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  1. Thanks, Peter, that makes sense.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  2. I thought of that one and I suppose it could be, but really couldn't find any information per se and hoped someone would know for certain.Thanks, though.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  3. Could someone please define NAM for me. It is apparently one of the variables used in determining fuel burn, but I can't figure out what it is.Thanks in advance.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  4. Did you attempt to uninstall manually or did you use the uninstaller that comes with the program?If you did not use the uninstaller, then I would suggest that you search for all files with regard to RFP and remove those that you seem to have missed.BTW, the -200 did not come with a FMC, although some of them have been modernized to use one. What you think is the FMC is probably the INS or perhaps the FFRAT.Sorry you didn't like the program, many people have enjoyed it over the years.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  5. Good suggestions, Bob, Thanks.Happy New Year to you also.EDEd GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  6. Truth be told at this point, I don't know....You aren't trying to use a merged aircraft, are you??Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  7. Well put, David. I still fly FS9 more than FSX, and when I do fly FSX, I miss being able to hit F9 and having all of that information at my fingertip ( literally). FSNav along with FSMeteo have always been my favorite add-ons and I do and will miss FSNav in FSX.Helge, thanks for the great work that you did with this one, and for the great service that I always got from you when I needed it.Happy New Year and Best Wishes for the Future.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  8. Ahppy New Year from here also JR.My FSUIPC log has what appears to be a normal path statement:66563 C:Program Filesmicrosoft gamesFlight Simulator 9I have a default installation as above but notice the absence of the extra marks.The file FSUIPC1.log has a similar statement ( I have no idea why it's there or what it does, or why you don't have it, but it is there and the path statement is part of it.I would try this: 1) back up the log file in a safe place, then change the path statement by removing the extranious characters.2) IF that doesn't solve the problem, move the FSUIPC.ini file out of the modules folder to a safe place; it should build a new one, see if this solves the problem. IF not, look at the two ini files and see if there are differences.Finally, if none of that helps, try deleting all of the FSUIPC files from the modules folder, re-download and install FSUIPC and see what happens. Make certain that you have copies of the files, particularly the key file so that you can put it back if you need to.I remember during testing RFP, there were some issues with the .ini file; unfortunately, it's been long enough ago that I cannot remember specifically what they were.Good luck, please post back what happens.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  9. Running CC cleaner certainly will not hurt anything. I do it routinely to clean up cookies and other bits and pieces.One other thing occurs to me, look in the modules folder of FS9, you'll find a couple of files called FSUIPC.log and FSUIPC1.log. Check and make certain that the path statements in those are correct.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  10. We may be on the right track here. At a minimum, open START>RUN>REGEDIT>HKEY_CURRENT_USER>SOFTWARE>MICROSOFT>MICROSOFTGAMES>FLIGHTSIMULATOR>9.0 and LOOK at the key, it should show you the path where FS9 is located. Unless you are comfortable changing the registry, I would strongly recommend that you LOOK ONLY, don't change anything unless you know exactly what you are doing.If the key does not match, then I would second Ray's suggestion about re-installing. Alternatively, you can post back what you find and we could perhaps suggest a fix.Please post back your results in either case.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  11. Did you, by chance, originally install FS9 in another location and then move it without re-installing. I guess what I am asking is whether or not your registry entry is the same as your actual location or if it refers to some other location. I think that this could make RFP unable to identify the location of FSUIPC and trigger the error.Other possibilty would be to try loading FS9 with a default A/C and then try changing to RFP....Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  12. What is the exact location of your version of Flight Sim 9? Also the location of FSUIPC?Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  13. If all else fails, try re-downloading FSUIPC 3.75 again and re-installing it.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  14. Dan, you just might want to check your version of FSUIPC, something might have replaced it with an earlier version and as I remember, 9.1 requires a newer version than does 9.0. You should have gotten an error message if the version is wrong, but still might be worth the check.Happy Holidays, everyone.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
  15. Thank you, that seems to have solved it.Ed GreenKCLT http://www.oncourse-software.co.uk/forum_images/fdc_beta.jpg
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