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Wade Joseph

Backing up Navionics card

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Does anyone know a way to back up or save the info from a navionics card to computer? Can I make copies of it? (I am terrible at losing small items.)

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You could try and back it up but when it bombs you are SOL Navionics will not replace your card.

You could attempt to make copies for yourself but if you were successful it would be illegal of course.

Not that you would be successful in making copies because the Encryption makes it not possible to do anyway.

You'll here some rants from others.... grin.gif

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Navionics card are imposible to copy/backup at this point for the average consumer but nornmal use createss no loss of data. htb

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My understanding is the chips mate themselves to the serial number of the chip. So you can save it to the computer but it won't work in other chips. If you somehow ease your chip it came on you should be able reload it on that chip.

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