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  1. I've been running Prepar3D v4 Professional with FSUIPC V5, but suddenly for no apparent reason the FSUIPC5.DLL file, in the Modules folder, is stopping Perpar3d.exe from starting. If I delete the FSUIPC5.DLL file then Prepar3D will load and run. I've tried re-installing FSUIPC again, but it goes back to the same problem. I'm assuming there's a file in Prepar3D that has been corrupted? Can you please help? Thanks Matt
  2. Hi I know this topic has been covered before but I've not been able to start IvAp v2 just including the RunIf sentence in the FSUIPC.ini file. This is the path that I use in the desktop shortcut I use to manually open it: "C:\Program Files (x86)\IVAO\IvAp v2\ivap_dllhost.exe" "C:\Program Files (x86)\IVAO\IvAp v2\ivap_fsx.dll" I will apreciate any advice as I have tried many combinations of "", Thanks! Jose
  3. Hello all! When I open Prepar3d V4, it loads the splash screen disappears, and acts like it isn't even open. In the task manager, it shows it's open and running. I found out if I take out the FSUIPC .dll file from the modules folder, and reload Prepar3d, it opens perfectly, but FSUIPC isn't running. I have: 1. Deleted the Prepar3d files in the Local,Roaming, and Program Data. 2. Run Prepar3d in admin mode 3. Reinstalled Prepar3d V4 Thanks in advanced!
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