The latest version of the Catalogue, which includes up to date product information and a comprehensive User Guide can be downloaded here - file size approximately 60 Mb.
RECOMMENDED HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
To ensure trouble-free functioning, the following minimum requirements should be met:
- Windows XP (Service Pack 3 recommended), Windows 7 (32 bit/64 bit), Windows 8
- Screen resolution 1024 by 768 pixels
- Processor 2 GHz
- 512 MB memory
- 200 MB free disk space for the installation
- Internet access for updating
FROM DOWNLOADED ZIP FILE – Navigate to the file location and double click the ‘setup.exe’ file in the zip folder. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen. The download also contains the latest catalogue held in the ‘catalogue’ folder. To update, run the Admiralty Digital Catalogue and select File – Catalogue – Load Catalogue From Disk and navigate to the ACCatalogs.zip file in the catalogue folder.
Any previously installed version of the Admiralty Digital Catalogue must be closed and removed prior to the installation of the new version. To remove the program select Start – Settings – Control Panel – Add/Remove Programs and locate the Admiralty Digital Catalogue to uninstall.
DOWNLOAD CATALOGUE UPDATES ONLY
This update file is designed for the 1.8.1 version of the Admiralty Digital Catalogue and will not work with older versions of the Catalogue. Please ensure that you have installed the new version of the Catalogue before using this file. The version number of the installed Catalogue is shown in File – About Admiralty Digital Catalogue within the Catalogue.
For instructions on how to update the latest catalogue files click here first.
Catalogue Updates are also available on the AVCS and ECDIS Weekly Update CDs within the INFO folder.
Users can update directly from the Update CD. To do so, run the Admiralty Digital Catalogue and select File – Catalogue – Load Catalogue From Disk and navigate to the ACCatalogs.zip file in the folder D:\INFO\ADC\ on the Update CD. On completion, the ‘Catalogues successfully loaded’ window will appear.