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RAAS not working

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- I have RAAS activated in the FMC config menu

- I have no other RAAS versions installed for other aircraft

- I don´t have FS2-Crew products installed..

 

 

But it´s not working :(

 

Any Idea? Do I have to reinstall the T7? 

 

Thanks for your help!

 

 

Edit:

tried a reinstall - no success..

checked the roaming RAAS folder, found a log file:

 

Searching for Flight Simulator's Main Window...
Retrieving Flight Simulator's Path and Version...
It's a supported Flight Simulator...
Retrieving RAAS Pro version...
Reading the INITIALIZATION file...
Checking for updates...
Searching for SIMCONNECT.DLL...
The SIMCONNECT.DLL file has been FOUND!...
The SIMCONNECT.DLL has been LOADED SUCCESSFULLY!...
Attempting to connect to the Flight Simulator...
***COULD NOT CONNECT to the Flight Simulator...
IGNORING SIMCONNECT.CFG settings, and FORCING LOCAL connection...
Attempting to connect to the Flight Simulator...
***COULD NOT CONNECT to the Flight Simulator...
Initializating RAAS system...
LOG EVENT -> R4.CSV file found....
LOG EVENT -> SCHEMA.INI file found....
LOG EVENT -> Reading SCHEMA.INI file....
LOG EVENT -> DATABASE CONNECTED!....
Building sound sets list...
Sound set(s) FOUND!...
Building profiles list...
Openning DEFAULT profile...
Unloading PREVIOUS sounds set...
Loading CURRENT sounds set...
Sounds set LOADED SUCCESSFULLY!...
Initializating TOKEN variables...
Creating profile font...
LOG EVENT -> Initialize COM....

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Are you using a surround sound system, properly configured? There has been a suggestion that RAAS may be going to the rear channels in such a case, and not getting played. Could be a bug, or could just be a config issue.

 

Also, it can't hurt to r-click on Simconnect in control panel and select Repair.

 

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Are you using a surround sound system, properly configured? There has been a suggestion that RAAS may be going to the rear channels in such a case, and not getting played. Could be a bug, or could just be a config issue. Also, it can't hurt to r-click on Simconnect in control panel and select Repair.

Hi, thanks for your answer, no, I don´t have a surround system, but it looks like it´s an issue with simconnect. 

Which control panel do you mean? Where shall I right-click? On the file itself? Where, in any FSX Menu?

 

Thanks for your help!

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Windows Control Panel. Where you uninstall software. Find Simconnect, carefully, and then right-click on it and carefully select the Repair option.

 

That might help, given the RAAS error thrown in the log. Just guessing here, though; the RAAS folks might be your best hope, they have a section on Avsim.

 

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***COULD NOT CONNECT to the Flight Simulator..

 

Correct, try that.  This is a simconnect issue, or something is whacky with his DLL.XML.

 

Note his error message: ***COULD NOT CONNECT to the Flight Simulator..

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or something is whacky with his DLL.XML.

 

Shouldn't be. I mean - once RAASPRO.dll is loaded, dll.xml does not enter into equations - unless you use a support .dll that might end up not being loaded - but that is not how you do it, is it?

 

Berni - good that it helped. Looks like the .dll was bust, maybe some other addon tried overwriting it? I don't know.

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Thanks alot! I had to reinstall the SP2 - now it´s working!

 

Thank you! Problem solved!

 

Glad you got it sorted!!!!

 

I knew your Simconnect was corrupt :-)

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I just noticed my RAAS was not working either.  It is enabled in the FMC, but I remembered I lowered the sound levels in the FMC to 10% so I can hear ATC better in VATSIM.  I moved the sound to 50% and now I hear the RAAS.  I am not sure if this is a fix for someone else, but I heard nothing for months and now I do with this simple fix.

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