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What ho guys,
thought I'd join to look for a solution to my Rider 2 going tits up over the last few days but it looks like everyone and his brother has a similar problem. Ah well, I guess it'll generate a lot of new sales for TomTom stockists.
 
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Welcome to TomTomForums.

Suggestion to all in general: explain your problem in a bit more detail.

Maybe another reader with a Rider 2 or other device has found a work around.
 
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OK, a few days ago my Rider 2 stopped seeing the satellites and didn't know where it was. I must have had the machine about 10 years or thereabouts but haven't updated it for the last 8 or so. I tried loading the original disk that came with the sat nav but it didn't load correctly, consequently I downloaded the on line version and tried updating. Sadly the website says it no longer supports the K2 version of Rider 2. Subsequent attempts at using it have made the machine work sporadically on the bike but with no reliability at all. Additionally it won't work at all on the 'in car' mount. What a pain. An expensive one too.
 

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