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I just downloaded and installed Prepar3D today and so far have been unable to install FSUIPC into Prepar3D. I have tried V4.70, V4.70b, V4.728 and nothing will install. I am installing as administrator. While installing I have received a message saying there is a problem with this version of 3D and then it says it installed correctly. There is no Modules folder so it appears FSUIPC isn't even getting started in the instl.Prepar3D does run as loaded.Any thoughts would be appreciated.Tom Hibben

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Hi Tom I only read last night that Peter Dowson is in the process of revising FSUIPC to work with P3D so its a case of watch this space. Cheers Shaun

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I got FSUIPC to work, I installed it manually. It did crash the P3D on exit, something that's fixed for the new version 2.

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I got FSUIPC to work, I installed it manually. It did crash the P3D on exit, something that's fixed for the new version 2.
OP says there is no modules folder for the FSUIPC.dll file to go in. Did you create one then and put the files for FSUIPC in there?

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OP says there is no modules folder for the FSUIPC.dll file to go in. Did you create one then and put the files for FSUIPC in there?
Man, I just used the latest module downloadable from the forums and unzipped it into modules folder. In P3D I was able to enter my serial and set everything.

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Hi,I had to manually create a modules directory inside P3D and then install FSUIPC, but that was three months ago. I believe FSUIPC has since been updated and recognizes P3D and will create the modules directory on its own.

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