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FS Commander DB Manager Unable to execute (solved by user)

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Hi.

I am in the process of rebuilding my system.

SetUp

1 - P3D v3
2 - FSPUIC V4
3 - Not on an Internal Netword
4 -  FSC Ver 9.6 Rev 7 Build 20 May 2016
5 - No Airac
6 - Bought on SimMarket in 2011 Order No 791874
7 - Windows 10 / 64
8 - 3 Monitors.

P3D is installed in C:\Prepar3D v3 
and FSC is installed in C:\FSC96

I can not find the proper directory to enable the "Update Airports from Prepar3D"  Button.

Please advise.

Thanks.

S.L.

FSCDBM2.jpg

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Hi S.L.

Prepar3D is not installed correctly on your computer.
Compare your screenshot with my attached screenshot.

The FlightSim Commander Database Manager expects the complete path which is given by Prepar3D.
For example: C:\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3
First of all solve this problem.

If Prepar3D was again installed as an administrator and as shown in the screenshot then
The FlightSim Commander Database Manager also detects the C:\Lockheed Martin \ Prepar3D v3.

Regards,

Volker

FSC_9.6.x_001.jpg

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Hi Volker.

I did intentionally installed P3D in the P3D directory instead of the default place. After reading on the internet that it was better to not install it at the default location, because it was causing a lot of problem. I am sure you have seen these comments published in all sort of forums on the net. 

Are you suggesting that I would have to Uninstalle everything and re-install at default location?

PS:

I noticed that the Scenerey Library Path on the right pan on your picture is not pointing at the same place that 
my picture was pointing to. I checked if c:\ProgramData\LockheedMartin\P3D v3 existed on my setup and it does. 

So I pointed the pane on the right to that location with FSCDBManager and it worked!!!.

So I guess the problem is solved.

Thanks. 

 

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