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PROBLEM TO ACTIVATE FS2CREW

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are  there any fs2crew  enteries  in the panel  cfg

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Did you make an exception for the folder in your AV settings? Some AV may block the access to some files.

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My Spanish isn't that great, but it looks like Windows is blocking FS2Crew from writing to the panel.cfg file.

Try right clicking on the fsx.exe file and select "always run as administrator" in the compatibility tab.

Side note:  This is why it's never a good idea to install FSX  or P3D into the Program Files folder.

Microsoft is very protective of that folder.

 

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1 hour ago, itsTheGorge said:

Hello everyone! I have a problem when I want to activate fs2crew. When I give fs2crew to activate a message says that it can not access the panel.cfg file. I started everything as an administrator. What I do?

Link to an photo of the error: https://mega.nz/#!54YmzQjK!rc0LNlkF-pk6_HpUYIxl-wjcQDZD2KvIl2z6qzmt6nE

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1 minute ago, n4gix said:

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Okey, thanks

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22 minutes ago, byork said:

My Spanish isn't that great, but it looks like Windows is blocking FS2Crew from writing to the panel.cfg file.

Try right clicking on the fsx.exe file and select "always run as administrator" in the compatibility tab.

Side note:  This is why it's never a good idea to install FSX  or P3D into the Program Files folder.

Microsoft is very protective of that folder.

 

The problem is that I get this error when I activate fs2crew in the Reboot Config Manager

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2 minutes ago, itsTheGorge said:

The problem is that I get this error when I activate fs2crew in the Reboot Config Manager

 it looks like Windows is blocking FS2Crew from writing to the panel.cfg file.

Try right clicking on the fsx.exe file and select "always run as administrator" in the compatibility tab.

Side note:  This is why it's never a good idea to install FSX  or P3D into the Program Files folder.

Microsoft is very protective of that folder.

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1 minute ago, byork said:

 it looks like Windows is blocking FS2Crew from writing to the panel.cfg file.

Try right clicking on the fsx.exe file and select "always run as administrator" in the compatibility tab.

Side note:  This is why it's never a good idea to install FSX  or P3D into the Program Files folder.

Microsoft is very protective of that folder.

Okey, and now?

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3 minutes ago, byork said:

 it looks like Windows is blocking FS2Crew from writing to the panel.cfg file.

Try right clicking on the fsx.exe file and select "always run as administrator" in the compatibility tab.

Side note:  This is why it's never a good idea to install FSX  or P3D into the Program Files folder.

Microsoft is very protective of that folder.

The same error still appears :(

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Does this happen when you press the "Enable" FS2Crew button?

Can you send me a screen shot of the button you are trying to press, not just the error message.

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You're clicking the "enable" button as I thought.  It's no doubt a write permission issue.  You're probably not in an Admin account or something.

Send me a support ticket.  I'll help you via a remote desktop.

 

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Just now, byork said:

You're clicking the "enable" button as I thought.  It's no doubt a write permission issue.  You're probably not in an Admin account or something.

Send me a support ticket.  I'll help you via a remote desktop.

 

How do I send you a support ticket? And how will you help me from a remote desktop? I do not understand haha.
PD: Do you speak Spanish?

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You can send me a support ticket via: www.fs2crew.com on the Contact page.

You have a write permission issue.  Something is blocking the Config Manager's attempt to "write" to the 737's panel.cfg file.

If you can figure out what is blocking FS2Crew, your problem will be solved.

I don't speak Spanish, sorry.

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