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Hello,

I am using the registered Fsuipc and WideFS since several years without any problems.

Now, I reinststalled Fs9 in the following sequence...

1. reinstall Fs9

2. update to Fs9.1

Untill this items Fs9 is starting normally

3. move the fsuipc (vers. 3.70 or 3.71) into the Fs9 modules folder

From now on Fs9 will not start. Fs window is comming up for 4 to 6 sec.

and then the application is closed.

4. removing fsuipc dll from the modules.

Now Fs9 starts normally again.

Moving all the Dll´s out of the modules folder, moving the fsuipc dll back as the first following all other dll´s don´t helps.

I never had this problem before.

Thanks for help.

Regards from germany

Brian Stavenhagen

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From now on Fs9 will not start. Fs window is comming up for 4 to 6 sec.

and then the application is closed.

4. removing fsuipc dll from the modules.

Now Fs9 starts normally again.

I've never heard of that before. Is FSUIPC the only file you've added to the Modules folder? Is there an INI file? Is there any FSUIPC Log file being produced in the Modules folder?

Moving all the Dll´s out of the modules folder, moving the fsuipc dll back as the first following all other dll´s don´t helps.

There's no reason why it should help at all.

I never had this problem before.

Nor has any one else to my knowledge.

Regards,

Pete

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Many thanks for answering,

the fsuipc is the only file added to the modules folder.

One hour ago I tried to reinstall Fs9 again. I removed all Fs files and it s the same as before.

from the moment that the fsuipc dll is added to the fs modules folder, there is no way to start fs9.

Only if the dll is removed fs will startup normally.

Brian

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Many thanks for answering,

the fsuipc is the only file added to the modules folder.

One hour ago I tried to reinstall Fs9 again. I removed all Fs files and it s the same as before.

from the moment that the fsuipc dll is added to the fs modules folder, there is no way to start fs9.

Only if the dll is removed fs will startup normally.

Brian

If there is no Log file and no INI file then FSUIPC isn't actually being run -- FS is crashing before it gets that far. In your re-install did you again install the 9.1 update? If so try just the base 9.1 first.

Also when uninstalling do you delete all the ancillary files -- the Flight files from My Documents/Flight simulator file ad the CFG file in your Documents & Settings? It may just be something wrong hungover from a previous install.

Regards

Pete

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Hi,

yes, I removed all FS files stored in my dokuments. I tried the normal installation without update 9.1 as well. No change at all.

So I took the FS CD4 into my notebook with FS9 and fsuipc installed. All is working normal (both mashines running Win XP Prof.) Then I tried to copy all modules files from the notebook, on wich FS9 is running normal , on to my server. Still the same problem. Now I have to go to work. I will try to copy all files included the fs9.cfg from the running pc to the non running pc tomorrow.

We will see...

Thanks a lot

Brian

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