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    Default Run Garmin Express with virtual Nuvi drive (Win 7)

    Garmin express works fine with diskpart virtual drive....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pietu View Post
    Garmin express works fine with diskpart virtual drive....

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    Works fine thanks pietu!
    detailed instructions here:
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    Create in the new drive a Garmin directory with inside your garmindevice.xml
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    WIN7 and later?! Ha-ha-ha! All is inclusive and embedded for your money!!!
    WINXP is rule. Arsenal Image Mounter make his business well even on undocumented x86... Thank to author of imdisk for his link and attention to user! FreeSoft is forever...
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    I just hacked your Win XP G, and now my Trojan Horse is happily eating all your carrots!

    Get with the hip crowd, Win 10 beats XP to a pulp and then flushes it. Read here: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. I just updated it because of this thread, but i know you'll find something to criticize.
    'Thanking Posts' are banned. To thank someone, and/or to see hidden links and content, use the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] button below left of the helpful post then refresh your browser [F5 key]. 'Thanking Posts' are banned.
    Please don't spam. Posts serving no purpose other than to thank or to ask about hidden links are trashed or deleted, it's GPSPower's policy. Please don't spam.
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    I have a sufficient quantity of drops of nicotine to kill any horse. It is my problem too. But I do not have problem with Express under XP with Arsenal Image Mounter:

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    This program catches ImDisk img file and makes it truly mounted. There are the much many utilities for x64 but no one work with x32(x86). SD or pendrive is not good decision due to low speed. But Olof Lagerkvist gave me opportunity to update the full Europe map with all addons less than one hour.
    Love your wife? Buy yourself a GPS for answering to her favorite question: "Dear, where are you?".

 

 

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