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most commonly caused by not using "run as" administrator on windows 7 and vista. right mouse click the rcv4.exe or shortcut, and clicking run as administrator. logging in as administrator doesn't cut it.if you get run time error 75's after a few minutes of normal flight, then it is probably one of the anti-virus programs below cutting off access to write to rc's directory.below you will find changes to Kapersky and Norton antivirus programs to eliminate random run time error 75's.jd

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>I'll do that next for RC4, with Kaspersky switched on, and see>how that goes.And indeed that fixes it. For any Kaspersky users out there, 'Settings''Threats and Exclusions''Trusted Zone''Trusted Applications'and adding RC as a trusted application will do the trick.Petraeus

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thanks to "watcher" who delved into norton antivirus, and solved the run time error 75 errors when running norton I have been busy running various tests to try to sort out what needs to be done on my system to resolve the 75 error. What I have so far found after having run various tests is that several things need to be done when running Norton Internet Security, which includes antivirus and realtime protection. First I had to write specific rules to ensure that the locahost connection was not interfered wih. Then I had to set exclusions from realtime protection. This is sort of like a trust. I found that excluding just the RC executable was not enough. It was only after I excluded both RC directories that I had any success. So far I have managed to complete one flight from EGNT to EGLL without a 75 error. Will do more testing to make sure that it is not a fluke. I suspect that the communications are being stacked in one of these directories, requiring a write into a temporary file or stack located there. Please correct me if I am wrong in this assumption. In the midst of all this the USB hub on which my MPanel is located finally died so that delayed me considerably.

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thanks to "watcher" who delved into norton antivirus, and solved the run time error 75 errors when running norton I have been busy running various tests to try to sort out what needs to be done on my system to resolve the 75 error. What I have so far found after having run various tests is that several things need to be done when running Norton Internet Security, which includes antivirus and realtime protection. First I had to write specific rules to ensure that the locahost connection was not interfered wih. Then I had to set exclusions from realtime protection. This is sort of like a trust. I found that excluding just the RC executable was not enough. It was only after I excluded both RC directories that I had any success. So far I have managed to complete one flight from EGNT to EGLL without a 75 error. Will do more testing to make sure that it is not a fluke. I suspect that the communications are being stacked in one of these directories, requiring a write into a temporary file or stack located there. Please correct me if I am wrong in this assumption. In the midst of all this the USB hub on which my MPanel is located finally died so that delayed me considerably.

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For those of us who have less technical expertise, could you give us a step-by-step guide for eliminating the Norton Anti-virus runtime 75 errors?I think I've played around enough with Norton to be able to write the rules required for the .exe part of the equation. What I'm not sure of is how to write the rules in Norton for the local host to work properly.Thanks in advance.Slugger

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Im using Norton Anti virus 2010, I have never had to do anything, and have never had a runtime 75 error. I know the security suite has alot of advanced firewall protection same with Norton 360 . But the I just have anti virus and spyware, it does not have any of these firewall settings.

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Hi I have just changed to FSX loaded Radar Contact ok,untill I came to use it and I too have the message Runtime error 75 Radar Contact fsuipc.rcv4 code I am using Microsoft Essentials security can anyone help me rectify this problem Thanking you David (DS5)

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Hi I have just changed to FSX loaded Radar Contact ok,untill I came to use it and I too have the message Runtime error 75 Radar Contact fsuipc.rcv4 code I am using Microsoft Essentials security can anyone help me rectify this problem Thanking you David (DS5)
I'm using MSE with XP SP3 on a WideFS setup and have no problems. Please post details of your OS and if you run RC and FSX on a single machine or via WideFS. Please also post the version number of FSUIPC4.If you're running Windows7 you may have to await JD's return unless someone else with W7 knowledge can assist.Later: If you have installed FSX to the default path of C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator and are running Vista or W7 it is in all probability a permissions issue writing to that path. I would always recommend you install to C:\FSX to avoid this problem. Vista / W7 does restrict you saving to that protected area.

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I'm using MSE with XP SP3 on a WideFS setup and have no problems. Please post details of your OS and if you run RC and FSX on a single machine or via WideFS. Please also post the version number of FSUIPC4.If you're running Windows7 you may have to await JD's return unless someone else with W7 knowledge can assist.Later: If you have installed FSX to the default path of C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator and are running Vista or W7 it is in all probability a permissions issue writing to that path. I would always recommend you install to C:\FSX to avoid this problem. Vista / W7 does restrict you saving to that protected area.
Hi Ray and others,I have just set up a computer for a bridge club and we use Microsoft Security Essentials instead of AVG free and Norton due to the less invasive nature of the Microsoft offering.I have read that unless you follow the practice which Ray has written about,and always right click and run as administrator errors will appear on a regular basis on differing programs.Norman Bowman

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I'm using MSE with XP SP3 on a WideFS setup and have no problems. Please post details of your OS and if you run RC and FSX on a single machine or via WideFS. Please also post the version number of FSUIPC4.If you're running Windows7 you may have to await JD's return unless someone else with W7 knowledge can assist.Later: If you have installed FSX to the default path of C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator and are running Vista or W7 it is in all probability a permissions issue writing to that path. I would always recommend you install to C:\FSX to avoid this problem. Vista / W7 does restrict you saving to that protected area.
hI Ray I am Trying to run RC with FSX my FSUIPC Ver is 4.30 and my O.S is Intel i7 930 2.80Ghz CPUMSI X58 PRO Motherboard6Gb Corsair TR3 Tri Channel Memory 1600MhzSamsung 1 Terrabyte 32Mb Cache HDD SATANvidia GTX 480 DDR5 Pcie 1GB GraphicsOn Board 7.1 Stereo SoundGigabit LanFirewireSuperior 750w PSUWindows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit Cheers David

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David,MSE won't be the reason for your problem. You need to right-click the RC shortcut and choose "Run as Administrator". Have you tried that? If you have and it didn't work I can't offer any more advice as I don't have W7. But I suspect it will work for you as it has for others.FSUIPC4 is now up to v4.6 which you can get here although it won't solve your problem.

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David,MSE won't be the reason for your problem. You need to right-click the RC shortcut and choose "Run as Administrator". Have you tried that? If you have and it didn't work I can't offer any more advice as I don't have W7. But I suspect it will work for you as it has for others.FSUIPC4 is now up to v4.6 which you can get here although it won't solve your problem.
Thanks Ray I have right-clicked on RC shortcut and choose run as Administrator and I got the registration screen as though I had not registered it so I got another code and entered it thinking I had cracked it WRONG still have the same problem, I just don't know what I am doing wrong . any way thanks again David(DS5)

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Thanks Ray I have right-clicked on RC shortcut and choose run as Administrator and I got the registration screen as though I had not registered it so I got another code and entered it thinking I had cracked it WRONG still have the same problem, I just don't know what I am doing wrong . any way thanks again David(DS5)
David,I've been in Spain for the last week. Are you still having registration problems? Please post details so we can get you sorted out.

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Anyone figured out the runtime 75 error for Norton? I see no solution here. From about 2 weeks i have not been able to complete a single flight without this error. it occurs everytime about 10 minutes from departure. I admit that it slowly gets on my nerves... Before I have been able to use the software for over 8 months without single error...

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Anyone figured out the runtime 75 error for Norton? I see no solution here. From about 2 weeks i have not been able to complete a single flight without this error. it occurs everytime about 10 minutes from departure. I admit that it slowly gets on my nerves... Before I have been able to use the software for over 8 months without single error...
If the problem has only started in the last 2 weeks then you must have changed something on your system. What has changed?
it occurs everytime about 10 minutes from departure.
Do you mean 10 minutes after taking off? That is strange. Most problems related to r/time error 75 prevent RC from even starting.

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Maybe it was 76? however JD suggested me that pershaps my flt/wx path is not correct - this could be true. I made necessary change as the actual line ther said =0 so it means that it was not assigned. One clarification - this path is the one where the FSX plight plans are saved? What if i use FSCommander and path is different? Still has to be the one for FSX?

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Maybe it was 76? however JD suggested me that pershaps my flt/wx path is not correct - this could be true. I made necessary change as the actual line ther said =0 so it means that it was not assigned. One clarification - this path is the one where the FSX plight plans are saved? What if i use FSCommander and path is different? Still has to be the one for FSX?
RC needs to know the location of your FSX flight plans. If that path is incorrect, missing or not accessible because of lack of permissions then you will get run-time error 75. If the entry say's =0 then RC doesn't know the plan folder.RC is not interested in FS Commander plans. You must point it to the FSX ones.

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most commonly caused by not using "run as" administrator on windows 7 and vista. right mouse click the rcv4.exe or shortcut, and clicking run as administrator. logging in as administrator doesn't cut it.if you get run time error 75's after a few minutes of normal flight, then it is probably one of the anti-virus programs below cutting off access to write to rc's directory.below you will find changes to Kapersky and Norton antivirus programs to eliminate random run time error 75's.jd
I have a similar problem with "Run-time error '76': Radar Contact.fsuipc.rv4code." Radar Contact quits after a period. I have tried the above fix, telling my AVG to recognize files in my Modules and RCV4 directories, but the problem remains.I get a similar error message: "Run-time error '76': RadarContact.fsuipc.rcv4code". Radar Contact quits after a period. I have tried the fix of telling my AVG Resident Shield to recognize files from my Modules and RV4 directories but the problem still occurs. I don't want to shut down my virus protection while running RC because other addons are using the internet.

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Hi,I am also Having problems with runtime error 75,it will not let me start RC4.I have tried all of the suggested remedies in this thread to no avail.I have only recently installed RC4 into Vista/FSX and have not been able to get RC to run yet.It is very frustrating,nothing seems to cure the problem.I am a73 y.o and not exactly well up in the depths of software fault finding.I tried running as administrator only to be asked to re-register.I also pointed rc to my .flt location,also to no avail.I have the current registered version of fsuicp.I really hope you can help as I feel I am spending far too much time trying to repair software and not using my hobby as it should be used eg. Flight Simulation.Regards Alan

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When I run the rcv4.exe as admin it asks for a registration code whereas if I run it without admin privalages it doesn't ask for as registration code at startup. What's the problem here?*Edit*: Nevermind I have now fixed it but thanks anyway

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Hi all, My problems are similar to others - I am following all of the advice on this thread, but to no avail. I believe that my problem is linked to the sound of RC, because if I press the 'test' button in general settings I get the error - or if I don't test, and go direct to fsx, the minute I try to use rc (i.e. for ground clearance), the program freezes up! I am running Windows 7 (64), FSX, fsuipc is up to date, McAfee virus protection (don't hate me...it came free with the computer). Let me know if you need any more info than that. This is a little frustrating, not helped by the fact that the manual is completely lacking in anything related to fsx. Would love to get to the bottom of this very quickly!

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I have had radar contact for almost a year running on MSXP. I have now upgraded to Windows 7. I installed RCv4 and now get a error 75 message FSUIPC rcv4. I have upgraded to the lateest FSUIPC for FS9. I tried running as Adm. but if I do it ask me for my key again. I'm very fruastrated at this point since I've upgraded over a week ago and have re-installed windows and everything else, but still cant't get rcv4 to run.

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I'm having the same problem with Windows 7 and RCv4. It gives me the error message when I clik the speaker icon in the general options menu next to the airline name box. Please help!

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Hi  folks,

 

 

  I did not have the error 75 before I switched to Norton. Now I am unable to run RV4.I looked into this forum topic but could not find any

fixes for the Norton caused error.Could anyone redirect me to the solution?Thanks

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Evening gents

 

I have been trying for a couple of weeks to get RC running, I attempt to run the rebuild scenery DB, I have tried entering both C:\PROGRAM FILES (X86)\MICROSOFT GAMES\MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR X and also C:\Users\Paul\Documents\Flight Simulator X Files.  The first is where my actual FSX.exe points to and the second is where my flight plans are located as I have seen mention of that above. I then get the first Makerway dialog box, when I click ok to run the database builder I then get the run-time error 75, with an additional message of Path/File access error.

 

I am running the latest Makerway.exe and my Fsuipc4 version is File version 4.1.2.0 and Product version 4.12.

 

Any thoughts gents on how to rectify this?

 

Kind Regards

 

Paul

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