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Can't save my FPL. (answered)

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Hello Frans,

How did you know that you can not save the flight plan?
Is there an error message?
If yes, what is the content of this message!
Post a screenshot here that displays your path settings..
And especially important ... read and answer here:

https://forum.simflight.com/topic/60271-important-everyone-please-read/

Volker

 

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On 8/21/2018 at 12:37 PM, Volker Heine said:

Hello Frans,

How did you know that you can not save the flight plan?
Is there an error message?
If yes, what is the content of this message!
Post a screenshot here that displays your path settings..
And especially important ... read and answer here:

https://forum.simflight.com/topic/60271-important-everyone-please-read/

Volker

 

Hello

here the info you asked for.

Prepar3d v4.3

FSUIPC 5.13

NO NETWORK

FSC V9.7

AIRAC 1809

Dwld from your website.

OS WIN10(64)

3 monitors.

When i want to save the FPL I get this msg.

Error in writing FSC plan(#76-Path not found)

i have:

P3D fpl,s C:\users\Frans\Documents\P33d v4 files.

C:\users\Frans\AppData\Roaming\IVAO\IVAP\flights.

I can't put Simulator P3d though inC:

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Hello Frans,

I can not verify your problem.
There is no error message when flight plans are saved.
 

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FSC V9.7

The version is not enough!

The question is:  FS Commander and Database Manager which version / revision and build used
I asked also for ...
Post a screenshot here that displays your path settings.

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Error in writing FSC plan(#76-Path not found)

It also lacks the information about the FSCommander Flight plan path!!!

If the error message appears, close the FSCommander and send me the complete folder /SUPPORT to my e-mail address.
The address can be found here www.fscommander.com .
By the way ... Are you sure that the FSCommander is started as admininstartor?

Volker

 

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19 hours ago, Volker Heine said:

Hello Frans,

I can not verify your problem.
There is no error message when flight plans are saved.
 

The version is not enough!

The question is:  FS Commander and Database Manager which version / revision and build used
I asked also for ...
Post a screenshot here that displays your path settings.

It also lacks the information about the FSCommander Flight plan path!!!

If the error message appears, close the FSCommander and send me the complete folder /SUPPORT to my e-mail address.
The address can be found here www.fscommander.com .
By the way ... Are you sure that the FSCommander is started as admininstartor?

Volker

 

Hello

Is it not admin rights when i start it from the taskbar.

 

Frans

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Hello Frans,
 
Your screenshot shows the path
 
C:\aerosoft\FSC9\flightplan\FSC for the FlightSim Commander

The FlightSim Commander is but according to the protocol of 25-8-2018 09:39:54 installed in Application path:
D:\aerosoft\FSC9\
 
The difference can not be overlooked.

In case of incorrect settings by the user, I can't help.
 
Regards,
Volker
 

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On 8/26/2018 at 2:26 PM, Volker Heine said:
Hello Frans,
 
Your screenshot shows the path
 
😄\aerosoft\FSC9\flightplan\FSC for the FlightSim Commander

The FlightSim Commander is but according to the protocol of 25-8-2018 09:39:54 installed in Application path:
😧\aerosoft\FSC9\
 
The difference can not be overlooked.

In case of incorrect settings by the user, I can't help.
 
Regards,
Volker
 

Problem solved

 

thx

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