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    Default Can't open standalone/not installed maps in windows 7

    I'm trying to install downloaded maps where you import a registry file as opposed to the ones that come with their own installer, but they don't show up in mapsource at all - on my 32 bit xp machine they come up and unlock just fine. My windows 7 machine is 64 bit and I've tried on another windows 7 64 bit machine. I think I read that this does happen with 64 bit systems?

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    I have gmap folders installed in my 7 x64 at:
    C:\ProgramData\Garmin\Maps
    All working fine
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    The key in the registry of a 64b Windows is "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Garmin\Mapsource ..." it means, that the difference between 32b and 64b is the part "Wow6432Node\".

 

 

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