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Charts won't load on raymarine e80 chart plotter

Hi, I've been having the problem that the charts on my raymarine e80 are not loading onto it. Apart from this the system seems to be working fine with radar and AIS working normally. The charts loaded up fine 4 weeks ago, but as I've been moving along the coast and changing the cards for different areas they have stopped recognising them. Any help would be very much appreciated.

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