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Active Sky 6.5 Error Message

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Hi,I installed ASv6.5 on a networked computer over WideFS. Run the ActiveRadarConnector.exe program and all the messages are OK, but when launching Active Sky I get the following message: "Error during FS station database check (step3): stations may not be properly configured for extended coverage weather depiction"Any clue about this?Tanks for your help in advance,RegardsAbrupto

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I also shared the Application Data folder and still have the same error message,RegardsAbrupto

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Hi Jim,after reading and searching a lot of posts I've found that my installation is now a big mess. I made a mistake and when during the installation,in the ASv6 setup window that asks you to navigate to the FS9 installation folder I did that instead of creating a local installation directory. How do I clean this mess now?Tanks for your helpRegardsAbrupto

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Hi,tried to reinstall but get the following error: error 1606. Could not acess network location tsclientHProgram FilesMicrosoft GamesFlight Simulator 9. Retry or Cancel. Retry gives the same message, cancel aborts the installation. I

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Hi,Setup networking and sharing so both computers have full access to each other, especially in all FS and ASv6 related paths. You will need to share the ASv6 Folder (on the ASv6.5/WideFS computer) and the FS Folder (on the FS computer) as well as the Application Data Folder (in the FS computer

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