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Squawkbox: FSUIPC cannot be initialized+FSACARS error

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Dear Sir,

I have FSUIPC installed and registered 3.93

I downloaded the latest squawkbox version 4

When I start FS , it says "Squawkbox Message: FSUIPC cannot be intialized. Please re-install FSUIPC and start again"

I downloaded FSUIPC from your web page again, and re installed it.....again it gave the same error.

FSACARS, is also not connecting with FS. It keeps asking "Plane at departure airport?"

Thanks in advance......

here is the log;

********* FSUIPC, Version 3.93 by Pete Dowson *********

Running on Windows Version 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 2

Verifying Certificate for "D:\FS 9\MODULES\FSUIPC.dll" now ...

SUCCESS! Signature verifies okay!

Running inside FS2004(original release)

User Name="XXXXXXX"

User Addr="XXXXXXX"

FSUIPC Key is provided

WIDEFS not user registered, or expired

Module base=61000000



InitDelay: 0 seconds




11123 System time = 29/11/2009 22:43:46

11123 D:\FS 9\

11138 System time = 29/11/2009 22:43:46, FS2004 time = 12:00:00 (00:00Z)

296932 C:\Users\Owner\Documents\Flight Simulator Files\AA 1472.flt

297447 AIRCRAFT\CLS_A36R_GE\A300-600R-GE-CF6-80C2A5.air

297478 Aircraft="Commerical Level Simulations - Airbus A300-600R - CLS house AMERICAN"

343670 Advanced Weather Interface Enabled

411749 AIRCRAFT\c182\Cessna182S.air

411764 Aircraft="Cessna Skylane 182S Paint2"

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When I start FS , it says "Squawkbox Message: FSUIPC cannot be intialized. Please re-install FSUIPC and start again"


here is the log

Unfortunately it is incomplete. Please close FS first THEN show me the complete log.

Note that the most likely reason for lack of connection between FSUIPC and client programs is running FS and those programs at different privilege levels. If you run FS "as administrator" then you must run all client programs the same way. If you run FS normally, you should run the programs the same way.

Windows blocks communications via data exchanges between programs at different privilege levels. It's in the name of "security".


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