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FSUIPC [Programs] no longer starting with FSX


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Had this in FSUIPC4.ini :

 

[Programs]
RunIf1=CLOSE,E:\Fraps\fraps.exe
RunIf2=CLOSE,C:\OpusFSX\FSXSERVER.EXE
RunIf3=CLOSE,G:\Utilities\FSX Fiber Accelerator\FSX Fiber Accelerator.exe
RunIf4=CLOSE,G:\Utilities\AI smooth\AISmooth.exe
RunIf5=KILL,E:\ASNext_FSX\ASNext.exe

 

Used to work just fine...Now only one program (AISmooth) starts. All programs start fine on their own when launched manually.

 

Any idea why this stopped working folks ?

 

Error log:

    94427 FSUIPC couldn't run: "E:\Fraps\fraps.exe" [Error=740]
    94443 FSUIPC couldn't run: "C:\OpusFSX\FSXSERVER.EXE" [Error=740]
    94459 FSUIPC couldn't run: "G:\Utilities\FSX Fiber Accelerator\FSX Fiber Accelerator.exe" [Error=740]
    94459 Run: "G:\Utilities\AI smooth\AISmooth.exe"
    94474 FSUIPC couldn't run: "E:\ASNext_FSX\ASNext.exe" [Error=740]

 

Thanks

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Any idea why this stopped working folks ?

 

Error log:

    94427 FSUIPC couldn't run: "E:\Fraps\fraps.exe" [Error=740]

    94443 FSUIPC couldn't run: "C:\OpusFSX\FSXSERVER.EXE" [Error=740]

    94459 FSUIPC couldn't run: "G:\Utilities\FSX Fiber Accelerator\FSX Fiber Accelerator.exe" [Error=740]

    94459 Run: "G:\Utilities\AI smooth\AISmooth.exe"

    94474 FSUIPC couldn't run: "E:\ASNext_FSX\ASNext.exe" [Error=740]

 

Why not do as I did and look up Windows error 740? I just Googled it and found:

"Create Process Failed code 740 The requested operation requires elevation"

In other words you are either running FS in elevated administrator mode ("... as administrator"), or the programs which failed are set to run in that mode. A process at one privilege level cannot create one in a different level.

 

Looks like AISmooth.exe was the only exception.

 

Just set everything to run at the same privilege level. Unless you have allowed FS to install in "Program Files" then there should never be any need to run anything "as administrator", except for Installers, but they usually manage to acquire that level in any case.

 

[EDIT]

Ah, I see Reinhard gave the answer more succinctly already! ;-)

 

Pete

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