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FSUIPC7 runtime error 0x000007b


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Which SimConnect.dll are you using - the one from the MSFS SDK? If so, are you sure that it is located in the installation folder, next to the FSUIPC7.exe?

If you are using the correct dll, (and not a 32-bit version from another SimConnect SDK), then please see https://ugetfix.com/ask/how-to-fix-application-unable-to-start-error-0x000007b/

 

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Hi,

I'm stuck with this problem. I have done every step that I found from google . I tried to analyze that and found this error message:"Error: At least one file was not a 32-bit or 64-bit Windows module."  I found out that the wrong file is MSFSWITHFSUIPC7.BAT. How can I fix that?

My registeration key is not working either.

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8 hours ago, lauri1526 said:

I'm stuck with this problem

Really? This problem relates to an old issue when the SimConnect.dll file was required to be installed. This has not been required for at least 3 months, so this is certaibly not your issue.

8 hours ago, lauri1526 said:

At least one file was not a 32-bit or 64-bit Windows module."  I found out that the wrong file is MSFSWITHFSUIPC7.BAT. How can I fix that?

Its a batch file, of course its not either 32 or 64 bit, but works on both systems (although FSUIPC7 is obviously 64 bit).

Sorry, but I have no idea what your problem is. I suggest you at least read the provided documentation (Installation and Registration guide + the README.txt) and if you are still having issues then check the forums and post again giving details of your issue.

8 hours ago, lauri1526 said:

My registeration key is not working either.

Did you use exactly the same details as provided by SimMarket? Did you click the Register button? If so, what did the pop-up say when you did this? If not, do that.

I am closing this topic.

John

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