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hi,i am wondering if someone would be so kind to send me the 3.615 dll module.i got the 3.7 file today and am having throttle setting trouble,but it worked fine with 3.615.when i downloaded the new file i overwrote the existing dll and cannot find anyware to get it back.i would greatly appreciate it.email-atlend@yahoo.cathanks,tony.

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Guest allcott

Try resetting the default options in the menu, or deleting the .ini file. That should fix it.Allcott

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Tony,I'd recommend deleting your fsuipc.ini in your modules folder as well. I usually delete it everytime a new version of fsuipc is made available.Unfortunately I don't have a copy of the version you asked for, however, if deleting the *.ini doesn't help, maybe try posting in Pete's forum at http://forums.simflight.com/viewforum.php?f=54Hope this helps,Petehttp://members.aol.com/pzsoulman/myhomepage/logo.gifAMD64-3400,1GB/3200DDRAM,WinXP(SP2),DirectX9.0c,Geforce6800(128MB)(Det.84.21), CH Yoke/Pedals


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Guest Douglas K

Let me echo the advice about the .ini file, but I sent along 3.617 just in case it helps. This is a beta version, and all else being equal I'd recommend using 3.70, but hey, whatever works for you.Douglas

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hi guys,i will try the ini file and see what happens.jim,i will try the 3.65, if you can send it that would be great.thanks for the help everyone.tony.

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my email is atlend@yahoo.cai think there was to much highlighted in the link above.thanks again

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Guest Douglas K

Tony,My email message bounced. The

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Guest Bill Hinton

Tony,If you are using Windows XP, you might try restoring your computer to an earlier time.

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hi again,thats my fault douglas,the it email words should not be there,but the other link should work,sorry about that.i turned off system restore to save disk space,guess that was a mistake.thanks for the suggestion.tony.

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Guest kevinti

Well, I'm stucked with 3.44!For FS Realtime, anything that greater thean 3.44 would cause my aircraft to pitch up & down "violently" just before reaching level flight!Wonder anyone else experienced it?

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Yes, I have noticed that the new version 3.70 has stopped the 'Air Scheffel 737-800' from spooling up for takeoff so, I have reverted to the earlier version


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