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  1. Hello Pete, I searched but did not find the zip file on my PC. I use FireFox. I also use Free Download Manager. I recently updated to WIN10 2004 You mentioned it was a very small file so maybe that is why Free Download Manager did not handle it and I got a screen refresh instead. I got the download by: right mouse click on the FSUIPC Makerwys.zip file then I selected Save file as. This brought up a screen to name, save and download the file (screenshot). Thank you for your help.
  2. Hello Pete, Short video to show what I see. https://youtu.be/SPHfpUf7m5M
  3. John, I was in this section: Flight plan converter, FxmlToFLT, FxmlToFlt.zip This utility, written and copyrighted by John Nunez in 2014, converts the new format "FXML" flight files into the older format "FLT" for use by unmaintained programs such as RCV4 (Radar Contact version 4). RCV4 provides restart options from saved flights but can only read the old FLT format. Make Runways utility version 4.91 MakeRwys.zip -- For P3D3, P3D4 and P3D5 , this version uses a Lorbi-SI's AddonOrganizer derivative called "LorbySceneryExport", (included with MakeRunways) to create a scenery.cfg fil it can use even when the scenery add-ons are distributed according to various XML file. Please see the document included in the MakeRunways ZIP! John, I just clicked on the zip you provided and the same thing, the page refreshed? Note : I I go to download this FSUIPC6 zip it works: FOR Prepar3D 4 & 5 (64-bit) Install complete FSUIPC version 6.0.9: Install FSUIPC6 This is the 64-bit version and is valid for Prepar3D version 4 from 4.3, and version 5.
  4. I want to download makerunways 4.91: But when I click on the zip it just refreshes the additional programs page.
  5. Also tried to fix (the OP's problem) in P3D forum: https://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6312&t=137149https://www.prepar3d.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6312&t=137149
  6. I checked the FSUIPC v5.155 keys on my setup (P3Dv4.5HF2) and all ok.
  7. John, I made notes from the forum posts then : "You will also need to remove and re-install FSUIPC. To do this, remove the FSUIPC5 entry at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\FSUIPC5, and manually delete the F:\Modules folder." ** I backed up the entire current F:\P3Dv4\Modules folder (it has VRS TackPack data and my current fsuipc.ini files). ** Also, backed up my current fsuipc.ini file F:\modules folder (out of extra caution). ** Renamed current F:\ modules folder (in case I need it later). ** out of caution I also exported (as you mentioned) the reg key : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4 and also exported the entire registry (a really large file). ** removed (deleted) the FSUIPC5 entry from the registry. "If you then re-run the FSUIPC5 installer, it should hopefully find your P3D installation and install in the correct place, as well as correcting your dll.xml file." Yes, FSUIPC v152 installer worked and installed ok as far as I can tell. I will use / test the new version setting up buttons in the VRS FA18E later today. The FSUIPC install log found my P3D folder : "Looking in registry for Prepar3D v4 install path: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4 Parameter"AppPath" ... >>> OK! FOUND Prepar3D v4! <<< ... AppPath=F:\P3Dv4\" Note: the FSUIPC installer did not have to look for reg entry SetupPath. And it updated my dll.xml as you said it would. Pete and John Thank for you kelp. Much appreciated.
  8. Ok, Thanks for the follow up. I will have a look at it this afternoon.
  9. Ok, Thanks again for the follow up. I first have to find out how to back up the Win10 registry. I will search the internet.
  10. Ok, Thanks for confirming your P3Dv4 registry entry. As for my wrong registry entry I have no idea how it got there ... I have not edited the registry. I went back and seen I had made a typo error when posting in the forum. I should have type SetupPath.
  11. Ok, When you mentioned " Presume 'StuPath' is an error? Anyway, change so that you have SetupPath set to 'F:\P3Dv4\' " I wanted to verify prior to making any changes that that is what FSUIPC was looking for. Thanks again for confirming. Much appreciated.
  12. John, Thanks for the additional information on the registry. Maybe someone with a proper registry for P3Dv4.5HF1 (where their FSUIPC install worked ok) could do a quick check and confirm the suspected bad entry and show what their entry is.
  13. John, Thanks for the follow up. From the information I posted do you happen to know what the problem is with my P3D install and what I could do to correct it?
  14. I found this information on the internet when looking for information on P3D registry data.: http://drzewiecki-design.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=293 Prepar3Dv4: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4 - key name is "SetupPath" I do not have this data entry. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4 - key name is "SetupPath" Mine is StupPath F: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4 - key name is "AppPath" Mine is AppPath F:\P3Dv4\... Are these the registry entries that FSUIPC is looking for? Are they in error on my setup?
  15. Add-on products (aircraft/scenery) that have ask me to point to my p3d install folder have installed ok. All add-ons and scenery that I have installed are working properly, including FSUIPC, except that FSUIPC installs to the F:\ instead of where I pointed FSUIPC to: F:\p3dv4.
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