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    Latest Garmin Express

    Installed last night. Crashed on starting up. Removed it and re-installed from https://software.garmin.com/en-GB/express.html, having checked the system requirements (Vista SP2 minimum). Still crashed. If I look here https://www.garmin.com/en-US/software/express I'm given a warning that my operating system (Vista SP2) is not supported. I'm not complaining about Garmin no longer supporting obsolete versions of Windows but it would have been helpful if their guidance was up-to-date. The new version does appear to run under Windows 10. How long until BaseCamp does the same? At least MapSource is unlikely to pull the rug from under me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    Installed last night. Crashed on starting up. Removed it and re-installed from https://software.garmin.com/en-GB/express.html, having checked the system requirements (Vista SP2 minimum). Still crashed. If I look here https://www.garmin.com/en-US/software/express I'm given a warning that my operating system (Vista SP2) is not supported. I'm not complaining about Garmin no longer supporting obsolete versions of Windows but it would have been helpful if their guidance was up-to-date. The new version does appear to run under Windows 10. How long until BaseCamp does the same? At least MapSource is unlikely to pull the rug from under me.
    I've just run in to the same issue. Bloody annoying and crap of Garmin.

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    Fixed. Best excuse for a new Laptop. Persisted with Vista way beyond what is reasonably practical

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