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I really need some help please....... My system specs are as follows: P3D V.2.2 FSUIPC 4.931 FS Commander 9.5.1 Database Manager 9.5 Build 04 - January - 2014 AIRAC Cycle 1312 Rev.1 NOV 14 - DEC 11/13 Downloaded Version from your website and registration paid and received from SimMarket Wed 14/05/2014 OS Win 7 - 64 Bit As you can see I have given you all the basic information you need. I am a NEW user. I have installed FSC to: D:\Program Files\FSC9 and NOT to Drive C: in any way. I did install as Adminstrator by right click and "Run As Administrator". I have run the database manager and it has been sucessful in the location of my P3D Path of D:\Program Files\LOCKHEED MARTIN\PREPAR3D V2 and the scenery library path of C:\Program Data\Lockheed Martin\PREPAR3D v2 MY PROBLEM............ I am having difficulty in setting the Prepar3D folder Path. Choose <Simulator Files Parepar3D> manually ERROR each time I look at paths even if I apparently point this to where I am wanting to store my flightplans for P3D. I just cannot seem to find out where I am going wrong and would really like your help. Many thanks in advance, Bob.
Pete, I've recently installed P3Dv2 and FSUIPC 4.927a (registered) and had no problems. Then I installed PilotEdge (a pay version of VATSIM), and began having Windows faults after exiting P3D. There are only 3 entries in my DLL.XML file, and I've found that the order of the addons determines whether or not the crashes happen. If the order is: FSUIPC 4; PilotEdge Transponder; PilotEdge AI Control Then windows will show a "fatal error" several seconds after exiting P3D. This happens every time. But, if I move FSUIPC so it is below the PilotEdge entries, the errors do not occur at all. I'm able to consistently repeat this, and verified it by changing it back and forth. I've made a similar post on the PilotEdge support board. Not sure what the underlying issue is, but wanted to let you and them know of it. Gavin ------------------------------- Here are the fault details: Problem signature: Problem event name: BEX Application name: Prepar3D.exe Application version: 2.0.9448.0 Application timestamp: 528edbf4 Fault module name: FSUIPC4.dll_unloaded Fault module version: 0.0.0.0 Fault module timestamp: 52b0eeeb Exception offset: 5f172220 Exception code: c0000005 OS version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.4 Locale ID: 1033 Additional information about the problem: LCID: 1033