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GoFlight MCP-PRO and FSUIPC problem in Win7 32bit os


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Hello there,

I' recently bought the GoFlight MCP PRO and connected to my PC using the Software&Drivers from Goflights Site ver. 1.90.4 and i have the FSUIPC ver. 3.96 using FS2004 in Windows 7 32bit OS.

The Problem is when i start the FS9 and choose an default aircraft the MCP lights up normal, but when i start the flight it turns off, what i did was only to touch the MCP's buttons and it lights up and work..

But when I've used the Level D config. first it lights up normal and then it turns off and it doesnt work, i've tryied the previus way but nothing.

Please Advice & Help!!!

Thanks in advanced!!!

Regards

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Please Advice & Help!

Please review the Announcements above, particularly the one called "Updates and other Goodies". I think you'll find your first problem is one of those listed as fixed in the latest interim update available there.

As for the LevelD aircraft, I don't know if the MCP will work on that without a special driver as I think LevelD use their own autopilot. You need to check with the GoFlight website about that.

Regards

Pete

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