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  1. Oh. So, this is like it was several versions ago? I'll look there. Thanks, Danny
  2. I am using the current version of FSUIPC5 (j version) with P3dV4 with the HF. When I create profile for an aircraft I expect to see it in the "Profile" folder within Modules. However, it is not there. I believe this has been happening across all the FSUIPC5 versions, at least for me. Has something changed as to where the profiles are stored or have I gotten the configuration missed up? Everything works great, I just can't find the aircraft profiles. By the way, the profiles that I had created with FSUIPC4 are present in the FSUIPC5 modules/profiles folder. Thanks Danny
  3. Long time user of FSUIPC paid version. No problem purchasing Version 5. Thank you very much for supporting the flight sim community as the software improves. Regards, Danny
  4. Pete: If LM P3dV4 is 64 bit will FSUIPC be able to be configured to work? I would really like to continue having its capabilities. Regards, Danny
  5. Oh well. Thanks anyway Pete. Parking into the winds doesn't change the behavior. Danny
  6. Pete: I have looked at the friction tables contained in the Lua plug-ins and saw no references to skids, only wheels. I do use the dynamic friction plug-in, but, it doesn't seem to impact the helicopters in question. Danny
  7. Is it possible to control the ground friction associated with helicopter skids using FSUIPC? I have a couple helicopters that will slowly spin while sitting on the ground. If I apply some collective the spinning can be neutralized. This only happens on some of my helo models. I have looked through the air files and the aircraft.cfg files for a parameter that might address the ground friction/adhesion with no success. Regards, Danny
  8. Pete Thanks for the reply. I reinstalled 4.955c, then copied the 4.956 dll into the modules folder, started the sim and, once again, the sim failed to start. The windows error log again indicated the FSUIPC.dll as the fault module. I checked the installed log and it indicated a correct install. I checked the FSUIPC.log file and this time it did not contain the " Failed, insufficient support: 00000000 " comment. I have restarted the computer and tried to start the sim again. This time it worked as normal. I shut the sim down and restarted it, and, it worked fine.
  9. I am having an issue with 4.956 and P3dV3.4. I have installed the 4.956 dll into the module folder and have copied over and renamed the simconnectP3D3.dll file from the newest P3D SDK. On the first start of the sim after doing these activities the sim works as normal. After shut down and restart of the sim, the sim throws an error and fails to start. When I check the windows error log it indicates the fault module as the FSUIPC.dll. When I check the FSUIPC.log I get the following: 31 ---------------------------------- 31 Trying I:\P3DV3\Modules\SimConnectP3D3.dll 31
  10. Pete: The contents of the event log are below. Regards, Danny Version=1 EventType=APPCRASH EventTime=130890587827277781 ReportType=2 Consent=1 UploadTime=130890587828218677 ReportIdentifier=0d7f3fb7-703f-11e5-9c24-c86000c29d6e IntegratorReportIdentifier=881fb0d6-6c82-4880-8264-b7ec769a4ae3 WOW64=1 NsAppName=Prepar3D.exe Response.BucketId=6542c6c70e2f4020d7360cd46d6b27ad Response.BucketTable=1 Response.LegacyBucketId=107651510896 Response.type=4 Sig[0].Name=Application Name Sig[0].Value=Prepar3D.exe Sig[1].Name=Application Version Sig[1].Value=3.0.10.14945 S
  11. Pete: I tried 4.947b in P3DV3, windows 10. It crashed shortly after loading. Log follows: ********* FSUIPC4, Version 4.947b by Pete Dowson ********* Reading options from "I:\P3DV3\Modules\FSUIPC4.ini" Running inside Prepar3D v3 on Windows 10.0 Module base=66070000 User Name="Danny Rice" User Addr="danny.rice@comcast.net" FSUIPC4 Key is provided WideFS7 Key is provided 0 System time = 11/10/2015 10:38:20 47 FLT UNC path = "\\DANNY-PC\Users\Danny\Documents\Prepar3D v3 Files\" 47 Trying I:\P3DV3\Modules\SimConnectP3D2.dll 47 !!! Error 126: The specified modu
  12. I am using A2A 182 with Windows 10, P3DV3, and FSUIPC 4.946 version with no issues. Might want to check your A2A install/reinstall. Danny
  13. Are you guys using 4.495a version? I am and it is working with no issues in P3DV3. My OS is Windows 10. Danny
  14. Pete: I am using a Warthog Hosta Flight stick with P3dV2.5. I have started to experience a partial loss of cyclic function (either pitch or aileron) randomly. When I start the sim the cyclic will function normally. After a period of time flying, the cyclic will lose half of the travel for pitch or aileron. Oddly, only half of the movement will be lost. To recover full function I have to restart the sim. I have tried reassigning the axis, recalibrating, reloading the aircraft, etc., with no luck. I started to experience this after updating to version m, and, it has continued with ver
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