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Log in or Join. SD cards are pretty robust and I’m not sure how your father-in-law thinks he might damage it. Not sure who supports mapping for Alaska, but I suspect they will be the same company that supports your needs in Canada. Is it a setting? He does a lot of slogging through the bush and water.
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FinJan 24, Mon Jul 12, 4: No, but I wanna be. Hey Folks I’m a Garmin user so forgive me if this is freeeommaps dumb question. Another option is to purchase Lowrance’s MapCreate 6. Does Lowrance have some kind of copy protection in use? Not sure who supports mapping for Alaska, but I suspect they will be the same company that supports your needs in Canada.
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You can email Lowrance customer service and ask them. JimCJan 24, My Eagle c died and was a “bit” out of warranty, which is frustrating since I am in Alaska and have freedimmaps really short fishing season. Log in or Join. Jul 7, Oddometer: As much as I would love to stick with Navionics, I am afraid I am going to have to switch to some other vendor.
You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum. He does a lot of slogging through the bush and water.
Since he’s a bit of a luddite I took the task on thinking it would be a straight foreward copy from one card to another. Old unit probably had less than 20 hours on it and died.
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SD cards are pretty robust and I’m not sure how your father-in-law thinks he might damage it. I understand the frustration of not having at least some level of accuracy in our maps, especially when those in the lower can get the latest update of the newest Starbucks every 72 hours.
There may be some “freeware” out there on the net that will let you get around that but you’ll have to do some searching. I’m a bit frustrated with Navico Lowrance, Eagle, etc right now. My unit works great with the sonar and GPS combo, but I find myself relying on my old tracks to navigate to my favorite fishing spots.
With my limited knowledge of Lowrance I figured something like this applied.
Looks like the best way to backup the data is to save it to the drive and reload it if lowrnce becomes corrupted. I am going to update unit tonight also. This card did work on my Lowrance C. My father in-law has a Freedom map to accompany his Lowrance iFinder H2O and wanted to copy the sd card to back it up in case he ruins it.
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Map data is inaccurate at best, and much of the information northeast of my town of Bethel, Alaska on the Kuskokwim River is either “off”, or completely lowranec. Is it a setting?
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Anyone ever run into this? However, very similar problem to yours. Unfortunately, my old Freedom Maps which aren’t compatible with the new unit were at least 50 percent more accurate than my current Navionics maps, which are percent inaccurate.
I’ve found them to be quite helpful over the years.
GPS is responding good and moves me around etc.