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  1. Thank you for the explanation Pete! Luckily I was able to sort the issue out though just after creating this post. I hadn't removed the calibration from within P3D which seemed to have been causing some sort of conflict with FSUIPC, upon deleting both the rudder pedals and yoke from the calibration menu in P3D, I was able to calibrate the axis without issue in FSUIPC. Thank you for your support as always Pete! Regards
  2. Using P3D V4.3 with the latest FSUIPC 5.132 I have run into a slight issue with the axis calibration process. If I start calibrating no matter what direction I try to calibrate an axis windows alerts me with a ping and the axis assignment cannot be set. I have been looking through the internet for the past half hour for any subject related to this kind of issue, I found a few but none of them helped me. In the meantime I have reset all calibration saves within FSUIPC (still using FSUIPC for controllers with all axis deleted within P3D) and the controls are working as they should within P3D, therefore is FSUIPC axis calibration really needed?
  3. Hi Pete, I think I may have fixed the problem once and for all. I took a look back at a few posts related to this issue, (This one: http://forum.simflight.com/topic/74451-sim-crashes-after-running-for-a-short-time/page-2 I read that this guy uninstalled/got rid of his Razer Nostromo Keypad from his computer. I also have a Razer Nostromo Keypad, I have uninstalled it, went into FSX to see if the results were positive. I did get the DLL error but I clicked on "Yes" and FSX loaded up. I re-booted FSX to see if the DLL error would pop-up once again, and it hasn't. FSUIPC is in the top menu bar while in FSX and seems to be working fine. Could it be that these two programs are conflicting with each other, and causing such an error? Thanks for your help. Regards.
  4. I have changed this... <Launch.Addon> <Name>FSUIPC 4</Name> <Disabled>True</Disabled>....From "False" to "True" and I no longer get the FSUIPC.dll error popping up at start up to FSX. <Path>Modules\FSUIPC4.dll</Path> </Launch.Addon>
  5. This is what I have put into the Simconnect.ini in my Flight Simulator X Files... [simConnect] level=Verbose console=No file= C:\Local Disk\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\Modules\SimConnect%01u.Log file_max_index=9
  6. This is what is in that SimConnect file... (This is only a tiny bit of what is in there... ‰PNG IHDR € 8 g±V sRGB ®Îé gAMA ±üa pHYs à ÃÇo¨d ÿ¥IDATx^Ìýe”Gšï‹Î×ûaŸ= Ó{öt·I¶l˲ÈbffÉÂRq½ÌÌÌŒÅÌ\*“¤KY–-™ÛÝ=lïÙg­»Ö½Ï‘ï[%ÙÝ3笳ֽ¹~JeåñÏ'Ÿü› k_õõ—_}ýÊko¼òÙxeÁ+¯¼ö2ð2òÒ˯"tÏ+¯½òêk¯¼¶ xõµ×_]€¼öú¯½¾X@Ö?Ç›Þ Þzý§¼>ÇäMdÁ›¯-XøÚkÈ«°†íŸòÚ šZš°— ©°†íW!y¯¿úÚSõfê°Aãgbx ‚A`ÈÆ@²ùò+¯¼ÊdöÕ×^}m„| rºàõºMyuÁ„”É+¯AᤠÇ"Xž„TQCÚ’<(œ× po¥`þ|ýMàí…o-ZøÖ;o½½øíEï.zgÉâÅKw‘eKæX Kß}XBYL`ö“0KÞ–!K¥ÀÒeË–._¶l>°ç/°$ÍҥȒ%ïBüï.^¼øwÞY´hÑÛ‹½õ6ðö›o/z¶½óö¢Å‹Þy÷‰_òî»p³CTóòŸ0w®¥ï.%,AÈyqÿÒeËeËW,[ñS`ÿ<àO þIs‘@Ú!Qï,†äA"!©à·2,ÂõÛ„·ÞÞ Þ|óõ7¾¾pá‚7Þxí ¨öÐz`û5ع~}ó71ü›o½ åðö"((((!f‚@° pYŠ€ddùò÷V¬ V’õ{+–¿·w¦SÿW ùœ¿Ð=Ï_Uøáù=s”,¤hÈu…«ºøÈ dJèmÈÐÛï¼ýöâEpI½û©Œï’ª´®Ø²Ë–½·œdà½÷€U+W«W«R¬\ {þpE eñ|&qù "'1§Á…œ %øsü”ú‹k©‹ß…ì@¦Þ‚FöÖ;o¾¹háÂy¼¼ýí?À²ðuøé·Þ„CÞ]ôö’wA‹\†ÍqÉò¥KV,]ºb@K€d/‡+ )_EʳIËdõª5«qàžy0YƒðYÈÍ8©4x‰é…KC¯ ."mŸØD¡ 2`}¤µ´ÈŸ°Iu´™2×—ÖÑ•+ I<L)I>äYµjÍÊUÌ•„߈aßÃm<‚^d¹zm ØF &<væóŒÂ›–S0´6áÉ׬FÖ®^ðfí:`-aÍÚµkp'Äç…’ƒäcaAÑÐrùë@9×S’‹‹ï¾—{ ©6Pg‘:ó6åÍ…øç[À[ï¼ `c!-…tÃvxKH‡-‘Ôíåx)‘ôB¯0‚?ÐN€ ÇÐ Z(tÁ¢²aº;ç-$4©Sÿ×X1ùûéBÚI–.”Üm°jÑûÏü»)È>d+‰Òºú§Ë\&žËìÁW.-\ãuëaÙ0Y¿ö¬[ /?.$¾ç¬@éÐS¤ÁŠH«©[kàT¬L)þÒ„…* Z<­uc¨ssMqZÙ°Å‘»"s?ÄëÌÔr‘çR‡i&©{>éħÀ®cîOÒüž»pR¢°Ð̦,0š~ø™\[¼¼¸Ðʇ¤ºeìh‡ dùR2¸Àaê9é7Èñé I¦eLš?v´Û#'…0s޼Ɵ:ò¹R˜·@ùÃ%ÇëN¨¸`W@zÝHî^\ðìX†äÔÌKUc¼Àýn|xƒ€v­Úx ¦á/\øÖÀièÀÁÇ‹°XHúì"` =Æ[xìéC¾¾àM„w¸áÍîMpÇYü6sÓ„Ñ›þòex‹Yù^ªG¦Õpn™÷7íì3çÕÕ€dÁbŽ¤ëO Q>·';ž€vîLï?ÿ‘öE8OêÚ“¡Ö«ådô‡Ã[l&Ð@_ºhñ;Щ`ãEЈ ù@eÃ.jœnE&)ÐC`'A*©iÈøûzÒ‰üüBŸÇ¼Ã1×´Pç²@j,´º¦aöлéÖ¡]Ìu•´ŽáÅE`c¹Ê‹Á¯Ð p\±l)” Œ‹ |hÓÆkMŠÎŽ¥M/OjaÅTl’(’ò'­#°ÐjA}îhºÜÑ€ÌÕ!˼*B»f¨Jr„ o”8x€Á!vn¤£#
  7. I do have a file that looks like a result of some sort. It says SimConnect with the text document style page with a settings logo covering it.
  8. Here are the three files we have been talking about. If its hard to read due to the blurriness let me know an I will take another few shots. Regards.
  9. Entered my actual FSX module folder address nothing. Also tried a more convenient location but no file appeared.
  10. [simConnect] level=Verbose console=No file=path to FSX\Modules\SimConnect%01u.Log file_max_index=9 Pretty much the way it looked when I first put it together.
  11. I can't seem to get the SimConnect.ini file to work. I named a text document to "Simconnect.ini" placed the text into the document but log doesn't show up. As for deleting all the FLT and WX files as-well-as the FSX.cfg: that doesn't work either. Is there anyway you could take a look at my system via TeamViewer?
  12. ********* FSUIPC4, Version 4.90 by Pete Dowson ********* Running inside FSX on Windows 7 Module base=56E70000 User Name= User Addr= FSUIPC4 Key is provided WIDEFS7 not user registered, or expired 1406 System time = 02/07/2013 22:01:50 1406 FLT path = "C:\Users\Ciaran\Documents\Flight Simulator X Files\" 1437 Trying to connect to SimConnect Acc/SP2 Oct07 ... 1437 FS path = "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\" This is all thats there. I think my best bet is to re-install FSX and start from there!?
  13. That hasn't worked. Renamed DLL file to "BACKUP dll" re-ran the FSUIPC installer and still getting the same error message as before.
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