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Before reinstallation of FSPUIC (following warning) I loosed all function for my GF-MCP (lights, switches,knobs, display).

After reinstallation switches and knobs are working correctly but lights and display are still unservicable.

Anybody have a solution?

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You posted a support question in the Download Links subforum, where it won't get answered. I've moved it for you. Please always use the Support Forum for support!

Before reinstallation of FSPUIC (following warning) I loosed all function for my GF-MCP (lights, switches,knobs, display).

After reinstallation switches and knobs are working correctly but lights and display are still unservicable.

There's no change in FSUIPC except for the removal of the signature.

Did you delete your settings? By "I loosed all function ..." do you mean you LOST all functions in previous versions? I don't really understand this wording (loose = not tight).

And what flight simulator are you using -- FS98, FS2000, FS2002, FS2004, FSX or P3D?

How is your GF-MCP driven -- using GoFlight drivers, or by FSUIPC assignments? If the latter, note that FSUIPC does not provide any support directly for any displays or lights, so either you used GFDisaply, or you had a Lua plug-in for it.

If you deleted anything before installing then you probably lost all your settings and registrations. Never delete things when updating, just run the Installer.

Pete

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