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  1. Windows 7 seems to be good at keeping the system running smoothly and reports any errors it finds. I also use "Glary Utilities" and "Ccleaner" for keeping the system in good order. Surely if there was a disk problem I would have had other problems somewhere. Why would it be that only FS9 and related issues suffer from a hard drive problem. I'm only reporting to you what I'm finding! I'm away till Tuesday, so perhaps then I'll try approaching it from a different angle.......I'll install an addon, for example Ultimate Traffic (2005 is the version I have) and then see what happens.. One las
  2. Hi Pete Not having much luck! I've plenty of memory, it's a dual core Toshiba laptop which I use only for flight simming, emailing and browsing, any downloads go onto an external hard drive. I know that's not relevant and you'll say my hard drive could be faulty. It's not! I've installed fs9 again without add ons but with the update 9.1 which the install log does not recognise( I think). When running fs9 the modules tab, when opened and fsuipc is clicked upon, it appears unregistered again! There is no fsuipc log file either! Installer for FSUIPC.DLL version 3.998g Looking in registry f
  3. I didn't install Actigate myself, one of my addons did but not sure which one. I'll remove it as suggested, but first I'll have to do a complete re installation of FS9 as I can only get the splash screen now and then it shuts down. Regards Nigel
  4. Sorry I thought I had answered the question, When I open "modules" when flight sim is running, the drop down menu gives me actigate, FSUIPC, and start squawkbox, I can click on FSUIPC and when it opens it's there that it says it's unregistered. I think I shall uninstall everything and reinstall anywhere but not in program files. I've a long night ahead! Nigel
  5. I see, I think. I restarted FS9.1 and this time it was unregistered again! But here is the log file I found. ********* FSUIPC, Version 3.998g by Pete Dowson ********* Running on Windows Version 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 2 Verifying Certificate for "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9\MODULES\FSUIPC.DLL" now ... SUCCESS! Signature verifies okay! Running inside FS2004 (FS9.1 CONTROLS.DLL, FS9.1 WEATHER.DLL) User Name="Nigel Buchalter" User Addr="nbuchalter@utvinternet.com" FSUIPC Key is provided WIDEFS not user registered, or expired Module base=61000000 WeatherRe
  6. Thanks for advice, I have FS9.1update installed, running Windows 7 Ultimate and had already selected properties and compatibility.....still I guess programs do interfere with one another somehow. Rgds Nigel
  7. Success! I have just run FS9 by right clicking and "run as administrator" and it now appears registered. Also, the FSUIPC. Log file has appeared. Many thanks for your help. Nigel
  8. I'm sorry Pete but there is no FSUIPC.LOG. In the modules folder. There is only the FSUIPC documents folder and then FSUIPC install (the only text document), FSUIPC.DLL and FSUIPC.key I have hidden folders allowed. What am I overlooking? Rgds Nigel
  9. Hi Pete, The date is correct. I have just run FS9 and here is the FSUIPC.LOG file although it looks the same as yesterdays one. Installer for FSUIPC.DLL version 3.998g Looking in registry for FS9.1 install path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator\9.1 Parameter"EXE Path" Not there, so looking in: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator\9.1 Parameter"EXE Path" ... NOT found! ... Looking in registry for FS9 install path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator\9.0
  10. Hi again Pete, No luck yet. I wonder is it something blindingly obvious that I've overlooked, or am I just very unlucky? Nigel
  11. Thank you Pete for your quick reply. Just installed version 3.998g but unfortunately it didn't register either. I'll do a registry clean, and try again and choose the option "delete all previous registrations" Hope to let you know shortly. Nigel
  12. Hi Pete I'm not having any success when registering FSUIPC. I have even re installed FS9 Please let me know if you need any more information, as my detailed account of what has been happening disappeared with a clumsy slip of the fingers on the keyboard a few moments ago. Here is the install log, even though it says registration successful, it isn't! Thank you for your patience! Installer for FSUIPC.DLL version 3.991 Looking in registry for FS9.1 install path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator\9.1 Parameter"EXE Path" Not there, so loo
  13. Thank you, that seems to have worked. I've a feeling my add on scenery (Eiresim Dublin 2009) also caused problems as it disappears too. ActiGate disappeared also when I uninstalled it. I've re installed it (ActiGate) and started and closed FS9 several times now and your program FSUIPC has remained registered to me. Many thanks Nigel
  14. Hello Pete I have the registered version of FSUIPC 3.99 for FS9 using Windows 7. When I go to the module in order to calibrate the joystick it tells me the version is unregistered. I then re install the program and insert the key and everything is fine until next start up of FS9. I have re entered the key many times now and have not found out why this keeps happening. I hope the log below will help you. Many thanks Nigel Installer for FSUIPC.DLL version 3.991 Looking in registry for FS9.1 install path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator\9.1
  15. Thank you for all your help. I have succeeded in regaining full control whilst taxiing. It makes the hobby so much more enjoyable and appears very realistic. I disabled the force feedback in order to calibrate the rudder, ailerons and elevator. Having done that I re-enabled the force feedback and although I haven't noticed any bumps, rattles or "force" yet I'm so pleased to be able to steer properly again I don't mind anyway. Many thanks Nigel
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