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  1. Please post questions in relation to FSUIPC always in Main Forum. The Sub Forum Download Links is not be watched for questions! Hello I have been running FSX, PFC, GoFlight ete, for quite some time on Windows 10 without a problem. But the other day upon starting FSX, a Microsoft message popped up saying not recommended to run FSUIPC 4.97 To options boxes, run or don’t run. Select run , FSX is closed down immediately from the first screen, Select don’t run , FSX starts up, but eliminate FSUIPC, so no hardware runs, nothing showing up IN FSX add on menu Windows 10 has once again taken control of my computer, now I can’t fly. How do I get control back, from this dreadful OS which is always giving control Bach it Microsoft I need help , this must have happened to other FSUIPC paid version and W10. OSs. Regards Alan
  2. Hello. I am new to the forum, thought I had posted this before, but may not have gone through. Two installs W10 and W7, using PFC Console ans Avionics Stack, the PFC driver keeps going off line in both systems. FSUIPC is version 4.9 with the PFC driver included in the package. The only way I detect the off line is when the transponder stops flashing. Then I use the FSUIPC hot key the bring it back on line, this works most of the time, but on occasions it does not. i then just open the FSUIPC dialogue box, close it and its back on line. Has anyone any ideas of the cause or fix for this , Alan
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