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Topic # 5538 6-Nov-2005 10:03
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I recently purchased tomtom 3 with the bluetooth receiver. I have alot of programs installed on the ipaq and the memroy for bot program and storage was around 10mB, after installation. Initailly, it ran okay however, it became progressively worse where I found myself soft reseting the ipaq in order to run tomtom. Eventually, this did not work and although the ipaq was attempting to run the software when selected, it always took me back o the today screen. I removed the software, thinking a re-installation would cure this problem, but it hasn't.

Has anyone else encountered this problem? Any thoughts as to why this could be occurring?

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Andy

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Reply # 22702 6-Nov-2005 10:07
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You should perhaps remove all your programs and install all of them again, on an external SD card. Your Pocket PC should have the most free memory as possible...





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  Reply # 22704 6-Nov-2005 11:08
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On the main windows today screen, when it attempts to load tomtom 3, the top bar changes from 'start' to 'frame', then back to start. Any ideas why this should occur?

Andy

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