1. Click on Start Menu -> Run.
2. Type "regedit".
3. Now you should see a number of branches starting with "HKEY_". Expand the "HKEY_CURRENT_USER" branch by clicking the plus sign next to it.
4. Next, in the same way, expand "Software" then find "Google" and finally "Google Earth Plus". The tree should now look like this:
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Google Earth Plus
If either the "Google" branch or the "Google Earth Plus" branch is missing, GpsGate won't be able to find the installation. So this is step one in identifying the problem.
5. Assuming that all branches above exist, clicking "Google Earth Plus" should cause a bunch of values to be displayed in the right part of the window. In this window we're looking for "InstallDir" and "DefaultKMLPath". GpsGate needs these values to be able to find the installation, so this is step two in identifying the problem.
If everything exists as outlined above, something else is causing GpsGate to not find the installation. In that case, I'll send you a debug version of the Google Earth PlugIn.
If some of the branches does not exist and you do not feel comfortable creating them on your own, let me now and I'll try to come up with some way to fix this without manual intervention.