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i recently installed vrs superbug, it installed on my widows 7 lap top but when i opened flight simulator x and choose to fly an f/a 18 hornet a message pops up telling me "failed to connect to fsuipc, (is it installed correctly?) must kill fsx." can someone please help me fix that problem? thank you.

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i recently installed vrs superbug, it installed on my widows 7 lap top but when i opened flight simulator x and choose to fly an f/a 18 hornet a message pops up telling me "failed to connect to fsuipc, (is it installed correctly?) must kill fsx." can someone please help me fix that problem? thank you.

Do you have FSUIPC4 installed? If so, which version? Does the AddOns menu show FSUIPC okay?

I cannot really support other folks' programs, and I've no idea what that add-on is doing, so really you need to go to their support. But if you tell me more about the FSUIPC part, and especially show me the Install Log and FSUIPC4 log files (which you can find in the FSX Modules folder), then I might be able to help with that part. You can paste the files into a message here. Close down FSX first.

Pete

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