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FSX NGX Reboot Config Manager will not start

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I just dowloaded the v2.0 and installed over v1.0.

By starting the Config Manager i only geth the windows popup that says that the Config Manager don't work anymore and closes.

I redowloaded, uninstaled, reinstaled with visusscanner off (AVG), still no result; Config Manager will not start.

 

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Yes, "FSX: Microsoft and Steam Version" for my FSX gold edition (boxed)

 

as a test i reinstalled v1.1; no problem here, everithing works good, can run the config manager.

Then over this i installed v2.0; chack,... config manager refuses to start.

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as a test i reinstalled v1.1; no problem here, everithing works good, can run the config manager.
Then over this i installed v2.0; chack,... config manager refuses to start.

 

 

That's weird, because the only thing that changed in the Config Manager was the addition of the "System Check".

 

Please send me a Support Ticket via: www.fs2crew.com

 

Note:  Since you had FS2Crew 737 V1.1 installed on your system, the in-game portion of FS2Crew will still be updated to V2.0.

 

You should still be able to fly while we try to figure out what's happening on your computer.

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If this is of any help, after installing the update, and everything working fine, I tried to start the config manager this morning and found out I had to go through the registration process again. When the config manager first came up it said FS 2 crew was disabled.  I have P3D version 3.2 

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Same  here  think its normal after   any update   you need  to  register  again,  cant  see any issue  

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Registering again is a non issue.

 

Erik has something funky running on his system that's not playing well with the Config Manager.

 

We'll try to figure out what it is, but it could be a needle in haystack situation.

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