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    hi roger1109,

    Not long ago Garmin Mapsource supports, so you will not get new versions.
    No need to create a patcher.

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    The patcher has been created with Visual Basic 6 and seems to require libraries that are not present in the newer versions of Windows7.

    I've created and tested on windows7 x64.
    If it does not work will not have any VB6 library.

    I'm not a programmer and am sorry, no can do better.
    I think, the friends of the forum, have solutions to solve this problem.

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    I have Win 7 pro and the COMDLG32.OCX file was already present in C:\Windows\SysWOW64.
    My file is there since 10 April 2012, I guess it came with this:
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    Ditto for me. My Win7_x64 installation is 3 years old this month. COMDLG32.OCX has been in the SysWOW64 folder since 2nd April 2012. I guess i updated Visual Basic 6 some 8 days before you Caty.
    comdlg32ocx
    Easy answer for this missing file is to update VB it seems.
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    I took a look at the file list for the VB6 runtime updates and they seem to not have comdlg32.ocx included. With the multitude of updates it's virtually impossible for me to determine which program included the OCX file, but I do have it on my computer, created on 7/22/12. Of course, my version of the file is apparently much older, from 2000.
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    It's in the manifest shown in the second link posted by Caty:
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    I have never seen the need to patch BaseCamp or Mapinstall.
    If you use a USB pen drive, with nuvi files inside, Garmin programs think you have a Nuvi Connected and will gladly load maps to it.
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    I think you don't know for what the patch is? (to unlock maps/poi/Cityexplorer with jmkg and save maps on directly on HD without USB/SD-Card)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    It's in the manifest shown in the second link posted by Caty:
    I can't deny it. I missed it! However, according to what I've read on Microsoft's site, that file manifest is for a development environment, not a runtime environment on a PC, despite the name. In other words, you can't simply download and install it on a PC.

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    Actually i'm the mug not you Strephon! Ive just checked again and that second link with the manifest i imaged is not for Win7_64 at all. It's for these earlier products as shown in this list below the files manifest:

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    Article ID: 957924 - Last Review: August 21, 2012 - Revision: 2.0
    Applies to

    Windows Vista Service Pack 1
    Windows Vista Business
    Windows Vista Enterprise
    Windows Vista Home Basic
    Windows Vista Home Premium
    Windows Vista Ultimate
    Windows Server 2008 Datacenter without Hyper-V
    Windows Server 2008 Enterprise without Hyper-V
    Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems
    Windows Server 2008 Standard without Hyper-V
    Windows Server 2008 Datacenter
    Windows Server 2008 Enterprise
    Windows Server 2008 Standard
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1
    Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2
    Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
    Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition


    It's an x86 installer so it will look for for the System32 folder not SysWOW64. Regardless it'll need to see a previous installation of VB6 SP6 because i think it's only an update, and if you don't have the earlier install it will baulk anyway. But if you need any of the files it contains you can dl the msi from here:
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    Extract it with 7zip or similar and then as posted earlier by both dirtbikermp3 & Strephon Alkhalikoi, manually register the required file. To do that, first paste a copy of the required file (e.g. comdlg32.ocx) into SysWOW64. Then open a command line window and run this command:

    regsvr32 c:\Windows\SysWOW64\comdlg32.ocx

    If you have UAC turned on, that command needs to be run as an elevated command prompt.

    I have a vague recollection of doing just that after 'pinching' some files from my XP installation for Win7 earlier this year, and comdlg32.ocx may well have been included. If you want only that file so you can use haute's universal patcher, here's the version modified 16th Feb 2010 from VB60SP6-KB2708437-x86-ENU.msi:

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