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FSUIPC Ver. 7.3.3. Start of programs fails


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Hi from Austria,

since some days programs startet from FSUIPS.INI fail. FSUIPC starts only mainprogram, but no corresponding *.INI files. 

This was since years ok, but I think it depens on 7.3.3.

[Programs]
runif1=READY,KILL,C:\Program Files\IOCards\iocard.exe
 

 

Today I tested an old version (7.0.2) and everything is ok.

 

 

Rgds Hermann

 

 

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2 hours ago, hermann said:

[Programs]
runif1=READY,KILL,C:\Program Files\IOCards\iocard.exe

As the directory name contains spaces, you need to use quotes, i.e.

runif1=READY,KILL,"C:\Program Files\IOCards\iocard.exe"
 

Changes were made as there were issues when using command line arguments to programs that were startted by FSUIPC. Can't remember the version for these changes (but quite a while ago now)  - check the changes file or the history document.

John

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Thanks a lot. 

This was very helpful!!

Best regards: Hermann

 

PS: now I must find the reason, why EXE.xml does not start FSUIPC since some days. 
In the moment I am reading some postings about.

In the moment I start via MSFS.BAT as done before. 
Maybe the reason of non starting is the last MSFS Update.

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22 hours ago, hermann said:

now I must find the reason, why EXE.xml does not start FSUIPC since some days. 
In the moment I am reading some postings about.

If you still have issues with this, attach your EXE.xml and InstallFSUIPC7.log and I will take a look.

22 hours ago, hermann said:

Maybe the reason of non starting is the last MSFS Update.

That shouldn't affect the auto-start.

John

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5 hours ago, John Dowson said:

If you still have issues with this, attach your EXE.xml and InstallFSUIPC7.log and I will take a look.

That shouldn't affect the auto-start.

John

When I start MSFS2020 via your MSFS.bat (unmodified, original as you attached) the autostart of FSUIPC is ok.
When I start MSFS2020 directly, then the autostart of FSUIPC fails. 

But it is no problem for me, to start via MSFS.bat

BRegards Hermann

FSUIPC7.log EXE.xml

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25 minutes ago, hermann said:

When I start MSFS2020 via your MSFS.bat (unmodified, original as you attached) the autostart of FSUIPC is ok.
When I start MSFS2020 directly, then the autostart of FSUIPC fails. 

When you say 'unmodified, original as you attached', what do you mean? I haven't attached anything... Do you mean the one installed, unmodified?
If so, then I don't understand this at all, as all the batch file does is display a splash screen and the start MSFS in the same way as it starts when you start it 'directly'.
Do you have an MSFS Store or steam version? What is the location of your EXE.xml file? I did ask for your InstallFSUIPC7.log file (and not the FSUIPC7.log file), which would tell me this...

Other than that, your EXE.xml looks ok, although the SimBase.Document version is '1.0' and not '1,0' (which is what the FSUIPC7 installer would use), but this shouldn't make a difference.

John

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8 minutes ago, hermann said:

Since some days (Update 9 ?) everything is ok now. It starts w/o problems and w/o MSFS.BAT now.

Ok, thanks for the update. I have no idea what previously prevented FSUIPC7 from starting. Very strange!

John

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