That is easily fixed! If you are running Windows, try this:
Open the command window (DOS window) as administrator, and type the following 2 lines, with an Enter after each line:
"C:\Program Files\Google\Google Earth Pro\client\googleearth.exe" /RegServer
PADG it won't work for me unless I'm not doing it right.
C:\>Program Files\Google\Google Earth Pro\client\googleearth.exe" /RegServer
'Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
It is of utmost important that you open the command window as administrator
, and make sure that you run both lines of the commands. The first one will place you at the root directory of your boot drive. The error message that you had gotten tells me that you had failed to do so!
Let me lead you through the steps.
1. To open up the command window as administrator.
a. Scroll down your list of programs to near the very end and click on - Windows System.
b. Scroll down and right-click
on - Command Prompt
c. Select More, and then click on - Run As Administrator.
2. Inside the command window.
a. Type - CD C:\<ENTER> (NOTE: <ENTER> means press the ENTER key)
b. Type - "C:\Program Files\Google\Google Earth Pro\client\googleearth.exe" /RegServer<ENTER>
c. That last command should be accepted without any messages.
You may have to reboot your computer for this to work. If it still doesn't work, it might be because you are running Earth rather than Earth Pro, in which case you will need to make modification to the second command ( line b.) to reflect the correct location of the program googleearth.exe.
Hope that work for you this time!
BTW, this "fix" will not work with the latest Basecamp! I had tried. It only works with the older revision.