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  1. so when FSX:SE is loading up, i get this error message as well as this error message. now if i click on "no" to both of them. Then Flight Sim proceeds to start up no problem, willy nilly. But if i say yes to either/both of them. it then says "The module "X.dll" has not been tested for compatability with the FSX version you have installed"......"If you run the module, it may cause problems or a crash. Run the module now?" And if i click on Don't run on both of the addons that are causing the pop-up. FSX then continues to run with no-issue, and no noticable disturbance. But if i click on "run" FSX:SE will then proceed to promptly crash. Do any of yall's have any intuition or know what can be causing this problem? Also as a bit of a background. I have this one addon called AFX that i like to use to tweek airports to my liking like change the Northwest and Continental gates to United's gates in FlyTampa's Tampa KTPA, or add a few stands to FSDT's KORD. personally i like to have that abilitay to tweek sceneries. So i installed it onto mky new gaming computer from my old one via hard-drive. Re-activated it and then got a message when i opened AFX about something related to a missing simconnect.dll file. So then i looked up for a solution and then found what i hoped would be a solution and basically did what this guy did in this video and then i wound up in that position i am now. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jpJmJ4wfzA edit/update: This post is actually a continuation from an earlier post, i tried getting help over Reddit where people suggested uninstalling older versions of simconnect and reinstalling them from the SDK files. I did that and the situation didn't improve, but on the bright side, didn't become worse. Still the problem remains, i have multiple versions of simconnect and i'm am still searching for solutions. Also i did post the same topic threat earlier on avsim, so if you feel like you are getting deja vu, well that is because this is a repost. (Still didn't get the problem fixed) Also i tried another airport editor for my FSX:SE called Airport Studio, ran into the same issue.
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    FSX:SE error pop-up question

    Its been a while since i last responded to this post. But FS++ i clicked on the link you sent, and began the 4 step process submited by Stuart H going into my Regedit. I got to the AppComponentFlags folder however i wasent able to find the /Layers subfolder that was mentioned. Would there be something Barring me from seeing this folder? Also mentioned in that forum is the possibility of FSX not shutting down properly. Well i do remember on FSX Steam Edition that i would exit out of a flight, then my flightsim would crash. Or it would exit a fight fine, then i would exit out of flight simulator onto steam. But then it would still show it running, so i would have to close VFX or something pertaining to steam. (Which would often still be running) So on the topic of FSX not closing correctly i have been having some difficulty, but nothing that would really catch my attention.
  3. ngraves

    FSX:SE error pop-up question

    AFX is Airport Facilitator X, its good to create and edit sceneries in flight sim
  4. ngraves

    FSX:SE error pop-up question

    okay where exactly do i find my dll.xml and exe.xml? Also what do you mean by disable individual modules and how does that relate to my issue exactly? Also another problem showed up, im trying to find AFX in the add/remove programs folder so i could uninstall and re-install but i cant find it. Also same could be said for jackson hole.
  5. so when FSX:SE is loading up, i get this error message as well as this error message. now if i click on "no" to both of them. Then Flight Sim proceeds to start up no problem, willy nilly. But if i say yes to either/both of them. it then says "The module "X.dll" has not been tested for compatability with the FSX version you have installed"......"If you run the module, it may cause problems or a crash. Run the module now?" And if i click on Don't run on both of the addons that are causing the pop-up. FSX then continues to run with no-issue, and no noticable disturbance. But if i click on "run" FSX:SE will then proceed to promptly crash. Do any of yall's have any intuition or know what can be causing this problem? Also as a bit of a background. I have this one addon called AFX that i like to use to tweek airports to my liking like change the Northwest and Continental gates to United's gates in FlyTampa's Tampa KTPA, or add a few stands to FSDT's KORD. personally i like to have that abilitay to tweek sceneries. So i installed it onto mky new gaming computer from my old one via hard-drive. Re-activated it and then got a message when i opened AFX about something related to a missing simconnect.dll file. So then i looked up for a solution and then found what i hoped would be a solution and basically did what this guy did in this video and then i wound up in that position i am now. edit/update: This post is actually a continuation from a reddit post, and they said come here for help. Anyways So in the discussion people suggested uninstalling olderversions of simconnect and reinstalling them from the SDK files. I did that and the situation didn't improve, but on the bright side, didn't become worse. Still the problem remains, i have multiple versions of simconnect and im am still searching for solutions.