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Having problems with executing t2g installers in win 10 x64 when i want to enter authorization code. I get two errors "you must enter a name" and "cannot focus a disabled or invisible window". Simmarket said i have a corrupted windows account, but i have checked my system and registry and everything is as it should be. Thanks for any input. 

 

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Having problems with executing t2g installers in win 10 x64 when i want to enter authorization code. I get two errors "you must enter a name" and "cannot focus a disabled or invisible window". Simmarket said i have a corrupted windows account, but i have checked my system and registry and everything is as it should be. Thanks for any input. 

 

Ivan

Hi I have the same problem.

 

Did you manage to solve this? If so please share, as I am waiting on Simmarket to get back to me.

Thanks

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Hi I have the same problem.

 

Did you manage to solve this? If so please share, as I am waiting on Simmarket to get back to me.

Thanks

Hey Matthew,

Nope, I even nuked (reinstalled) windows 10 started from scratch, thinking, ok the hell with it, the same thing happened, the same error. I even tried to install on my old laptop (just execute the .exe), same error shows up. 

Then, i tried to install on my dad's laptop (which also has win 10 installed) and it worked there. I just copied pasted the folders to p3d location. so that was the work around. I was just angry with simmarket saying that something is wrong with my system. Two of three pcs showed the same error. And i don't want to copy paste +10 airports from one pc to another just because their installation wizard is ..... 

Let me know what they tell you! Thanks

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I have this same error with all the T2G installers I have. Can you tell me where you go to complain to T2G? This is B.S. if they think it's our PCs that causing this. 

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I have this same error with all the T2G installers I have. Can you tell me where you go to complain to T2G? This is B.S. if they think it's our PCs that causing this. 

Simmarket is the one who makes those installers. 

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Hi,

I had the same problem, I found the solution on the internet:

 

-open regedit (Windows + R, and type "regedit")

-go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion

-Create 2 new values ("Edit" -> "New" -> "String value")  "RegisteredOwner" and "RegisteredOrganization"

-Double-click on each to fill name.

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Thanks, will try this when i get home after work! I'll let you know if it works. Thanks

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Hey johnny19 i hope you are doing great and i am having the same problem. Ive followed the instruction posted above and i just want to know this ( -Double-click on each to fill name. ) Ive double clicked but it did not fill any name, but i have this step done ( -Create 2 new values ("Edit" -> "New" -> "String value")  "RegisteredOwner" and "RegisteredOrganization" ). any trick i should know? thank you.     

 

 

By the way i have just fixed it. All i had to do is to add ( Windows 10 Home ) in the lower space provided before the second click.

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I've just read this topic after posting about my own woes on this..so I'm off to see if this solution works for me also!

 

 

IT worked!!!! Thank you very much indeed!!!

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I do not understand how to do this. I did what justin18 said and did not work. Simmarket just says it's my problem. Will not buy from these clowns again.

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This worked for me

 

1) Runregedit

 

2) Navigate to the following location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows NT/CurrentVersion

 

3) Backup the key by exporting it to a file from the top menu bar.

 

4) To change the name of the registered owner, double-click RegisteredOwner. Under Value data, type the name that you want, and then click OK.

 

If there is no RegisteredOwner click on - edit - new- String Value - RegisteredOwner- OK. Double-click to fill in a name.

 

5) Click Exit on the File menu to quit regedit.

 

6) Restart your PC.

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On 1/31/2017 at 1:07 PM, mulgrave said:

This worked for me

 

1) Runregedit

 

2) Navigate to the following location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows NT/CurrentVersion

 

3) Backup the key by exporting it to a file from the top menu bar.

 

4) To change the name of the registered owner, double-click RegisteredOwner. Under Value data, type the name that you want, and then click OK.

 

If there is no RegisteredOwner click on - edit - new- String Value - RegisteredOwner- OK. Double-click to fill in a name.

 

5) Click Exit on the File menu to quit regedit.

 

6) Restart your PC.

These instructions are not helping, what do we do if nothing populates when we double click? Fill what name? I see no name and this is very frustrating.

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11 hours ago, psolov said:

These instructions are not helping, what do we do if nothing populates when we double click? Fill what name? I see no name and this is very frustrating.

Got it to work by adding full name to both boxes.

Cheers, Pete

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On 1/31/2017 at 1:07 PM, mulgrave said:

This worked for me

 

1) Runregedit

 

2) Navigate to the following location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows NT/CurrentVersion

 

3) Backup the key by exporting it to a file from the top menu bar.

 

4) To change the name of the registered owner, double-click RegisteredOwner. Under Value data, type the name that you want, and then click OK.

 

If there is no RegisteredOwner click on - edit - new- String Value - RegisteredOwner- OK. Double-click to fill in a name.

 

5) Click Exit on the File menu to quit regedit.

 

6) Restart your PC.

Can you please tell me what name I don't understand can someone create a video please and give me the link?

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Works like a charm. Just to add.. after double clicking, a new menu opens up and tells you to type something. I put my windows account name on it. (For both of them)

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What it means by adding a name is to add your name in value data. That seemed to work for me 

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