.qct files

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Toplap
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.qct files

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Hello . Does anybody know how I can open and view .qct files? I found some files that I have probably had for at least five years in a folder called Memory Maps and I cannot find a program to open them. This is more out of curiosity than necessity. It would also have to be a free program. Thank you.

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Re: .qct files

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Yes looks familiar...have read that before along with lots of other too complicated possible reasons....thanks anyway.

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Re: .qct files

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The folder where the files are stored suggests your QCT files are for Memory Maps Navigator - it is a GPS mapping program for topographic maps, nautical charts, etc. A friend from a past life used it for nautical charts. I think there are versions available for Android and iPhone.

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Re: .qct files

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Yes that sounds right...cheers.

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