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777 Load Editor and Fuel Planner now available.

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Guest NormanB

PSS are pleased to announce the release of the long awaited Load Edit utility and Fuel Planner for our 777 for 2004 series.Where can I get them?Simply rerun the base installer making sure you select the aircraft and manuals/utlities choices. ** There is no need to download systems, sounds, panels, navdata or FSUIPC. **Once the install is over you will have two new shortcuts in your start menu under Phoenix Simulation Software/B777 Professional 2004/Have fun!

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Guest Trans_601

Awesome! Thank you very much PSS!Great job!

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Guest gat12

This re-running of the base installer isnt working for meBrianForget it, got it to work, sorry

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Guest NormanB

Are you saying the base installer isnt running or that the load editor didnt install or?I need more details to help you Brian.

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Guest gat12

Thanks for the fast response Norman. But got it to download. And looks great, I can start to fly this bird againBrian

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Guest NormanB

Glad to hear Brian. We may be closed for holidays but I couldn't just sneak out some utilities and go to bed.

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Guest aarskringspier

Yeah doesnt load the editors igf I just rerun the installers. Just redownloads the manuals

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Guest NormanB

Randy,Was this using the original base file or had you downloaded a new one?

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Guest Captain787

Dear NormanI rerun the base installer but I haven

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I am also having problems. I didn't get any shortcuts in the Start Menu, but both Load Editor and Fuel Planner are installed under the PSS folder in Fs9. However, when I try to run the Load Editor I get a message saying "Licence Key not found". The Fuel Planner works though. This was with B772LR.Should I try a reinstall again?Warren

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Worked perfectly on the first try. Thank you PSS! Make sure to drink plenty of brandy and eggnog during your time off. Once you all finish the patch this thing is going to be... wow.

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I have exactly the same problem as Warren. Also no shortcuts in "Start" menu etc [No sweat to that - I do it myself anyway]John Rooum

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Guest Captain787

No Load editor and fuel Planner shortcuts in Phoenix Simulation Software/B777 Professional 2004/.I find Load editor and fuel Planner in PSS folder but when I run the Load Editor this message "License Key not found" is appeared.My Base is 777-300ER.Thanks

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Guest Trans_601

All works for me.

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Guest NormanB

Warren / Jon / Capt 787,The load editor checks a number of files and registry entries that were not present or changed when somebody tries to use a pirated copy of the 777. Clearly this is *not* the case with you guys.Please email me norman (a) phoenix-simulation.co.uk with your user details please.

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Hiya,for those having trouble with the key: try redownloading theinstaller from "my files"...it did the job for me.Best RegardsThomas

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Guest TELCO1

>I am also having problems. I didn't get any shortcuts in the>Start Menu, but both Load Editor and Fuel Planner are>installed under the PSS folder in Fs9. However, when I try to>run the Load Editor I get a message saying "Licence Key not>found". The Fuel Planner works though. This was with B772LR.>Should I try a reinstall again?>>Warren>I just d/l as instructed. Same exact problem and error message.Lawrie

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Guest Pete EHAM

Hi,I'm having the same problem!I already started a new subject about this problem!Pete EHAM

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Guest TELCO1

Thanks Thomas,That worked for me too. Lawrie

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Guest TELCO1

It's fixed by using the Base Setup files found in "My Files" on the PSS website rather than using the original Base Setup file I originally saved locally at the time of purchase.Looks great!Thanks,Lawrie

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Guest Gordius

>No Load editor and fuel Planner shortcuts in Phoenix>Simulation Software/B777 Professional 2004/.>I find Load editor and fuel Planner in PSS folder but when I>run the Load Editor this message "License Key not found" is>appeared.>My Base is 777-300ER.>>ThanksHad same problem here but resolved.Uninstall 777Download install file (I have full pack but should be ok for any)Install 777Problem solved.Andrew Brownhttp://www.crazypilots.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/192029.png

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Guest Captain787

>No Load editor and fuel Planner shortcuts in Phoenix>Simulation Software/B777 Professional 2004/.>I find Load editor and fuel Planner in PSS folder but when I>run the Load Editor this message "License Key not found" is>appeared.>My Base is 777-300ER.>>ThanksI solved the problem.1) Delete all temporary file with

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