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floating point error Chartview

I recently downloaded some new charts (BSB and NOAA) for use on Chartview. Upon opening some charts (13270 and 13272) among others, I get a fatal "floating point error". Nobeltec who bought Chartview can fix the problem with a $300 upgrade. Does anyone have a workaround?
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13270 Boston Harbor displays on the free MapTech viewer. I got it from the Maptech website. Unfortunately the free viewer doesn't plot from a GPS but it does lots of other things.

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13270 and 13272 open just fine in Maptech's Offshore Navigator. Nobeltec's $300 fix offer sounds like a scam to me.
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I have SeaClear which also works. Nobeltecs offer is to upgrade to Visual Mariner.
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