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Because of using CLS DC-10 and FSX Acceleration Package and seeing jumpy screens I have been slowly rebuilding my system and illiminate where the problem is.

I haven't installed CLS software yet and have been unable to activate FSUIPC.

I am using Vista Ultimate and I have diabled my software and router firewall and have deleted the FSUIPC.INI file and nothing yet allows me to activate my copy of FSUIPC.

Any ideas?

Do I need to stay away from FSX Acceleration package with FSUIPC?

Please help.

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I haven't installed CLS software yet and have been unable to activate FSUIPC.

What do you actually mean by "Activate"? If you mean "Register", have you followed the instructions in the User Guide? Under Vista there are extra things to be aware of, as stated there.

I am using Vista Ultimate and I have diabled my software and router firewall and have deleted the FSUIPC.INI file and nothing yet allows me to activate my copy of FSUIPC.

The FSUIPC.INI file has nothing to do with Registering it. That file contains all your settings of options and so on.

Do I need to stay away from FSX Acceleration package with FSUIPC?

No, of course not. The Acceleration package (and SP2, when released) installs a much better, more efficient version of SimConnect which helps FSUIPC perform even better -- and it also avoids any problems with firewalls which plagued earlier versions.

Regards

Pete

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