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Adding Prepar3d to my FSUIPC licemce

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Hi everyone,

 

I've just purchased Prepar3d and want to know how to get my currently registered copy of FSUIPC (originally purchased and used with FSX) to work with Prepar3d. Am I able to use the same licence with both products? How do I make this happen? Can I keep the existing configs that I developed for FSX with Prepar3d?

 

Many thanks for the help.

 

Cheers

 

Warwick

 

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Hi,

Prepar3Dv up to v3 works with FSUIPC4 as FSX/FSX-SE does. But Prepar3Dv4 requires FSUIPC5, what is a new product as it had to match the 64 Bit structure of P3Dv4.

So you will need to buy a new licence of FSUIPC5 for Prepar3Dv4. If you have a licence for WideFS7 that will work as well with FSUIPC5 , doesn't require to buy a licence again.

Your current settings from FSX you keep by just renaming the file from FSUIPC4.ini to FSUIPC5.ini. Make sure you have in the FSUIPC4.ini file the setting AutoAssignLetters= set to Yes.

Thomas

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G'day Thomas,

 

Thanks for that, I've purchased a new licence and seem to be up and running ok.

 

Cheers


Warwick

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