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Fresh Installation Of MSFS FSUIPC shortcut doesn't start Sim and Add-Ons


Peter Kaminski

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Hi John/Pete

I reinstalled my previous installation of MSFS and Installed fresh, then I installed FSUIPC after installing add-ons and all addons and fsuipc were launching with this script included in FSUIPC installation until it suddanly stopped. Please help. I did a post earlier on but it seamed didn't rectify. Well it did but then suddenly stopped launching programs from EXE.XML

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9 minutes ago, Peter Kaminski said:

Could you explain me how this code in this msfs.bat is working, maybe this will throw some light to my issue.

The msfs.bat only displays a splash screen and starts MSFS. It does nothing else. You can, howver, modify this file to also start fsuipc7 if having auto-start issues.

Please see the following FAQ entry on FSUIPC7 auto-start issues: 

 

John

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where can I find this message?

 

Error loading EXE.xml file: <path-to-EXE.xml-file>
**** Auto-start of FSUIPC7 with MSFS will not be enabled ****
**** To resolve, remove or rename this file and re-install:  <path-to-EXE.xml-file>****

Error re-loading EXE.xml file after removing FSUIPC7 entry: <path-to-EXE.xml-file>

'SimBase.Document' not found in EXE.xml file: <path-to-EXE.xml-file>

 

is this from log of MSFS somewhere? if it is where is location of it?

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1 hour ago, Peter Kaminski said:

Error loading EXE.xml file: <path-to-EXE.xml-file>
**** Auto-start of FSUIPC7 with MSFS will not be enabled ****
**** To resolve, remove or rename this file and re-install:  <path-to-EXE.xml-file>****

Error re-loading EXE.xml file after removing FSUIPC7 entry: <path-to-EXE.xml-file>

'SimBase.Document' not found in EXE.xml file: <path-to-EXE.xml-file>

 

is this from log of MSFS somewhere? if it is where is location of it?

This is from the InstallFSUIPC7.log file and indicates that your EXE.xml file is corrupt.

1 hour ago, Peter Kaminski said:

Where can I find all these error coz not in this installFSUIPC.log ?

I don't understand this - where did you find those errors if not in the InstallFSUIPC7.log file?

1 hour ago, Peter Kaminski said:

I did find in my UserCfg.opt (look for exe.xml) so I could find what path is to this file but I didn't get enything - result was 0. is this correct or should I find something there looking for exe.xml ?

I don't understand this - what has the UserCfg.opt file got to do with this?

1 hour ago, Peter Kaminski said:

Could it be due to I installed MTL Installer for IVAO? coz I think this is a time frame more less when that could happen. Now my sim has problems with closing as well

Yes, that could have corrupted your EXE.xml.

Everything you need to know to correct this issue is in the FAQ entry I referenced in my original comment on this issue. If you are having difficulties with this, please post/attach your EXE.xml and I can take a look. Also attach your InstallFSUIPC7.log file.

John

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Yes John, it helped me a lot and I found in event viewer and in security tab of LocalCashe Account Unknown
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Not sure what was here before so I could rectify it.
The event viewer point me here as I so permission issue in System logs
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In Application logs I found this Fenixbootstrapper as faulty application but if there is no permissions then it might be it. 
John if you could help me find out what was instead this unknown user?

 

 

 

 

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Sorry but I do not understand your last post at all. Why are you looking at the event viewer? And I know nothing about the fenixbootstrapper - suggest you talk to fenix if you have issues with that.

As I said in my previous post, if you want help auto-starting FSUIPC7, show me your EXE.xml and your InstallFSUIPC7.log file.

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