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After installing WideFS (Version 6.51) after a successful install of FSUIPC Version 3.60 I can't change my airplane. If I try FS2004 imiidiatly shuts down.

My envirement: Windows XP, Pentium 4, 512 Mbyte

FS 2004,

After Install WideFS I can fly the MJC DAsh 8Q 300 on my main PC. On an other PC in my net I use the Dash 8 Q 300 control panel V 1.005. All functions are okay.

If I change my airplane to the Standard-FS Boing 737-400 FS shuts down.

Can someone help me?

Thanks you very much.

best regards

Jannes Fischer

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After installing WideFS (Version 6.51) after a successful install of FSUIPC Version 3.60 I can't change my airplane. If I try FS2004 imiidiatly shuts down.

Thaty won't be anything to do with either FSUIPC or WideFS, as you will be able to prove for yourself quite easily -- just remove the DLLs. Possibly you have a badly instaled aircraft or some othe FS corruption?

BTW what do you mean by "successful install"? All that there is to the installation of FSUIPC is putting the FSUIPC.DLL into the FS Modules folder.

Regards,

Pete

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