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Switched over from XP to Vista and I can’t down load caches


fireman121
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Help..... I switched my computer over from Windows XP to Vista and I am having problems down loading caches to my palm or Garmin from GSAK. Ever time I try to export the caches to Cachemate all the options are blank and when I click on the generate icon I get an error message that states You cannot create a file hear, that folder does not exist. Am I missing some thing here?

 

I am using GSAK 6.6.5 and a palm Z22 along with a Gramin Summit HC which all worked find before I changed systems. And I am a premium member to GC.com.

 

Any suggestions?

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Help..... I switched my computer over from Windows XP to Vista and I am having problems down loading caches to my palm or Garmin from GSAK. Ever time I try to export the caches to Cachemate all the options are blank and when I click on the generate icon I get an error message that states You cannot create a file hear, that folder does not exist. Am I missing some thing here?

 

I am using GSAK 6.6.5 and a palm Z22 along with a Gramin Summit HC which all worked find before I changed systems. And I am a premium member to GC.com.

 

Any suggestions?

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In XP your GSAK directory was under the Program or program Files directory I believe.

 

In Vista GSAK should be installed into the GSAK directory and that directory should be a stand alone directory

 

C:\GSAK

 

Try re-installing it as above and you will probably be OK. You should then be able to copy your database files from your old GSAK to the newly installed GSAK.

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