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PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 9:42 pm 
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Flush with success with Leoni, we ventured off onto problem two.

I had created a favourite on the Zumo, from coordinates. It was all OK and I could see it on the device. I then tried to upload it to my PC, using the upload button in Mapsource.

A bloody disaster and an error message three hundred miles long in gobbly-gook and a request to send it to Garmin (which I did).

But, panic not, help in the form of the lovely Leoni was at hand.

SOLUTION:

In the lengthy error message, the important bit is the error code itself. This was: XML_DOMERRORHANDLER.CPP

Leoni (who had a great sense of humour) looked this up on her book of errors. Apparently, the Zumo was sending the Favourite to Mapsource on my pc OK. My pc was then trying to create a temp (temporary) file for it, but it couldn't. My temp files were full, so they needed clearing out.

In XP go to START --> RUN and type %temp% into the box and then hit run. This brings up all the temp files. Select them all and delete them.

Now go into the recycle bin and empty that of all the temp files and all the other toot you have accumulated.

Restart the PC.

BINGO! All is good. Mapsouce on the PC can now receive uploads from my Zumo.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 9:58 am 
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Birota automataria levis wrote:
My pc was then trying to create a temp (temporary) file for it, but it couldn't. My temp files were full, so they needed clearing out.

In XP go to START --> RUN and type %temp% into the box and then hit run. This brings up all the temp files. Select them all and delete them.



Richard, to clear my temp files (XP) I usually click start, open control panel and click on Internet Options, in the box that opens find browsing history and here you will see the option to delete your temp files and off line temp files. Delete all and you wont have to re-start your pc.
It might save you 59 seconds of your life. :lol:

Disclaimer: its your machine, you are in control at all times and I cannot be held responsible for any Crash that might occur :wink:

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 8:28 pm 
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I'm no PC wiz.... but these are different temp files.... I think.

Anyway, Leoni sounded very foxy, so I will probably have to call her again to talk about my RAM.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:07 pm 
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Birota automataria levis wrote:
I'm no PC wiz.... but these are different temp files.... I think.

Anyway, Leoni sounded very foxy, so I will probably have to call her again to talk about my RAM.


I hope you discuss the Size of your Ram, better think of some tongue in cheek questions mate :wink:

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