Support Thread for the TND 500, TND 700 or future Rand McNally products. (part two)

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  1. Mark Kling

    Mark Kling Technology Contributor

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    So I would suspect you just ran internal memory out. Each time you open a screen or do anything like look at the history file it loads into memory.

    Just reboot it about every 3-4 days and you should be fine.

    You are in Concord so you are about 25-30 miles from me. I normally go to the Concord Mills Mall about once a month on the back route from Troutman.

    Thanks,
    Mark
     
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    I pass through Troutman regularly. Used to be a good seafood joint there called Fat Boys that I'd eat at from time to time, but that's been a ways back.
     
  4. Mark Kling

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    Anybody else?

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    I have a question
    I have a rm 720 and the power plug in the rm 720 is going bad (not the cord). how do I move the address book from it to my other rm 720.
    thx
     
  6. Mark Kling

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    You can hook to the computer and look for the Navi/User and the RM/User folders. Copy them to your other 720. On your "newer" 720 just delete the Navi/User and the RM/User and then paste the "older" folders over.

    Address book is in the Navi/User folder.

    If you have any issues let me know.

    Thanks,
    Mark
     
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    thanks...
    I had 2 710's so when they offered the deal to upgrade to the 720 I got 2 of them....
    have been using only the 1st 720 but the plug is going bad so I need to move the address from it to the other NEW 720

    BTW why size micro sd card to I need for the map upgrade or can I just take the micro sd from 1 to the other...?
     
  8. Mark Kling

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    You can move it to the other one, but you will have to Dock it and update.

    Your best bet would also be if you move the SD Card, then Delete the "newer" 720 Navi/Bin and Navi/Layouts and then copy both those folders from the "older" 720.

    What kind of SD Card do you have? 8gb/16gb class 4-10 is fine if the speed has a "C" around it.

    Thanks,
    Mark
     
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    If you updated your Tablet and you track your miles, do you see 2016/2017 Miles or just 2017 miles?

    Even if you don not track your miles, do you see any of 2016 mileage?

    Thanks,
    Mark
     
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    I have a 700 and am trying to download the dock to a new windows 10 laptop. When asked to connect device to computer nothing happens. The 700 is powered up by the connection cord but that's it. I need to download mileages and update gps.

    Bud
     
  11. Mark Kling

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    Did you turn off your Antivirus program if you have one?

    What model of TND - off the back.

    Thanks,
    Mark
     
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