I am currently travelling on a 6 week driving holiday (from Perth on west coast of Australia to Brisbane on east coast = 4800km one way) with a Win 10 netbook and a Win 8 32 bit tablet.
One week into the trip the screen on the netbook has died. This is my main navigation PC with:
* Oziexplorer and Natmaps (all of Straya at 1:250k) plus some state maps (at 1:100k and even some at 1:25k) for finding green areas for free camping spots
* nRoute for routing.
I am not completely without satnav support:
* Navman PND
* Garmin Nuvi 40 PND (I use this primarily for the digital speedo that combined with cruise control keeps me legal)
* a 5" screen Android phone
* iPad 1 with Navfree, Maps.me and Galileo (pretty but useless)
I would like to get nRoute, so I can do click and drag multi-point routes, working on the tablet.
The tablet only has a 16GB SSD and currently only 2GB is free. It also has a 64GB SD card.
I have the following software, that I know works, on an external HD so I don't have to download anything using expensive mobile data:
I will install the software onto the SD card but I suspect some files may be installed on the SSD.
Because my storage is so limited can I:
* trick nRoute to install / run by creating whatever files or Registry entries nRoute looks for and if so, what are they?
* install 1 and 2 and then uninstall 1 and install 3?
I understand from other posts that you can install just Basecamp and then nRoute. Is this so?
Of course another option is go and buy a new or secondhand PC with enough storage but since I have an identical netbook (a handmedown from a friend who was leaving the country) at home ready for future use I'd prefer not to do this.