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G'day guy's wondering if anyone can help.

I just went to do a config in my fsuipc config which usaully resides in my module folder.

Not there i eventully found it in my c drive, doco, flightsimulators folder.

No probs just delete it and put back in module folder.

well as many times i delete from my docos flightsim folder it keeps taking it out of the module folder and putting it back into the my doco flightsim folder

this is driving me nuts has any one got any ideas

thanks in advance

cheers mark

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G'day guy's wondering if anyone can help.

I just went to do a config in my fsuipc config which usaully resides in my module folder.

Not there i eventully found it in my c drive, doco, flightsimulators folder.

No probs just delete it and put back in module folder.

well as many times i delete from my docos flightsim folder it keeps taking it out of the module folder and putting it back into the my doco flightsim folder

this is driving me nuts has any one got any ideas

I have to guess here as you aren't specific. Could it be you are running FS2004 or before? With a possibly out of date version of FSUIPC? And on Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8?

If so, do two things

(1) make sure you are using the latest version of FSUIPC3 (3.999z), and

(2) in the properties of the desktop icon you are using to start FS (right click on it for these), choose Compatibility, and set it to run in XP compatibility mode.

The problem arises because FS2004 was written before Vista and doesn't understand about the Program Files protections then applied. FSUIPC is doing what it has to to survive correctly in such an environment.

Pete

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