Go 910 not being seen by the home software. — TomTom Community

Go 910 not being seen by the home software.

RangerNeilRangerNeil Posts: 13 [Legendary Explorer]
Trying to connect my Go910 to the PC to update the maps and the HOM software is not recognizing the device. although the USB status of the PC says a TomTom Go910 is connected in device manager.

I am connecting via the dock unit into a USB port on the rear of the PC.

Can anyone please suggest a solution to this? (Replacing the device is not financially possible.)

This is the system status from the Home - Help screen:
Profile folder = C:\Users\Neil\AppData\Roaming\TomTom\HOME\Profiles\g2v1dswu.default
Installation folder = C:\Program Files (x86)\TomTom HOME 2
Plugins folder = C:\Program Files (x86)\TomTom HOME 2\xul\plugins
Data folder = C:\Users\Neil\Documents\TomTom\HOME
Version = 2.11.2.100
Language = en-GB
User name = Anonymous
Login status = User is not logged in
Server = https://home.tomtom.com/redir/
Connection settings = Direct connection to the Internet (default)
Installed add-ons = Map status indicator 1.7.1, TomTom HOME default theme 1.0.2, Emulator 7.903.9183.1
Name =
Device Code =
Serial number =
Capabilities =
Storage devices =
Installed Items =
Error incident IDs = 115513865, 115514316, 115514603, 115515104, 139476447
* Computer info:

Operating system: Windows NT 6.1 (build 7601, Service Pack 1)
Free memory: -128278528 bytes
User home directory: "C:\Users\Neil\Documents\"
Home volume space: 245127 / 715401 MB
Temporary directory: "C:\Users\Neil\AppData\Local\Temp\"
Temp volume space: 245127 / 715401 MB
Install directory: "C:\Program Files (x86)\TomTom HOME 2\xulrunner\"
Install volume space: 245127 / 715401 MB
External volume devices
OS login name: "USER ID"
Host name: "Athlon-64bit"
Date and time: 2018-05-29 14:29:26

* HOME info:

DLL Version: 2.11.2.100
MapShare DLL Version: 2.11.2.100
Language: en-GB

* Connected device: none

* Connection Status:
Test1: Request Code of http://home.tomtom.com/media/suppliers/check.png: 200, (Success)
Test2: Request Code of https://home.tomtom.com/media/suppliers/check.png: 200, (Success)
Test3: Request Code of http://download.tomtom.com/sweet/application/releases/check.png: 200, (Success)
Test4: Request Code of http://download.tomtom.com/sweet/application/releases/check.zip: 200, (Success)
Test5: Request Status of http://download.tomtom.com/sweet/application/releases/check.zip for Byte Range: 206, (Success)

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  • dhndhn Posts: 33,326
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  • RangerNeilRangerNeil Posts: 13 [Legendary Explorer]
    Sadly not. I've tried the recommendations there but no joy :(
  • RangerNeilRangerNeil Posts: 13 [Legendary Explorer]
    Tried the pin reset too as well as downloading the "home images" folder and copying it into the Home 2 folder - no joy. TomTom Home 2 will not recognize the fact my GO910 is connected even though the PC does.
  • RangerNeilRangerNeil Posts: 13 [Legendary Explorer]
    No other solutions available to this one? Right now I cannot update the maps on my TomTom which means, amongst other things, there are certain stretches of road (i.e. the A11) where its now dual carriage ways and 70mph but TomTom says its still a single carriageway with a 50 limit so I have the overspeed alert constantly going off....... :disappointed:
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