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My ASX was not starting for some reason. I tried the repair but it still did not start, so I removed it with hopes of a reinstall would correct it. Now trying to install it I get this error. :(http://img125.imageshack.us/img125/2320/ss0mw1.jpgThis Hobby Just Keeps Getting Better... http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/9352/rob4un8.jpgLife Is Simple: Food-Beer and FSX...Only New School For Me!Take CareRobert

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Hi Jim, thanks for the come back. :)I found a folder in my windows directory called " Downloaded Installation " I also found a folder with a Windows Installer-paket 46,819kb called Acrive Sky X.msi with it. I think this is the file you are talking about. I removed the file and tried the install again, but the same problem accured. I did a search for the file and nothing came up in the search, so it seems it is gone. Back to square one. Do ya think a complete reintall if FSX would correct this or is it something else. ...maybe I found the wrong file?This Hobby Just Keeps Getting Better... http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/9352/rob4un8.jpgLife Is Simple: Food-Beer and FSX...Only New School For Me!Take CareRobert

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I gotta tell Jim I have searched and searched and nothing. Maybe you can give me a word to search for to find it. BTW: I gave XGraphics a try and it would not open. Seems something went major fubur. I am so sorry for all this, I just do not know what to try next.This Hobby Just Keeps Getting Better... http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/9352/rob4un8.jpgLife Is Simple: Food-Beer and FSX...Only New School For Me!Take CareRobert

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Looks like I am getting the exact same error.Tried to uninstall both active sky and the graffics, but it will not reinstall.Getting the message. Xgaugewizzard has encountered a problem and needs to close.I can`t find this asx,msi file neitherYesterday I bought and ran "registry mechanics". Dont know it that might have caused the problem. No other programs are causing trouble.Jen

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Hi JimThanks for all your efforts, but unfortunaly it didn`t seem to help.The error, when you try to install it still pops up.Jen

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Hi Robert,I am noting here that your XGaugeWizard installation utility is failing, causing the failed installation.Are you getting any error messages during this process? Something specifically is occuring during the gauge install that is causing a crash, which MAY be due to an old pre-SP1 bug (related to certain add-on aircraft), if you are using a pre-SP1 installation package. In either case, cancelling out of the install process for XGauge SHOULD allow things to continue normally. Can you confirm?

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Are you saying to remove SP1 then try to install ASX ans then install back SP1 ???What is th ebest way to uninstall SP1 ?I gotta tell ta the thought of the " F " word really makes my stomach hurt. :) This Hobby Just Keeps Getting Better... http://img528.imageshack.us/img528/9352/rob4un8.jpgLife Is Simple: Food-Beer and FSX...Only New School For Me!Take CareRobert

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Hi Robert,No, I am suggesting that you re-run the ASX installation and when XGaugeWizard appears (at the end) that you cancel out of it instead of letting it install the Gauge.I am under the impression that the error / problem here is that ASX will not install due to the installation error you mentioned in your first post, which shows clearly that XGaugeWizard had an error. If this is the case, you can bypass the XGaugeWizard installation by cancelling out/closing it once it appears, at the end of your ASX installation.If we can get ASX installed ok we can isolate the remaining problem to XGaugeWizard, which should be an easy fix and I suspect an update to ASX SP1 (AFTER standard ASX is installed) will solve things, allowing you to run XGaugeWizard and install the gauge as normal.Please feel free to email me directly at damianc AT hifisim.com to follow up on this..Best,

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If you gentlemen should figure out a solution to this problem, It would be very nice if you would post it in here:-) Kind regardsJen

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Thanks for your quick answer JSkorna:-) I`ll just lean back, and keep my fingers crossed, that they will find a solution.:-) Jen

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