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Autosave Date & Time [P3D]

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I have a really odd issue that I don't recall ever seeing before.  I am on P3D version 3.4 and today after a sim crash I went to load the flight from Autosave and there were no files available.  I double checked that FSUIPC was setup correctly (which it was) and the only thing I could find was one file with the date 1/01/01 and time 00:00.  Has anyone else reported this issue and if so is there a fix ?

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1 hour ago, Mark777 said:

 I am on P3D version 3.4 and today after a sim crash I went to load the flight from Autosave and there were no files available.  I double checked that FSUIPC was setup correctly (which it was) and the only thing I could find was one file with the date 1/01/01 and time 00:00.  Has anyone else reported this issue and if so is there a fix ?

Sorry, no. That's very odd. Are you going to the right folder? Look at the FSUIPC4 log file, it will show the correct folder path in the entry starting "FLT UNC PATH = " or similar, right near the beginning.

It is P3D which actually saves the files. FSUIPC merely generates a filename and sends the request.

Pete

 

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FSUIPC was writing to the correct location.

I read on another thread to delete the Prepar3D_default.fxml and Prepar3D_default.wx located in the Appdata\local\Locheed Martin\Prepar3D v3 folder so they can rebuild.  After I did this everything worked as per normal.

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