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Pete,

I seem to be having a 1 sec stuttering issues with FSUIPC & GoFlight. I recently reformatted my machine and began to install flight simulator 2004, wideview, maxivista and FSUIPC one item at a time to determine why I would be getting this stuttering issue. After all those components were installed the sutter was not present, as soon as I installed GoFlight software and connected my components the stuttering appeared. Here is a sample of my FSUIPC log file:

********* FSUIPC, Version 3.45 by Pete Dowson *********

Running inside FS2004 (FS9.1 CONTROLS.DLL, FS9.1 WEATHER.DLL)

User Name="removed"

User Addr="removed"

FSUIPC Key is provided

WIDEFS not user registered, or expired

[Continuation log requested by user]

Module base=61000000

ClassOptions: UIPCMAIN=FF7F, FS98MAIN=FF7F, FS2KMAIN=FF5E

WeatherOptions(Orig)=E00C7709[E00C7709]

InitDelay: 0 seconds

WeatherReadInterval=4

LogOptions=0000001F

LogExtras=1

2714250 System time = 17:23:07, FS2004 time = 15:49:00 (19:49Z)

2714250 *VIS* SM: Min=0.00, MaxRny=0.00, MaxOvc=0.00, MaxCld=0.00, MaxClr=0.00, Upper=60.00, FT: LwrAlt=0, UppAlt=25000

2714250 LogOptions changed, now 0000001F (LogExtras=1)

2714296 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 215 (0x000000d7) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714296 Ready Flags: Ready-To-Fly=Y, In Menu=N, In Dlg=N

2714375 READ0 3304, 4 bytes: 02 00 00 00

2714375 READ0 3308, 4 bytes: 02 00 00 00

2714375 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

2714484 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 219 (0x000000db) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714515 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 118 (0x00000076) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714562 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 137 (0x00000089) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714593 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 123 (0x0000007b) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714625 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 113 (0x00000071) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714671 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 133 (0x00000085) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714703 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 149 (0x00000095) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714734 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 134 (0x00000086) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714781 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 122 (0x0000007a) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714812 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 112 (0x00000070) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714859 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 132 (0x00000084) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714906 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 148 (0x00000094) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714937 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 165 (0x000000a5) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2714953 >Change: FS98 Vis: range=150sm, (raw value=15000)

2714953 >Change: FS98 Dewpoint Control: disabled

2714953 >Change: FS98 Precip Control: disabled

2714953 >Change: Pressure=1013.2 mb (Target is 0.0)

2714953 >Change: surface wind: to alt=2000ft AGL, dir=0T, vel=0.0, gust=0.0, turb=0, shear=0, var=0.0, Flags=0, AMSL=3377

2714953 >Change: Visibility[0]: range=90.0sm (144840m), from=-4921ft, to=15000ft

2714953 >Change: Temperature[0]: alt=0ft, Day=15.0 C, NightVar=3.0 C, DewPt=5.0 C

2714953 Results: Visibility[0]: range=60.0sm (96561m), from=-4921ft, to=15000ft

2714968 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 176 (0x000000b0) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715015 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 156 (0x0000009c) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715046 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 168 (0x000000a8) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715078 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 178 (0x000000b2) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715125 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 186 (0x000000ba) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715156 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 193 (0x000000c1) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715203 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 198 (0x000000c6) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715234 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 174 (0x000000ae) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715265 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 183 (0x000000b7) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715312 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 190 (0x000000be) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715343 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 196 (0x000000c4) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715390 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 173 (0x000000ad) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715421 *** AXIS: Cntrl= 65762 (0x000100e2), Param= 182 (0x000000b6) AXIS_ELEVATOR_SET

2715453 READ0 3304, 4 bytes: 02 00 00 00

2715453 READ0 3308, 4 bytes: 02 00 00 00

2715453 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

Any help to point me in the right direction would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Mark

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Thanks for your suggestion. This stuttering is just driving me crazy. It's the one thing keeping me from finishing up my setup. I have 3 joysticks that show up, Yoke, Pedal & Throttle all my other controls are GoFlight modules. All the game controllers seem to be working probably, it just when i hook up the GoFlight modules, which do not show up in the game controls, cause the stuttering. As soon as remove all GoFlight modules, except for Yoke, Pedal & Throttle everything works fine. Plug them back in, stuttering begins. Somewhere with the combination of GoFlight modules and FSUIPC is causing me this hair pulling grief. :)

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... as soon as I installed GoFlight software and connected my components the stuttering appeared.

GoFlight software does not use FSUIPC at all. Please contact their support.

Here is a sample of my FSUIPC log file:

********* FSUIPC, Version 3.45 by Pete Dowson *********

!!!!

Version 3.45 is now well over two years out of date and hasn't been supported since early 2005! There have been at least 12 other major releases since then. The current version, and the only supported one for FS2004, is 3.74.

Regards

Pete

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Thanks for you response Pete, i upgraded to version 3.74 and I am still getting the Write errors as well. Can you please explain what these write error maybe.

********* FSUIPC, Version 3.74 by Pete Dowson *********

Running on Windows Version 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 2

Verifying Certificate for "D:\Flight Simulator 2004\MODULES\FSUIPC.dll" now ...

SUCCESS! Signature verifies okay!

Running inside FS2004 (FS9.1 CONTROLS.DLL, FS9.1 WEATHER.DLL)

User Name="removed"

User Addr="removed"

FSUIPC Key is provided

WideFS Key is provided

Module base=61000000

ClassOptions: UIPCMAIN=FF7F, FS98MAIN=FF7F, FS2KMAIN=FF5E

WeatherOptions(Orig)=4000B627[4000B627]

InitDelay: 0 seconds

WeatherReadInterval=4

LogOptions=00000005

DebugStatus=255

1391 System time = 21:35:49

1391 \\SIM-SERVER\D\Flight Simulator 2004\

1391 System time = 21:35:49, FS2004 time = 12:00:00 (00:00Z)

1547 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

2157 C:\Documents and Settings\Mark\My Documents\Flight Simulator Files\Default.flt

2172 AIRCRAFT\c172\Cessna172SP.air

2282 Aircraft="Cessna Skyhawk 172SP"

3813 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

3828 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

4828 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

5922 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

6922 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

7016 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

8110 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

9203 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

10016 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

10297 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

11141 C:\Documents and Settings\Mark\My Documents\Flight Simulator Files\Sim-Beechcraft 350.flt

11203 AIRCRAFT\beech_king_air_350\Beech_King_Air_350.air

11328 Aircraft="Beech King Air 350"

12188 Clear All Weather requested: external weather discarded

12891 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

13125 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

13453 Advanced Weather Interface Enabled

13938 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

15000 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

16094 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

16235 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

17094 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

18172 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

19188 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

19375 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

20250 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

21313 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

22360 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

22500 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

23422 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

24438 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

25516 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

25610 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

26625 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

27719 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

28735 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

28813 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

29891 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

30969 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

31875 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

32063 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

33063 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

34141 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

34985 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

35250 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

36250 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

37344 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

38110 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

38407 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

39500 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

40516 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

41235 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

41594 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

42594 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

43688 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

44375 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

44750 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

45844 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

46844 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

47516 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

47922 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

49016 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

50016 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

51110 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

52203 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

53203 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

54391 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

55469 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

56563 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

57657 WRITE0 (failed, read-only!) 330A, 2 bytes: EC 03

59235 System time = 21:36:46, FS2004 time = 15:11:42 (19:11Z)

59235 *** FSUIPC log file being closed

Memory managed: 0 Allocs, 3848 Freed

********* FSUIPC Log file closed *** *******

Thanks,

Mark

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Thanks for you response Pete, i upgraded to version 3.74 and I am still getting the Write errors as well. Can you please explain what these write error maybe.

Something is repeatedly trying to connect to FSUIPC without success. It is doing this once per second, roughly.

It looks as if either or both of your FSUIPC and WideFS keys are incorrect. Please ZIP up the FSUIPC.KEY file from the FS Modules folder, and send it to me at petedowson@btconnect.com so I can check.

Pete

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When you are referring to the keys being incorrect is it because of:

User Name="removed"

User Addr="removed"

If so, I removed the original information when pasting.

No I am not referring to that at all. all the indications in the log point to one or other of your Keys being invalid. If you Zip and send me the KEY file as I asked I can cross-check that. I don't find your details in my registration database, but that means nothing as you may have used a different email, and my information is incomplete in any case. Therefore I cannot check without the KEY file.

Pete

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When you are referring to the keys being incorrect

Does the fact that you never bothered to send me your Key file for checking mean that you realised you were in fact using Pirated keys and so hastily withdrew? Or are you on holiday? I'd like to know, please, so I can close this case ...

Pete

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Hi Pete,

Sorry I don't mean to pirate a thread but could this connection thing every second be causing the stuttering on my PC? Is there anyway to know what is connecting (or trying to connect) to FSUIPC during a sim session?

Thanks,

LouP

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Sorry I don't mean to pirate a thread but could this connection thing every second be causing the stuttering on my PC?

In the posters case some program was trying to re-connect every second, but getting invalid responses because FSUIPC was supplied with a bad key.

He could check that simply by deleting his FSUIPC.KEY file, so that his FSUIPC was not (possibly illegally) registered.

Is there anyway to know what is connecting (or trying to connect) to FSUIPC during a sim session?

Not from FSUIPC, since version 3.71 or 3.72 (I forget which), as I removed all the code which was originally used to find out who the calling program was and log it. However, since only add-ons or add-ins ever use FSUIPC, you know what you have.

Are you saying that without FSUIPC you get perfectly smooth operations and that with FSUIPC you get stutters?

Pete

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Hi Pete,

No, I am trying to narrow the problem down. I have contacted Microsoft support and they really did not get anywhere with me. I now think it could be the controller bug but the strange thing is that it only shows up when the default gps is active. When there is no access to the default gps database, the stutters are gone. The other wierd thing is that while I had the stutters, I disabled my joysticks and things appeared to smooth out a bit but I am not 100% convinced its the controller issue yet. I am examining all possibilities. This thread caught my eye as the original poster seemed to have a similar issue going on. It definately feels like there is some communication going on between programs when the problem shows up so I thought that maybe it was fsuipc. I do have a lot of add-ons that access the program such as Active Sky.

LouP 8)

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It definately feels like there is some communication going on between programs when the problem shows up so I thought that maybe it was fsuipc. I do have a lot of add-ons that access the program such as Active Sky.

If there's nothing strange in the FSUIPC.LOG (did you look?) then it's a process of elimination, then. First remove FSUIPC to be sure it is related to an add-on. Then put it back and try without each one in turn.

Of course, always make sure you are using the latest version of FSUIPC. ;-)

Pete

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Hi Pete,

Thank you for your help. I did look in the log before I upgraded as I was getting an error message about an invalid program accessing FSUIPC but that message went away after I upgraded. I will check again tonight and try the sim without FSUIPC and see what happens. Sure hope thats not the issue as I have purchasd quite a few things that depend on it. :P

LouP 8)

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