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Problem with FSUIPC 3.999w (FS9)


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Hello,

I've used FSUIPC for many years prior to my download of 3.999w, which was prompted by an increasing number of occasions whereby I would lose control of the a/c being flown through my CH yoke in mid-flight,..not good.

I ran the .exe file and was told the signature doesn't check with the fsiupc.dll - I checked the "untrusted publisher" suggestion and it's not listed as such.

I now cannot use the CH yoke in fs9 as the only functions working are the buttons (view change etc.).

I've tried to solve it myself for a few weeks but have pretty much given up. Any help would be appreciated.

Rgds

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I've used FSUIPC for many years prior to my download of 3.999w, which was prompted by an increasing number of occasions whereby I would lose control of the a/c being flown through my CH yoke in mid-flight,..not good.

Not sure how you connect that with a need to update FSUIPC. You should keep FSUIPC up to date in any case.

I ran the .exe file and was told the signature doesn't check with the fsiupc.dll

There's a log file produced by the Installer which will clarify what is happening. That is why it is produced. I have no idea otherwise. Please paste the Installer log from your FS Modules folder into a message here.

I now cannot use the CH yoke in fs9 as the only functions working are the buttons (view change etc.).

Again, I cannot see any connection between your problems with FSUIPC and your CH yoke not working. FSUIPC is NOT a hardware driver. It is not and never has been necessary to use CH devices!

I've tried to solve it myself for a few weeks but have pretty much given up. Any help would be appreciated.

A few weeks? Did you never look in the Log to see what was reported?

Sorry, I need information to help.

Regards

Pete

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