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hello i have the latest version installed on my main comp (win 7 64bit) w/fsx im trying to install it also on my xp sp3 computer that is the client (no fsx) it asks me the path to fsx when i direct it to my fsx (C:fsx) after i click open the screen dissapears and thats it nothing else happens doesnt install

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hello i have the latest version installed on my main comp (win 7 64bit) w/fsx im trying to install it also on my xp sp3 computer that is the client (no fsx) it asks me the path to fsx when i direct it to my fsx (C:fsx) after i click open the screen dissapears and thats it nothing else happens doesnt install

Er, WHAT is the program you are talking about, of which you have the "latest version"? You need to actually say what you are talking about. If you mean FSUIPC4, then this is an FS module. It can only be installed into FS. Also please never just say "latest version" as it means nothing. Provide the version number.

If you are wanting to extend the FSUIPC application interface onto other PCs on a Network, then you need to purchase WideFS. Then, as Andy says, it is only Wideclient.EXE which is run on the client PC. There is no installer for that, you simply place it wherever you want.

Regards

Pete

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wow sorry to catch you on a bad night i thought latest version stood for lateset version number

Bad night? What bad night?

You never actually mentioned what program you were talking about till now!

The reason "latest version" is meaningless is because it only represents the latest version you've noticed, and that depends where you looked last! I've had folks say "latest version" when the one they were using was over a year and 12 versions out of date! The ONLY correct references are (1) name of program, and (2) version number.

It isn't so difficult, really!

Pete

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