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    Quote Originally Posted by krok View Post
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    RAM: 256M DDR3
    iGO primo TRUCK 9.8.26.168020 (JAN 2016)
    MAP: One you want
    You got your ROM and RAM mixed up. I serious doubt that any device will have more ROM than RAM. 8GB of ROM is way too much and 256MB of RAM is way too little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by krok View Post
    7-inch
    CPU: 800MHZ
    FM
    ROM: 8GB
    RAM: 256M DDR3
    iGO primo TRUCK 9.8.26.168020 (JAN 2016)
    MAP: One you want
    This info is not complete and could never be completely trusted.

    ROM 8 GB is complete internal storage capacity:
    ROM (system partition - could be up to 4 GB max) + Internal storage (permanent memory for user programs and data - somewhere over 4 GB)
    For maps and other user data stored in device there is usually abot 4.5 GB left (that's important info)

    RAM 256 MB:
    separate memory for program execution (faster and not permanent) probably is 256 MB

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    Definition of ROM (Read Only Memory) is that you can't change it. If maps and "other user data" are store in ROM, it can't be change; therefore worthless for any future uses.
    Definition of RAM (Random Access Memory) can be taken as caching memory, normal memory and sometimes storage memory like SD related. Since 256 MB is way to much for caching (it will be expensive) it could be normal memory or storage memory. But giving the fact that ROM is already used for storing maps, there is no reason why this would be storage memory. So normal memory for program execution is correct.
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    I know very well what ROM and RAM are.
    I agree with that theory, and that's why I said that those specs are NOT COMPLETE and NOT RELIABLE.

    What I wrote is what it is in reality.
    256 MB is REAL RAM
    Windows CE, Mobile, etc.... do have 64, 128, 256 or 512 MB of RAM memory.
    From picture (and from specs) it is obviously Windows device (not Android)

    Rest of 8 GB total (declared in specs as ROM) is in two parts: SYSTEM part (acting as real ROM), and USER part which is used as internal storage (you can name it internal SD if you wish, but is not).
    System part only acts as ROM, because user could not change (write to) it.
    With system update, this first (system) part could be changed, so it is nor real ROM but is acting as one.
    Second part is in Widows devices internally often named as "Internal storage" and real SD is named as "External storage"

    Difference between "RAM" and "Internal storage" (which is also kind of RAM) is that real RAM is temporary memory (content is lost with lost of power) and Internal storage is permanent RAM (like SD card)
    RAM is therefore much faster memory than internal storage and is used for program execution.

    Do not want to go any further, it seams like I went too deep anyway.
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    No argument from me regarding unreliable info from seller. In many cases (especially from China), sellers of item is posting wrong specs (don't know if it's on purposed or lost in translation) You can see this on ebay, Amazon and other chinese sites. They often confused:
    1. ROM with storage (internal or external accessible) And combining them to make it seem larger.
    2. RAM with storage (making buyer thinking they got large memory) Example, Amazon post of android spec for a tablet of having 1GB RAM, but it just has 512MB and 1GB of internal storage.

    P.S. I said "SD related" since "internal" memory are using the same type of NAND chips for storing information as "external" SD
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    Program in post 1 - iGO Primo 2.4 - 9.6.13.267029
    and not - iGO Primo 2.4 - 9.6.13.405512
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    hi! mate, i just wondering i got this message when i go my destination it wouldn't allow me to go that destination...
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    Spoiler: pic2
    20160822 145714


    can you help me? thanks a million...
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    You're missing map data that allow routing to your destination. Get the map and/or get license to use the map. For example, it's like going from Mexico to Canada without having US map.
    Last edited by osiris4isis; 23rd August 2016 at 01:50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    You're missing map data that allow routing to your destination. Get the map and/or get license to use the map. For example, it's like going from Mexico to Canada without having US map.
    thanks mate, i sorted out already i got that message coz first time i opened this navigation software i was in the basement parking area there was no satellite signal and the default maps on it is france and the place that i want to navigate is canada...thanks for your help so it gives me an idea how to sort it out.

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    I've got a problem. Screen show me Fatal error occured in main thread.
    Address: 0x00038264
    Exception: 0xc0000005

    Doesn't Work for me....

 

 
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