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Hi All, decided to try and resurrect TP having had a few years off and much has changed. For a start my Windows 7 PC has been upgraded to Windows 10 and it seems that Ed Truthans guide now needs to be read alongside this one. http://rele.me.uk/flight-simulation/tileproxy/tileproxy-installation which seems to be a Windows 10 update.

I followed both to the letter (though I'm starting to doubt this!!) and am getting the error that I have seen reported that is normally associated with driver signing ie:

proxyUser: Volume listing failed with error: 0x80070005
proxyUser: making sure SuperFetch service is not running...
proxyUser: Connecting to the filter
proxyUser: ERROR connecting to filter port: 0x80070002

To summarize:

  • I've done the digital driver signing with dseo13b.exe, running it as administrator
  • I've done the file permissions as instructed.
  • I accepted all the defaults for the installation
  • I replaced fsx.cfg
  • Tileproxy.ini has been changed to reflect the new service settings
  • I'm running in test mode
  • UAC is off

Only thing is I've tried running sigverif which checks for driver signing and tileproxy.sys isn't even in the log it creates. Not sure if that's significant or a red herring but its beyond my expertise to know what to do next.

Any suggestions please?

 

 

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Personally, I would not touch TileProxy with a ten-foot pole:  I have gained a lot of computer knowledge over the years, but this app or whatever it is not for me , or I think, for most other simmers as well to proceed with.    

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Shame the only reply is so negative.

Anyway found the answer which was to go direct to the exe file rather the tileproxy menu shortcut and run it as administrator.

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Bigglesfred:

Well, in fact, I totally forgot to thank you for this post, and the info offered with this using this app...

However, I do not know what effects it will have on my system, or if it even applies to my setup (which is already running pretty good with FSX-Steam).  My motto is "If it's not broke, don't fix it".

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