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Hi,I noticed a problem with the use of ASX and RC4. If I start ASX first and start up FSX with the help of the "Start FSX" button in the ASX menu, I get an error message when I want RC4 to connect to FSX. I get the following message: "IPC timed out all retries". I can push a "retry" button but that will make the same message pop up.If I push the "cancel" button RC4 is terminated.If I start FSX first, next ASX and than RC4 I have no problem at all. I reported this to the RC4 developer but I thought it would be good to let you know too.Kind regards,ArjenThe Netherlands

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>Hi,>>Thanks! This looks like a network install and something is>slowing down the communication between the 2 machines.>>Thanks,>Jim>>http://www.hifisim.com/banners/hifi-community-sigbanner.jpg>http://www.hifisim.com/Hi Jim,I only have one machine on which I run FSX, ASX and RC4.The OS is Windows Vista Home 64.I already tried it with NOD32 not running.The firewall is the default MS firewall.Kind regards,Arjen

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>Hi,>>Then where is the IPC message coming from?>>Jim>>http://www.hifisim.com/banners/hifi-community-sigbanner.jpg>http://www.hifisim.com/Hi Jim,That's the question. If I had the answer I would tell you. Maybe other people on this forum who have RC4 can reproduce it. In that case we would a least know if it is caused by something on my system or not.Kind regards,Arjen

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Hi Jim,I didn't try to reinstall and I am not going to. I think it won't help and I have no problems as long as I don't start FSX with the "Launch FSX" button in ActiveSkyX. I can start ASX first and than start FSX with the FSX icon on my desktop and than things work fine. I can also start FSX first, than ASX and after that RC4. This works fine too. So I don't have a real problem as long as I keep my fingers away from the "Launch FSX" button.Kind regards,Arjen

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