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EZdok stops functioning when installing FSinn or vPilot. What?

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Someone told me to get vPilot instead of FSinn after having some trouble. But, the problems still persists. Here it goes - Everytime I installed either of these programs (FSinn or vPilot), EZdok suddenly stopped working. It doesn't show in the add ons windows nor does it start up together with FSX. There has to be something with these "client programs" that are messing with EZdok. I mean, who flies without it? icon_eek.gif But I'm sure there's someway around it. Any thoughts?

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I've used FSInn and now VPilot with EZDok without any issues. 

 

I installed FSInn to the letter with the guides on the web. 

 

I've now looked at VPilot and installed last week. It worked with EZDok without problems.

 

There's no conflict with my setup. 

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I think I have had the same one. When I de-installed FSINN/FSCopilot my EZDok stopped working either.

 

I went to ezdok-software.com and downloaded the installer. After my new installations everything was fine as usual. Just to underline that: I haven't deleted EzDok, I just override it with the new installer.

 

I can not guarantee that it will work for you as well, nor I can guarantee it will destroy more. That just how I've solved that problem on my system.

 

Good luck, man.

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I think I have had the same one. When I de-installed FSINN/FSCopilot my EZDok stopped working either.

 

I went to ezdok-software.com and downloaded the installer. After my new installations everything was fine as usual. Just to underline that: I haven't deleted EzDok, I just override it with the new installer.

 

I can not guarantee that it will work for you as well, nor I can guarantee it will destroy more. That just how I've solved that problem on my system.

 

Good luck, man.

 

Hi!

 

Sorry, but I figured out the problem. I thought I had posted it here, so again - sorry. I think everyone should post in their own thread if they find a solution to a problem, and I'm no exception. 

 

It was the antivirus program NOD32 who caused all my problems. It didn't like EZdok and it certainly didn't like vPilot so it removed some files that it thought was viruses or something. Deleted NOD32 and reinstalled EZdok and vPilot. Now everything works as a charm!

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