Latest Firmware corrupted audio file

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    RADIONUT

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    Hi I am very disappointed with my TomTom One XL. This unit has done every thing I wanted and I have been singing its praises amongst my friends and work customers, but today I am very disappointed.

    I loged into the TomTom home version 2.1 and it asked me to update my software, version 7.161, this I did and it seemed to have corrupted my John Cleese audio file. I have removed the audio file and reinstalled the firmware and then reinstalled the audio file again.
    but I still have the problem.

    The corruption stops the GPS from telling me how many meters an intersection is away from me. In other words if it would have said turn in 200 meters it now says turn in 200 with out the word meters after it.

    Other audio files still announce the amount in meters. This is only affecting the John Cleese file.

    Unfortunately I did not have the previous firmware backed up because I did not think TomTom would release software with bugs in it.

    I would assume that I am not the only one in the world with this problem, this being the case when will you have a patch to solve this problem.

    When I look in the TomTom files I can see that I have 3 backups,

    Backup01 Backup02 and Backup03 I assume that backup02 would take me back to before this upgrade to a point when I was happy with the GPS, but I can?t seem to reinstall the backup.

    Kind regards from Radionut
     
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    RADIONUT, Dec 29, 2007
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    Pedro2NR

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    Hello and welcome.
    Manally go to your backup folders and select the backup you would like. I usually name my backup folders to the date I made the backup.
    1st delete all you contents from your TT.
    Then copy all the files in your chosen backup and paste them to your TomTom using windows explorer. Once it is copied. Remove the device from your computer and turn on your TT.
     
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