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I have the Lake Master CD and have been trying to down load waypoints o my Gamin Map 12 and it keeps locking up my computer. I move the waypoints to the transfer then select them and hit export waypoints and my computer comes up with a message say that it’s attempting to open a connection with the GPS and that’s were it stalls I have used this before to transfer waypoints and had the same problem but after I reset my computer once or twice it transfers the waypoints. Does anyone now what I am doing wrong.

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Are you running Microsoft on your computer? If you are, what version of it are you running? ScottS

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A while back I heard of some general ugliness of running LakeMaster on Windows ME.

I run it on Win 98 with absolutely no problems, using a garmin GPS 12.

Does anyone have any recommendations for graphics cards with Lakemaster?? Mine is sloooooowwwww especially when viewing a large portion of Mille Lacs.

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Hey LundExplorer, it may not be your graphics card that is slowing you down but rather your ram. How much ram do you have?
By the way I have lakemaster on my system with ME and have had no problems as of yet.

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I had problems on 2000 also. I switched to XP and not a problem. It even loads faster for some reason. I have a feeling your problem is related to ME. You should call the people at Lakemaster, they have been very helpful.ScottS

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