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Hello Ray

 

I installed the RC succesfuly and rebuilt the DB but when I start the RC the start button is not active any idea how to fix this? 

what I have done so far I reinstall the FSUIPC, but still the same result.


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Hi John. There could be a missing DLL. Look in the zip file or CD for msstdfmt.dll. If it’s not in your Windows\System32 and syswow64 folders copy it there and register it following these instructions. https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/265834-713-and-unregistered-dlls/

I take it you’ve used the encryption program to generate a key.


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Hello Ray

 

 

thanks for your respons I did as you told me also follow instruction from the link but I got this error

 

https://ibb.co/6Jx51TD

 

 


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It's pretty clear that the msstdfmt.dll file was not found in the C:\Windows\sysWOW64 folder.

As Ray posted above, you have to put a copy of the dll there if it's not there already.


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I did copy it manually to C:\Windows\sysWOW64 folder, but still the same

I copy it also just  now to system32 and now it works 😉

 

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27 minutes ago, johnliem said:

Hello Ray

thanks for your respons I did as you told me also follow instruction from the link but I got this error

https://ibb.co/6Jx51TD

Try these instructions which worked for that user.

https://www.avsim.com/forums/topic/547732-radar-contact-and-jdtllc-in-transition/?do=findComment&comment=3957955

 


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Hello Ray 

 

it works now not only to wow64 but I copy also to system32 and now it works thanks for your help

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