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Prepar3d V4 Crashes after installing FSUIPC

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Hello all!

When I open Prepar3d V4, it loads the splash screen disappears, and acts like it isn't even open.

In the task manager, it shows it's open and running. I found out if I take out the FSUIPC .dll file from the modules folder,

and reload Prepar3d, it opens perfectly, but FSUIPC isn't running.  

 I have:

1. Deleted the Prepar3d files in the Local,Roaming, and Program Data.

2. Run Prepar3d in admin mode

3. Reinstalled Prepar3d V4

Thanks in advanced!

Edited by VicoLee
Needed correction

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I just came across some info on the forum (http://forum.simflight.com/topic/84720-fsuipc-for-p3dv40/) saying that FSUIPC doesn't work with the V4 (except the older versions of FSUIPC) 

I just found out that V4.1 is a free update for the academic license, so I'm in luck.

This should clear it up! 

Hopefully it can download with my 1.5 MBPS download speed :\

Thanks anyway :)

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yes FSUIPC5.122 will need P3Dv4.1 or later. Normally you don't need to update the full installation, just the Client. Check the Update guide from P3Dv4 which modules you need to update.


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I don't think so, I didn't here about that step, so maybe I could uninstall Prepar3d completely, than install V4.1 from scratch.

It's worth a try.

Thanks :)

Edited by VicoLee
need clarification

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