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  1. What properties do you require for your airport database? Several of the files made by makerwys.exe for Radar Contact are comma delimited and can swiftly be read by Excel and probably Access for import. See the makerwys read me in your FS folder for file and field definitions. I am aware of additions to surface properties in the .xml format but if you just need comm frequencies, localizers, and locations of runway, taxiway, and parking components, f5.csv, t5.csv, g5.csv, and r5.csv might give you needed information to be merged as your require. You would need to write something to parse out th
  2. Ref: Free FS registry checker and repair utility Download from here: http://www.flight1.com/view.asp?page=library This file: FSX/FS9 Registry Repair Tool (36KB) to check and modify if needed. Be sure in VISTA and Win 7 to run it as an administrator.
  3. Sorry, I was confused on that issue. (Nothing new there :) .)
  4. We know FSHotSeat interfered with the FSUIPC processes Radar Contact uses and it is listed as causing incompatibilities. FSHotSeat is described as including the functionality of FSHotSeatFX. Perhaps a similar case is occurring. As I recall it affected the way FSUIPC reported some parameters. (Crossposted to AS forum.)
  5. Here is the hierarchy when CH Manager is used unless it has changed in more recent releases: Windows USB device driver CH Control Manager Windows Applications (Such as FS) In relation to FS and FSUIPC FS (Continued from Above) including FS Setup Assignments FSUIPC Assignments or Assignment Changes (Full Version) Virtual Aircraft Devices In Model with Flight Loaded. I used to use a CHCM version in FS2002 but when I flew X-Plane that early version of CHCM created virtual axis because at that time X-Plane could only accommodate a maximum of two USB controllers. CHCM can map multiple CH de
  6. Hi, Pete: I'm also on XP Pro SP1 because I have a non-related app that does not like SP2. Same problem with 3712 not recognizing my full registration. Properties show your signed certificate and wintrust.dll is in place. I went to 3711.
  7. http://www.stickworks.com/ has great information on setting up the CH Throttle Quad with FSUIPC (with or without the CHCM).
  8. I have not tried this but the following thread documents how turning off brake noise filtering cured the lack of autobrake function in the PMDG Boeing products: http://forums.avsim.net/dcboard.php?az=_id=121670
  9. It also would not hurt to try turning on spike filtering for all your USB controls especially if these problems came about with a computer change. USB controls are subject to this kind of noise that can vary among computer types.
  10. Thank you for replying. If multiple apps are writing to the advdisp window and the total goes above 127 characters (assuming that enough have scrolled off to ctrate space), will the window receiving function just throw those out so the allocated memory is not exceeded?
  11. I occasionally have FS9 crashes or stutters when Adv Disp is open with a large amount of text such as ATIS looping from RC 3.1 or Flightwatch from AS 2004.5, or even long announcements. This happened with a few versions ago I think since 2.11. No change with the FS9 patch. DX9b. W98SE with 768 Ram (VCache adjusted) and go into FS with either 550 or 650 MB by cleaning out background stuff. On audio I occasionally get kind of a noise like a data clock with a pause. If I let FS9 ATIS display in the window (no RC or AS) and loop it the same thing happens. If I hide the window, is the text stil
  12. I downloaded FSUIPC3411 from schirrati and I also have Norton AV updated two days ago. A full system scan yesterday showed no problems indicating no worms were placed by FSUIPC411. The poster must have picked it up elsewhere. Clean as usual.
  13. FWIW I see in the advdisp window a message when the METAR from the refresh is written the text being the METAR. This could satisfy the request of a notice within FS when the initial write has occured. If the window is set to be invisible except when receiving messages this might satisfy the notification request of a completed write. My question about this whole business is the OP wants FS to startup AS and not have to go to its dialog. But then how do you get the weather into it without working with the dialog unless it is online all the time. AS will start writing the loaded weather data as
  14. Location, Location. What happens for me loading a saved flight as a clear weather theme parked cold and dark is that when I go to AS (set paused on start until refresh) and refresh to start the weather writes I go back to FS to set things up in avionics, etc. Before the weather writes complete, AI is already taxiing to the clear weather runways for TO and are in the pattern navigating to them (about fifteen minutes worth of AI as I understand it). I also get the wrong ATIS which takes quite a while to change. (It is interesting to note that RC gives me the correct ATIS almost immediately whic
  15. Hi Pete: I've been in on this discussion over at the Flightsim FS9 forum: What would really be nice is an option in FSUIPC to pause just the AI portion of the engine at the start of the FS9 engine (which apparently is running with some kind of default flight anyway even while you are in the opening FS9 menu structure as indicated by the FSUIPC log) until a trigger is supplied by the external app (weather program when its initial writes are finished). In the case of AS2004.5 it does detect the location change and starts its refresh writes but if left in its default start mode it starts writ
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