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Hi All, I recently upgraded from using FS2004 to using FSX so I upgraded to a registered version FSUIPC4 4.80 and WideFS7 as well as WideClient version 6.94. I installed as per documentation and ensured network was operating correctly. My server PC with FSX installed is Win 7 Home Premium, my client PCs are 2 x Win XP (Professional) SP3 and 1 x Win XP (Professional) machine - old machine. Everything works as advertised except on the older Win XP machine. This machine has not been upgraded for many years (unlike the other two which have Service Pack 3 installed) and runs legacy programs henc
Pete, After reading WideFS User's Guide for 5 times I just came to sad conclusion that I didn't fully understand it. I am not experienced in networking. And I believe I lack some basic understanding of how it all is going to work. Please find time to guide me. Purpose: to make FS Commander installed on Toshiba laptop working with FSX on HP desktop. Both on Win 7. What I did: - bought respective FSUIPC and WideFS; - installed WideFS on desktop; installed FSC as suggested: C/WideFS and C/FSC; - placed .dll to modules' folder in FSX; - with kind assistance of guys from Microsoft Russia I
hello all, When it comes to computers and networking I really am lost in the sauce. I have read and re read all the instructions for the installation of wideFS and its client and still cant them to connect. Im running on win7 home 64bit. Here are the logs, ********* WideClient Log [version 6.86] Class=FS98MAIN ********* Date (dmy): 14/12/11, Time 15:13:37.097: Client name is WIDEFS 250 LUA: "C:\Users\Matthew McAlpine\Desktop\WideClient\Initial.LUA": not found 328 Attempting to connect now 343 Server = MYVIRTUALCOCKPI 343 Trying TCP/IP host "MYVIRTUALCOCKPI" port 8002 ...