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It is stating that the memory is full when it is not.. I go to each folder and nothing is there

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I had my Pockettrax CX saying "Memory Full" although I'd deleted everything. What helped finally: I formatted the SD. Now I've got all the memory back. Don't know if that would help the recording speed. but maybe. IMPORTANT: SAVE ANY FILES on your LAPTOP before formatting the SD.Here's how to format the SD:Go to Menu.Click on "Common Menu"Scroll down until you get to "Format"Press "Yes""Formatting SD" comes up and, VoilaYou've got more space.

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This link explains how to reformat.
http://faq.yamaha.com/us/en/article/music-production/recorders/pocketrak_2g/4497/6061/

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I was trying to update my map on my nuvi 1350 and it said the internal memory was full. i tried to clear up some space and i ended up deleting some folders. I did back it all up, but now it won't let me...


The only files you should delete are unused voice files (.vpm), pictures files (.jpg), sum files (.sum) and you can delete the gupdate.gcd file as it is not used once the unit has been updated. You can also delete archived gpx files (.gpx) within the gpx archive folder but do not delete the current.gpx file (this file holds your favorites) or the gpx folder. Deleting folders is not recommended. That is a good way to delete files that you may need.

You can also right click on the Nuvi's drive letter and select "tools" and run an error check on the flash drive to make sure there aren't any errors on it that may involve how much space is really free.

Lastly, you may have to limit the map region, so that the map isn't too large. For example, instead of having US & Canada on the map, perhaps only have the US with the lower 49 states. You can limit it even further by selecting lower 49 states and selecting regions like Southwest (SW) or northwest (NW) etc.

f you really want to bypass the whole memory issue, just put the map on an external micro 4GB SD card. This way, you don't have to worry about deleting anything off of the flash drive.

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I accidently deleted the fuji folder thats inside the dcmi folder on my external memory and now i cant get the external memory to work or even a new memory card. Help


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Says drive is full with nothing on it.


the driver may need to reinstalled, usually when it said disk space is full is because it is reading it, but the driver is not workng properly or

If you're able to see the drive under your my computers, you should be able to right-click it and click format. That should clear up all the space on the drive, even though there is nothing on there.

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MEMORY SAYS FULL


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You can plug the Nuvi to your PC and explore the Garmin folder and get rid of the Help folder, which will not hinder the operation of the unit but will disable the HELP button when you power up the unit, and you can also remove all the languages you don't use from the Speech and Text folders.

Also when you add a 1GB SD card to the Nuvi, it doesn't add the extra storage to the actual unit. It just allows you to add more maps or pictures to it, but you cannot update the main file in the Solid State Drive by just adding more memory. The main files' name is GMAPPROM.IMG by the way and it's the biggest one at around 900 some MB's. You can just follow my instructions above and you'll be fine, if by any chance you bought another map you could load it up on the 1GB SD card. Except for ALL of Europe because that's 1.4GB if you load up all of it, so I would choose only the countries I know I'd visit.

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