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hello there,until today my AS 2004.5 worked absolutely fine, but now it takes ages to write station data to FS2004. a had a look at my AS2004 log file and I found this:Waiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCTimeout waiting for FSUIPC to accept weather writeRetrying FSUIPC write...Wx LOC Write for K0W8- Data Check on Temp/Dew: 11/ 8Waiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPCWaiting for FSUIPC...it takes AS2004.5 about 30 seconds for each weather station to update. I cleared my FSUIPC weather settings (3.40) and set the FS weather theme to "clear". if anyone has an idea why this suddenly happened or what is causing the problem feel free to anwser this thread.thanks a lotregardsNic

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Purchased AS2004.5 yesterday and am having the same problem. "writing station data" takes far too long! I havn't been able to use AS becasue it continually is in writing data mode.Question: where do I find the AS2004 log file? I have tried, up dating FSUIPC to 3.41 as deleting ini file as suggested, but till have the problem. Can someone please help.ThanksAston

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Hi Aston,Sorry you are having trouble. There is no AS2004log file. It was the FSUIPC log file that was posted. That is not going to tell us much about this anyway.Things to try:See if anti-virus is working while the write is going on.Make sure FS is not paused.What airport is your default?How long does your writing take?Hope this helps,JimActiveSky Supporthttp://www.hifisim.com/images/as2004proudsupporter.jpg

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Hi,Actually recently an AS2004.log file was implemented, and that is what was originally posted...The log is indicating that FS9 is not responding to station writes properly. If you are wideFS you want to make sure you're on the latest version and take a look at your network setup. If not wideFS, there is something else going on...Ideally you should not get any "timeout" messages in the as2004.log file except in certain situations where FS might be busy. In this case one or two timeouts per write session is ok, but not every single write attempt... Indeed you need to make sure that FS is not paused/slewed and that a flight is loaded so FS can accept writes quicker.Please advise of your progress, if you are unable to fix it please give us more details about your setup, other add-ons, etc. Thanks!

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It also might help to look at the FSUIPC.LOG file in the modules folder to see if any errors are slowing the system.It is highly recommended not to fly in a speeded up rate of the sim so all the external programs can keep up and similarly FS can absorb the external info.

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Tried everything. Disabled my Anti virus software, FS9 not paused, My default airport is PANC, but have used other airports and have same problem. have uninstalled and reinstalled about 8 times now. Same problem. First reinstal fixed the problem, but after I shut down fs9 and restarted it, the problem came back.Please help.

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I ran a FSUIPC log. These are the results:Please advise, Thanks34078 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34265 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34265 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34265 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34265 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34453 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34453 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34453 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34453 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34640 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34640 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34640 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34640 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34828 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34828 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34828 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34828 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35015 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35015 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35015 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35015 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35203 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35203 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35203 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35203 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35390 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35390 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35390 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35390 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35578 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35578 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35578 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E

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here it is: It goes on for a while, but simply continues to repeat. I have included the begining portion.Thanks in advance.********* FSUIPC, Version 3.41 by Pete Dowson *********Running inside FS2004 (FS9.1 CONTROLS.DLL, FS9.1 WEATHER.DLL)User Name="aston wright"User Addr="cimanera@hotmail.com"FSUIPC Key is providedWIDEFS not user registered, or expiredModule base=61000000ClassOptions: UIPCMAIN=FF7F, FS98MAIN=FF7F, FS2KMAIN=FF5EWeatherOptions(Orig)=40003605[40003605]InitDelay: 0 secondsWeatherReadInterval=4LogOptions=00000003DebugStatus=15 8390 System time = 20:35:41 8390 *VIS* SM: Min=0.00, MaxRny=0.00, MaxOvc=0.00, MaxCld=0.00, MaxClr=0.00, Upper=60.00, FT: LwrAlt=0, UppAlt=25000 8390 C:Program FilesMicrosoft GamesFlight Simulator 9 8390 System time = 20:35:41, FS2004 time = 12:00:00 (00:00Z) 21656 C:Documents and SettingsmeMy DocumentsFlight Simulator Filesbaron at panc.flt 21765 AIRCRAFTbeech_baron_58Beech_Baron_58.air 22484 Aircraft="Beech Baron 58" 31390 Client Application: "AS2004" (Id=3040) 31390 C:Program FilesMicrosoft GamesFlight Simulator 9ModulesActiveSky2004AS2004.exe 31390 Product="ActiveSky2004" 31390 Company="HiFi Simulation Software" 32515 NW_DYNAMICS command, setting weather dynamics = 0 32531 Module "ActiveRadar.dll" access registration is okay 32593 NW_CLEAR weather command received 32953 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 32953 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 32953 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 00000000 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 32953 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 33140 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 33140 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 33140 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FF60F EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 33140 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 33328 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 33328 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 33328 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FF60F EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 33328 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 33515 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 33515 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 33515 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FF60F EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 33515 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 33703 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 33703 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 33703 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FF60F EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 33703 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 33890 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 33890 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 33890 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FF60F EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 33890 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34078 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34078 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34078 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FF60F EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34078 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34265 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34265 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34265 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34265 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34453 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34453 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34453 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34453 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34640 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34640 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34640 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34640 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 34828 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 34828 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 34828 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 34828 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35015 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35015 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35015 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35015 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35203 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35203 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35203 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFA74 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35203 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35390 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35390 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35390 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35390 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35578 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35578 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35578 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35578 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35765 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35765 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35765 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35765 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 35953 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 35953 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 35953 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 35953 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 36140 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 36140 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 36140 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 36140 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N 36328 ***ERROR C0000005 at 21136280 ChainedProcFF 36328 *** Access violation trying to write address 821C45CA 36328 *** EAX 21136280 EBX 00000000 ECX 21150000 EDX 000FFED9 EDI 6108E362 ESI 00000001 36328 Stack -1 (00000000) = 0042CB71, Bad=N

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FWIW I had the same error messages when FS9 froze. In my case it was inappropriate cloud textures from High Performance Clouds from FSW. I went back to the v2 collection of 32bit textures after restoring from a saved folder containing all the cloud textures.The other symptom this user described about slow weather writes also occured if I restarted FS9 without a system reboot.Replacement of the cloud textures fixed all.When FS9 crashed on me in the task list parts of it were still running and I suspect FSUIPC was running receiving weather writes but could not write to the weather engine hence the C5 exception errors in the FSUIPC.log. This follows my experience.

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Thanks. I think Peter is right. Has something to do with my Weather.DLL It works fine with original file, but when I update to Fs9.1 there is a problem. I will ask Peter if he can look at it. Thanks again.

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Thanks for the advice on the 32 bit textures. I belive my main problem is with my updated (FS9.1) Weather.DLL, but when I use original DLL, and install Chris' 32bit cloud textures, things run a lot smoother.Thanks again.

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The updated MS supplied weather.dll did not cause me a problem. Another user on the Reality-XP forum had a problem with his WX500 Radar and it turned out that another add-on had replaced the MS weather.dll. You might with Windows Explorer go to the Modules folder, right click on the weather.dll, choose properties, then version, and verify that it is the MS supplied one, version 9.01 something I believe.Just going back to Chris's 32-bit textures (making sure the DXT versions were removed) fixed it for me.

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I solved the problem!!! I once replaced my original weather.dll file with another one. I now restored the old file and everything works fine again. I hope this helps some of you guys.regardsNicholas

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