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PFC Avionics stack problem with registered FSUIPC


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Dear Pete

I recently purchased a PFC avionics stack to install onto my system. I loaded the drivers including FSUIPC and it seemed to work fine however the minute I registered FSUIPC the radio stack would stop functioning. If I remove the KEY file the radio stack starts to work again but as soon as I try register it again the radio stack stops working again.

I need to use a registered version on FSUIPC to run other switches but I cant seem to figure out why the registered version of FSUIPC wont work with the avionics stack.

I am running FS9 and FSUIPC version 3.999.

Please can you assist me in sorting out this problem.

Kind regards

Christopher

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I recently purchased a PFC avionics stack to install onto my system. I loaded the drivers including FSUIPC and it seemed to work fine however the minute I registered FSUIPC the radio stack would stop functioning. If I remove the KEY file the radio stack starts to work again but as soon as I try register it again the radio stack stops working again.

I need to use a registered version on FSUIPC to run other switches but I cant seem to figure out why the registered version of FSUIPC wont work with the avionics stack.

This will happen if FSUIPC thinks the key is invalid. This will occur either if it is truly invalid or if the computer's date is incorrect and shows that the registration was purchased after the current date. Check the date. If this isn't the answer, close down FS and show me the FSUIPC log file from the Modules folder.

Pete

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