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tried to "fly this AM. got "unable to load 3rd party software.... traffic.dll... click OK then to desktop. flew yesterday fine and for months. i've got a number of "traffic.dll"'s in various locations. searched Ms no joy.other than using ACloader to cfg a/c with passenger load [as many times in past] nothing has changed. this setup has been running for many moons. tt

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FIXED!! seeing other suggestions; found that the traffic.dll in modules was in lower case and in cd-rom had caps; renamed the one in modules to ..OLD and extracted from disc to modules. it works. strange huh? tt

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Wierd, I had the exact same problem a couple months ago. It had me quite baffled, I even blamed my brother for possible screwing up my FS files :-lol. Anyways, I found out that renaming my traffic.dll to traffica.dll did the trick. To this day I still don't know why I had to do this.-Derek

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LOL, there is a good chance that what the traffic.dll controls is not being controlled any longer since it isn't there! LOLCurious, why would you rename the traffic.dll??Regards, Michaelhttp://mysite.verizon.net/res052cd/mybannercva1.jpgCalVirAir International VAwww.calvirair.comCougar Mountain Helicopters & Aviationwww.cgrmtnhelos.com

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thats just it! i found that it had been changed to lower case, so i renamed it ".OLD" and extracted the original [upper case] from cd-rom. have no idea how it got changed in the first place. tt

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Sorry, my previous post was a little unclear. I didn't rename the traffic.dll before the problem occured, I renamed it after the sim gave me the error. I found out that adding an 'a' to the end of the name made the sim stop giving the error. Before I thought of doing this I did try to copy a "working" traffic.dll from my other computer, but it didn't help. Never thought about copying from the CD though :(.In any case, renaming the traffic.dll actually doesn't affect my in-game traffic functions in any way, so I'll just leave it alone :).-Derek

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simmin' and troubleshootin' 'puters...oh what fun we have...tt

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