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    Quote Originally Posted by longfellow View Post
    So considering the above mentioned may it be concluded that updating to v4.50 (patched) is advisable, unless you make use of virtual usb-disks?
    Asking the question is almost answering it, but for completeness sake I would say:
    Check the What's New list and if you like it / need it /or just want it, install v450 unless you want to make use of img-files on a virtual usb-disk. To the same token I'm sticking to v447 for the time being.
    Last edited by hirulog2; 6th August 2015 at 19:26.
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    Sorry for OT! But anyone have success with virtual drive with Express?
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    Warning: Some bricked Epix after transferring waypoints and routes from this Bascamp version to the watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volker_I.
    Basecamp 4.5.0 is the offender and turns the epix into a brick! Don't use it. Go back on basecamp 4.4.7 or wait for a basecamp update.

    The easiest way to get epix back to life without a hard reset:

    Force epix in the mass storage mode and delete the files in the NewFiles folder.

    To get in mass storage mode:

    Connect epix to the pc and press the start/stop button for 30 seconds. After 15 seconds a "software loader" message appears on the display, ignore it and keep pressing the button.
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    It seems new Epix and fenix firmware corrected this issue
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    Virtual Disk problem with Basecamp 4.5.0: a lot of people use Imdisk (me to). Since August, 9 there is an update for Imdisk, version 2.0.5
    But for me not the solution (W7). I read in a Dutch forum that BC 4.5.0/W10/Imdisk 2.0.5 could work. Somebody also the same experience?

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    August 9 version [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    it doesn't work for me in Win 7 x64 and yes it seems it works on Win 10 (post n 51)
    PS: there is a bug in Win10. The only drives that BC can see are virtual removable disc drives, but it cannot see physical removable disc drives.
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    Same here: no luck with ImDisk 2.05 & BC 4.5.0 (patched & unpatched) in Win 7 x64 unfortunately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    August 9 version [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    it doesn't work for me in Win 7 x64 and yes it seems it works on Win 10 (post n 51)
    PS: there is a bug in Win10. The only drives that BC can see are virtual removable disc drives, but it cannot see physical removable disc drives.
    Sorry Catymag, i missed that thread. More people with the same problem like me

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    ImDisk 2.0.5 and BaseCamp 4.5.0 doesn't work with Windows 10 Pro x64 for me

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    Here ImDisk 2.0.5 (Compiled Aug 9) works with Windows 10 Pro x64. Read Birdseye, tracklogs.. Identifies but gives error when loading maps.


    **The CNSA 2016.20 unlocked installed on SD physical cause crash in Basecamp, that is automatically closed. Another map recent, official and compiled with MPC, is perfectly read in basecamp from the physical SD.
    Last edited by angelozip; 18th August 2015 at 15:33.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twisterpaul1 View Post
    ImDisk 2.0.5 and BaseCamp 4.5.0 doesn't work with Windows 10 Pro x64 for me
    Same here, also with ImDisk 2.0.6

 

 
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