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Weird FS9 problem..

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hi there,here goes, a week or so ago I wanted to do a flight in the MAAM Sim DC-3, all nice and well until I selected the DC-3 in the FS Aircraft menu..I immediately got an error message saying maam_C47.gau (or something similar) couldn't be used with FS9. okay I thought, stuff like that can happen, I'll just reinstall the DC-3 some time. but now I'm having the same problem with Paul Golding's Analog MD-80 panel, and the problem remains even after I reinstall the panel and/or replace all the gauge files. is anyone familiar with this?PS, I didn't add any add ons before I tried to fly the DC-3, I did install the CLS DC-10 but that was after the trouble started.thanks in advance!

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Go back to the main forums page and scroll down to the MAAM support forum. They may be able to answer your question.John M

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thanks for the reply PARADISE, but it seems to be related to something withing FS rather then just the MAAM DC-3, as I've been flying the DC-3 for 6 months now without any problems, and as I stated it has "spread" to other planes as well. anyway, I will try your suggestion, perhaps they can help me at the MAAM support forum :)

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I have MAAM's R4D package and have never encountered such an error. FSUIPC (even the unregistered version) has a Gauge Utility which permits 'allowing' any gauge once it is entered into the list. Therefore, I suggest you simply enter the gauge name (complete with extension) into the appropriate FSUIPC menu.[/font size]P.S. I have used this FSUIPC utility with Fanda DHC8 gauges and Marciano's TCAS gauge.

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