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Run-Time Error 76 when saving a flight plan (solved by user)


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Hi guys,

 

I am experiencing a problem while attempting to save a Flight Plan that I have created in FSC.

After I clicked on Save (or Save as) in the menu, I have this message:"Run-time error 76. Path not found"

And immediately after, FSC crashes.

Can you help?

Thanks

Bruno

 

My system:

 

1. FS X Deluxe SP2
2. FSUIPC* / WideFS paid
3. FS Commander V9.6 Rev 1 / Database Manager v2.6.0.157

4. SimMarket of the AIRAC Cycle 1601
5. Download version from website
6. Operating System (Windows 7/64)

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Hi Bruno,

In order to ensure that we are talking about identical versions, please upgrade now to the latest version.

http://www.fscommander.com/files/fsc96upgrade.zip

 

If this problem occurs after the update again, send me immediately the complete folder /SUPPORT to my e-mail address.

Can I assume that you have read the manual !?

Especially chapter 5.4. Saving and loading flight plan !?
Surely you have also compared your settings with the screenshots of the PATHS settings window !?

 

Regards,

Volker

 

 

 

 

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Hi Volker,

I could solve the issue, only with an once of reflection :???:

I am running FSC on a separate computer and the one where FSX and relevant folders are installed was unfortunately not switched on :oops:  :oops:  :oops:

Sorry for having bothered for that...

 

:mrgreen: So guys, do not attempt to save a Flight Plan in the folder of a down computer :mrgreen:

Regards

Bruno

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