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Memory-Map [Topo mode] - Message "application was not correctly closed last time it was run" during startup

Author: Robert Taylor Reference Number: AA-00372 Views: 4046 Created: 2014-04-30 08:26 Last Updated: 2014-04-30 08:26 0 Rating/ Voters

If you get the message on your navigator saying Memory-Map European Edition. The application was not correctly closed last time it was run, causing possible loss of data. Please tap the red X button before turning off the device you will have to do the following:


Plug your navigator into your computer in Mass Storage Mode. See related articles below for how to connect your Navigator model in the correct mode.

Once connected, your computer should recognise the device and you should have additional removable storage disks available in your “computer” section. If you are using Windows 7 or Vista you will have access to them by selecting "START" on your desktop and then select "COMPUTER". With Windows XP it will be "START" and then "MY COMPUTER".

Your computer will display the Navigator and it’s SD card as a REMOVABLE DISK and will assign a driver letter to it, it may be E,G,F,J,etc.

  1. Find the removable disk containing a folder called HNMM. This is the folder which the Memory-Map program and associated data are stored in.
  2. Browse to the HNMM folder
  3. Browse to the SETTINGS folder and find a file called notclosed.ini
  4. Delete the notclosed.ini file (if it prompts you whether you are sure to delete the file just say YES)
  5. Disconnect the navigator and start up Memory-Map

Memory-Map should start correctly after this.


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