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Radar Contact Crashes after registering

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Greetings.

I recently downloaded Radar Contact 4 and the Key Generator. I copy and pasted my Product ID into the generator and generated a key for myself.

I proceed to copy and paste the key into the registration field. After clicking the button, the program freezes and then it crashes itself. 

How do I fix this?

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Did you run everything in administrator mode?


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Can you supply a screenshot just before you press the button to register the product.


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Somehow it worked. Thank you.

But now I do have another problem. After loading a flight plan I have and clicking the activate button, it shows this error:

IPC Timed Out All Retires

I read another thread regarding this problem and it seems to not fix my problem.

 

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Progress. Good. 👍 I'm going to need more info please. What simulator? Have you built the database? A screenshot of RC just before you press the Start button would help.

And please confirm version of FSUIPC you're running.


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Press the button marked Rebuild Scenery DB and follow the prompts.

Also, press FLT / Wx Path and point to the folder containing your plans. That path should be visible in the display bottom left.


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That is a trusted application and choosing Yes was correct. It should not result in a crash of FSX.

Have a search in Pete’s forum for that. https://forum.simflight.com/forum/30-fsuipc-support-pete-dowson-modules/

When it’s fixed come back if you need help with RC4.


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Ray (Cheshire, England).
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I'd suspect a Simconnect version mismatch or a firewall problem if it's being run remotely.

FSUIPC 4.975a will use a SimConnect.dll file installed in the FSX root folder if it's there, rather than the side-by-side library version that's normally installed by the SDK's msi file(s).  So if there is a SimConnect.dll in the FSX root folder, it needs to be the correct one (FSX SP2/Acceleration).

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@ScuffledSherman, anything to report?


Ray (Cheshire, England).
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7 hours ago, ScuffledSherman said:

I am still finding a solution to fix the FSUIPC Crash on launch.

As Bob suggested it's probably related to SimConnect. Have you installed and configured it?


Ray (Cheshire, England).
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