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Linda does not find FSUIPC

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Hi guys, i recently formatted my computer, and added it a new hard drive, last time i was running fsx in the C: drive, the same drive as windows, but now im running windows in C; drive and FSX and linda folder are in the D: drive, a separate drive just for fsx and related addons such as linda, or active sky etc.

 

the problem is that now every time i open the linda in the configuration checklist it says "FSUIPC files not found" instead of "Everything is ok", now i suspect that linda is looking for the Fsuipc maybe in  C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X and not in the real location that is D:\Microsoft FSX\Modules, the question is, is there any way to manually set the FSUIPC files location in linda?, i tried clicking the "FSUIPC files not found" but nothing happens... maybe manually writing is in the config files or so...

 

thanks in advanece!!!

 

best regards!

 

Nico

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Hi OB-5656

 

There should be no problem placing your FSX installation on a D drive.  You need to ensure that LINDA and FSUIPC are both located in the \FSX\Modules folder.  This is where FSX and LINDA will expect to find FSUIPC.  You need to have the latest version of FSUIPC (4.936).

 

You should check that you can see FSUIPC appears in the AddOn menu of FSX and that you can access it.  If everything is in the right place LINDA should find it.

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Hi OB-5656

 

There should be no problem placing your FSX installation on a D drive.  You need to ensure that LINDA and FSUIPC are both located in the \FSX\Modules folder.  This is where FSX and LINDA will expect to find FSUIPC.  You need to have the latest version of FSUIPC (4.936).

 

You should check that you can see FSUIPC appears in the AddOn menu of FSX and that you can access it.  If everything is in the right place LINDA should find it.

 

 

Hi scotflieger, i did as you set and it worked perfectly, my error was that i didnt have the linda installed in the modules folder, i had it on a separate folder in d drive...

 

thanks for your help!

 

best regards!

 

Nico

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