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Lowrance - No Storage Space

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A question; I was at a friends house last night and I was trying to put a way point into his new Lowrance LMS-522C iGPS. When trying to save the way point, it came back with the error that there was no memory available. I check his available memory and it said he had 75% available.

Anyone had this problem, and if so, what's the fix?

Thanks in advance.

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I have never run across that problem before, but since it's a new unit I'd try a soft reset --- it reboots the software without getting rid of anything in memory. With the unit turned off press and hold the pages button and the power button until the unit powers up.

Also, it seems odd that a new unit would only have 75% of its memory space available? Did he already have a bunch of waypoints in there? Are you sure you were trying to save it to the unit's internal memory and not to the memory card or anything like that?

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Thanks for the reply PerchJerker, I'll give the soft reset a try.

I took the chip out of the slot and tried to save to what I would have thought would be internal memory and that didn't work. I'll check the settings on that also.

Thanks again.

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You could try the update. Version 2.4 is most current. When you boot up, the current version is in the bottom left corner. You need to download the software to a card reader and stick that in there. Maybe that will fix the bug.

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