I have migrated to a new Windows 7 machine. All has gone OK for all my OS maps. However I have a set of Maptech Nautical charts (BSB) which I have installed and registered on the new machine. If I try to update my map list with this directory MM just freezes and I have to crash out.
This is caused by a security protocol within the Windows 7 operating system. Basically Windows 7 seems to restrict access to the progam files directory for an application once the application has been installed using a standard Windows Install Sheild.
The easiest way to rectify this is to
1.) Create a folder on the root of your C: drive and name it MARINE CHARTS
2.) Open Memory-Map and press MAP > MAP LIST > REFRESH MAP LIST
3.) Press the button MAP FOLDER and select the MARINE CHARTS folder that was freshly created
Now when you refresh your map list, the marine charts will import correctly.
Also I used to have a non-OS version of MM which would allow me to import/calibrate scanned maps which then became visible in the OS version; how do I now do this please.
This ability is now within the Memory-Map European Edition software which is for use by all users within the European region. To obtain this software version is available be pressing WEB > CHECK FOR UPDATES