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P3D v3.4 - Error Invalid XGS Path ?

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Hi Everyone.

 

  It's a long shot purchasing a product that isn't supported for P3d but it looks so good with iFly 737 !

 

  I've installed the product into the C:\FS2CREW directory (it seems strange on re-install it doesn't know this...)

 

  P3D is installed in C:\P3D.. and iFly 737 is the cockpit builders edition (all SP's loaded etc..) - system is Windows 10 / 64.

 

  After install moved the gauge file... and then wen't to fire it up..  on clicking the standby altitude indicator - I get an error of "Invalid XGS Path" / Please contact FS2Crew.  Error code 0x80070057

 

  Display panel then appears.. but nowt is working in terms of it doing something (or saying something !!).

 

  Any ideas - my guess is the error code indicates it cannot attach to something.. 

 

  Cheers

 

Gary

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Hi Everyone.

 

 I solved the issue...Root cause of the problem is the version of software that you purchase/download from www.fs2crew.com is OUT-OF-DATE ! So to install in P3D you need to perform the following steps; -

  1. Install the purchased version to a directory of your choice :- C:\FS2CREW
    • Note it will create a sub-directory of FS2Crew2010
  2. Download and install the product update (see the forum - I believe it's version 2.3).
  3. Now follow the additional documented support flows
    • Copy the sub-directory FS2Crew2010 into your P3D directory (or use a symbolic link)
    • Copy the gauge file over to the P3D aircraft

 

And you should find that FS2Crew works from P3D..

 

Cheers

 

Gary

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