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  1. Hi Volker... As discussed off-line, a kind hearted gremlin from above has miraculously fixed my errant machine! (At least for the time being until the bad gremlins catch wind of it...) For the time being I guess you can mark this one solved...! Thanks mate... Rob
  2. Volker, I have uninstalled both FSC and FSUIPC and re-installed them as administrator and for all users. FSX and FSC are installed as located above. I have also checked file naming as per I. Kerber's advice and confirmed that scenery.cfg is actually scenery.cfg FSC starts and re-starts as per normal (i.e. close and re-open) except after a reboot of the system. After a boot/re-boot, FSC cannot find the database... I don't think the issue is actually FSC as it used to work perfectly before. Any idea what could be causing it? One curious new wrinkle is that now FSC won't
  3. Thanks Volker... I was looking for that file... I'll re-install FSC10 + FSUIPC... I'll yell again if it fails...:)
  4. I've just re-installed MS FSX completely from scratch and a new installation for FSC10. One of the reasons I re-installed everything was that whenever I started FSC10, the program has forgotten its database and I have to run the database manager again.With the new install, the same problem exists.I installed FSX to its default location (C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X) and FSC 10 to my D drive (D:\FSC10)It appears that the DB is present in the FSC10 folder, but it's not recognised by FSC...) I have excluded FSC and FSX folders from my virus scans. (false pos
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