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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Maybe you should be looking at your video card capability as the possible culprit.
    Worked with Windows 8.1, works now with Google Earth in both OpenGL/Direct X. Doesn't work even when installing from the file downloaded from Garmin. It's a common dual Intel HD graphics 3000/AMD Radeon HD 7400M. Probably a problem with the current stock Microsoft drivers and the 'library'? used by Garmin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raioxis View Post
    Worked with Windows 8.1, works now with Google Earth in both OpenGL/Direct X. Doesn't work even when installing from the file downloaded from Garmin. It's a common dual Intel HD graphics 3000/AMD Radeon HD 7400M. Probably a problem with the current stock Microsoft drivers and the 'library'? used by Garmin.
    I had the same problem with 10 and my Nvidia driver, I solved it this way: Uninstalled Nvidia drivers, cleaned everything about Nvidia with Revo uninstaller, downloaded drivers from Nvidia, installed it again in airplane mode (important to be offline installing).
    All working fine now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    I had the same problem with 10 and my Nvidia driver, I solved it this way: Uninstalled Nvidia drivers, cleaned everything about Nvidia with Revo uninstaller, downloaded drivers from Nvidia, installed it again in airplane mode (important to be offline installing).
    All working fine now.
    SOLVED - Going to the Radeon Control Panel - Configure Switchable graphics and manually added the BaseCamp application to the High Performance settings apps list!

 

 
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