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Old 05-12-2015, 06:24 PM   #1
Guy Jinbaiquerre OP
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Question Zumo 660 didn't record a track for the middle section of my ride!

Anybody have this problem? I did a ride, and when I got home I hooked up the Zumo to my PC and checked the tracks in the archives folder.

All the numbered archive gpx files were there, and each one had a couple of tracks in it. But when I looked at the file for one of the days, there was no track for the middle chunk of that day's ride! There was a track for the first third or so, and a track for the last third. But no track for the middle third. It just wasn't there (and it wasn't hiding in any of the other archive files, either).

I checked the points at which the Zumo stopped and started recording track data, and they are in the middle of roads where I had not stopped. Also, I remember clearly that the Zumo was working the whole time I was riding, in that it kept showing my my route on the screen and did not say it had lost a satellite signal.

So it seems to have just stopped and started recording my track while I was moving, for no apparent reason. Kind of annoying. Anybody else have this problem?
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