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  1. perhaps you should read the 3th thread from above (under announcements). Norbert
  2. Hi Pete Today I added 2 clients (win98) to my cockpit with project magenta. I installed the latest wideclient 6.71 on it. I use FS9 and fsuipc 3.7.1. But it does not connect to the server. When my glascockpit is runninng (but not moving) the PM filechecker says: ---------------------- FSUIPC/WideFS found! FSUIPC No Version number Reported! Please Check FSUIPC Installation No data from Flight Simulator, FS doesn't appear to be running! ------------------------ Off course FS9 is running, I can ping between al pc's and in windows all pcs/s are visible and can excahnge files. My older client (winxp) is working normally. wideclient log says: ********* WideClient Log [version 6.71] Class=FS98MAIN ********* Date (dmy): 16/01/07, Time 22:50:01.760: Client name is EICAS 90 Attempting to connect now 153 Trying to locate server: Protocol not yet decided 153 Failed to connect: waiting to try again 2195 Attempting to connect now 10607 New Client Application: "PFD" (Id=-258245) 33360 ****** End of session performance summary ****** 33360 Total time connec22:51 16-1-07ted = 0 seconds 33360 Reception maximum: 0 frames/sec, 0 bytes/sec 33360 Transmission maximum: 0 frames/sec, 0 bytes/sec 33360 Max receive buffer = 0, Max send depth = 0, Send frames lost = 0 33360 **************** Individual client application activity **************** 33360 Client -258245 requests: 182 (Ave 182/sec), Data: 248166 bytes (248166/sec), Average 1363 bytes/Process 33360 ********* Log file closed (Buffers: MaxUsed 1, Alloc 182 Freed 182 Refused 0) ********* ------------------------------- after a lot of experimenting I used the wideclient from the old client on the new one and now it works OK. This is very strange to me. AT first I thought it had to do with win98 versus XP, but now I think the latest version of wideclient can not connect to fsuipc in my setup. Can you give any advice? Perhaps it is not a big problem staying with an older version of wideclient. PS I have a registered fsuipc and wideserver. (AFAIK I do not have to do any registering stuff on the clients? My fsuipc module shows that both modules are registered) Thanks for your time regards Norbert Bosch http;//home.wanadoo.nl/norbert.bosch
  3. Yes the fs9-panel.cfg file was put in the same place as the original fs9.cfg. I also tried with the pathname of the cfg file in the parameter. Besides the soltion with batch files I found a utility on the avsim forum called cfg configurator. It helps you tweaking all the cfg files that exist in fs (device.cfg scenery.cfg,aircraft.cfg, panel.cfg,etc etc). It also can help you starting up with several different versions of fs9.cfg. Last thing I will try is to put the second fs9-panel.cfg in the fs root directory. If this works I will mention it here. Regards Norbert Bosch
  4. Pete I know this is not about FSUIPC, as a registerd FSUIPC user this seems to be the best place to ask. I used the info in your fs2002ctls.doc a lot and made some own hardware. I have made a special cfg file for that in fs2002. On the desktp is a special link with D:\FS2002\fs2002.exe /CFG:FS2002-panel.cfg exact as according to your doc. I tried the same with fs9: "E:\Program Files\Microsoft\FS9\fs9.exe /CFG:fs9-panel.cfg" whatever I try, I can not get it to work. Could the reason be that the cfg file is in another directory? Is there a solution for that I made a way around be making 2 batch files that copy and rename the cfg files, but I would like to use the method mentioned above. Thanks for any help
  5. The instructor module in meant to be used over a lan. Just put (at least) 2 pcs in a lan. Install fs on both. Run on one fs2002 and on the other the instructors module. You do NOT need wide fs or fsuipc for this. Norbert
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