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  1. Hi Volker, correct. I'm using the freeware. It does not differentiate in the manual... Peter Jackson
  2. Jean-Jacques, crystal clear, thank you. Volker, thanks for your reply. 1. I will have to look into the IVAP Config. 2. I do not have a "Technical" card in/on my FSUIPC as mentioned in the manual. I have only "About and Register" and "Logging". Thanks and Regards Peter Jackson
  3. Jean-Jacques, many thanks for the info. I read thru the forum you suggested and i think I'll leave DEP alone. I have FSC running now after turning UAC off. I did reinstall into a seperate location [not into FS]. Not sure if you can answer this question but I'll ask; is there a way to have the IVAO/VATSIM traffic moving in real time like they do in FSNav? At the moment they are static until an update. Also, If my aircraft is positioned at Heathrow I can only centre the view on Heathrow? If I try to look at [for instance] Stansted by 'rubber banding' the view goes directly back to Heathrow? Thanks again. :D Peter Jackson
  4. g-bobb, what is DEP and how do you turn it off? Peter Jackson
  5. Ok, further to my msg below. I turned off the UAC in the Vista control panel and reinstalled FSC8.5 and the connection to FS9 was successful. After turning the UAC back on the error msg re appears [no process response]. I am certain that the issue is not having the option when right clicking the FSC8.5.exe file to "run as administrator". I installed the program with the administrator box ticked but i still do not get the option "run as administrator" from the .exe file in the folder or from the Icon? Peter Jackson
  6. Flight Sim Version - FS9 FSUIPC - Ver 3.9 FSC 8.5 with Database Manager 8.5 Download version from FSC website Operating system - Vista 32. I have, for some months, been trying to use FSC 8.5. I cannot get FSC to connect with FS9. I get the error message: FSC cannot connect to Flight Simulator. Msg# (No Process Response). I installed the program "as administrator" but I do not get the option from the desktop icon to start the program "as administrator" [just like I do with the other programs I have loaded]. I think this may be the problem. I've uninstalled FSC and reinstalled it several times and I still cannot get this solved. Do you think not being able to select "Run as administratior" from the Icon is causing this? if so, how do I get the option to do this from the .exe file? Appreciate any help you can give. Peter Jackson
  7. Ok, I'm sorry you have no way to help me. Peter Jackson
  8. Thanks....party's over though I'm afraid. As soon as I registered I get the error msg again? Something is weird. I notice now that the small shield [Run as administrator] that was on my FS9 desktop icon is now gone. If I right click on it I can still choose "run as administrator" so I don't know if that's anything to do with the problem. Question: Should the program [FSC] be installed directly into FS9? At the moment I have FS9 in c:/program files/microsoft games/flightsimulator9. Should FSC go directly there? or c:/....../......flightsimulator9/FSC. Sorry for this. It's the first program I've ever had this rpoblem with. Peter Jackson
  9. Wow, quick response....thanks. Great. Thank you. [bit difficult to find and it's not mentioned where you have to do that in the manual] Question. In FANav 4 when I'm flying online with IVAO or VATSIM I can see other [not AI] aircraft that are also online moving around the airport and in flight. Is this also the case in FSC 8.5? Thanks again....great service/support. Peter Jackson
  10. Ok, I now have it connecting with FS2004. It appears that the installer was installing the program in a seperate folder. I installed into the FS9 folder and it works....simple but effective. Now I have an equally simple problem. Where do I put the registration key I have from SimMarket? Thanks to all for the replies/input. Peter Jackson
  11. Hi Volker. Ok I uninstalled FSC and reinstalled it without checking the compatibility mode option. FSC is installed under administrator. I have FSUIPC 3.9 for FS9. I start FS9 and then start FSC. I click the GPS option and pick connect to FS. Immediately I get: Cannot connect to flight simulator msg # (no process response). Very frustrating....something simple i'm sure but I don't know what to do next :? Peter Jackson
  12. I can't imagine it can be anything to do with FSUIPC as everything else [iVAO, VATSIM, FSNav 4.7 etc] are all working. I think it has something to do with the FSC.exe file not having an adminstrator option even though it was installed under that criteria. Happy holidays.....I'm also away in Europe at a wedding next week. I'll let you know if [when] I get it working. Peter J
  13. Oh!, I haven't thrown in the towel yet. I'll get it working. I've contacted the program producer and they [he] is looking into it. I've also put the issue on the IVAO forum. Cheers. Peter Jackson
  14. Hi Volker, Yes i run both programs under administrator? I installed FSC using the compatibility mode and installed it as administrator. I still get the "no process response" error msg. I contacted Pete Dawson and discussed the issue with him b/cause I thought it might be the FSUIPC but he tells me if it's installed in FS9 and I run FS9 as administrator then it can't be that. So, very strange. I have reinstalled FSNav 4.7 and that works fine?? :( The only thing I have noticed is that the FSC.exe [on the desk top] does not have the 'shield' attached to it and there is no option to run the program as administrator from the icon, however I have checked the security tab and administrator is authorised in the box. Peter Jackson
  15. Hi Pete..., no, still isn't working. Gone back to FSNav4 which works no problem. I understand [better] now the relationship between FSUICP and the program. If [when] I need to reinstall FS9 I'll go with your advice on location. Ironicaly I have FSX on a seperate disk but don't use it. Nevermind, 40 Euro's down the toilet if I can't get it working......not life threatening:) Thanks for the advice and swift response. Oh! forgot to mention....hope you're not a Stoke supporter. Peter Jackson Dubai
  16. Hi Pete, it's not English that's my problem.....born and bred in the UK....[now living in Dubai] I do run FS9 as administrator and I also installed FSC under compatibility mode and as administrator. My problem was with the advise from the SimFlight forum that stated that FSUIPC had to be run under the same criteria, which i didn't understand. Peter Jackson
  17. Hi Pete, Oh dear...FS9 is in program files...I wasn't aware that that was a problem. I am running Vista and I did install FS9 under compatibility mode and I do start FS9 under administrator. I don't understand your last comment "But if you do this you must run EVERY FSUIPC - using accesory program "as administrator" too...." What does that mean? Thanks for the quick reply...much appreciated. Rgds Peter Jackson
  18. Hello Pete, I have a problem I hope you can help me with. I recently purchased F S Commander and I'm unable to get it to connect to FS2004. I get an error msg "no process response". I have the current FSUIPC version 3.9 in the modules folder of FS2004. I see in the SimFlight forum that they clearly state that you must install FSUIPC "as administrator" if you are using Vista [which I am]. I don't see a way to run/install FSUIPC "as administrator". I 'think' that you can only do that with .exe files not.dll files....or am I missing something? Would appreciate any assistance you may be able to give. [fyi] I was running FSNav4 previously with no problems. Regards Peter Jackson
  19. I downloaded version 8.5 today from the FSCommander website. I am running FS2004 on a Dell 650i with Vista 32bit and I have the most current FSUIPC [also downloaded today]. I installed FSC using Admin rights but the program does not ask for admin rights when running it? I am having the same problem that Tim had where i cannot connect FSC with FS2004. I get the same msg "no process response". Any Ideas? :) Peter Jackson
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