forget to turn the blocker on once you complete the download.