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FLIGHT ONE ATR 72-500

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Does anyone have the ATR 72-500 by Flight One installed while running FS9.1 -- meaning the updated / patched version of FS2004?

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

I have. Whats up?

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Tailhook Chief Captain

CrashGordon wrote:

I have. Whats up?

In the Modules folder I've exchanged the FSUIPC.dll v.3.411 with v.3.530.
The ATR 72-500 also installed : 1 .txt file (which can probably be discarded), 1 Registration Entry and 1 .ini file.

What should I do with those three files?

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

That's curious. I've none of them in my modules folder. What are the file names. I'll search for where they are located here.

Sorry it took a while to reply. FSBrowser won't work with IE7 and I was over the Mediterranean for a while.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

CrashGordon wrote:

That's curious. I've none of them in my modules folder. What are the file names. I'll search for where they are located here.

Sorry it took a while to reply. FSBrowser won't work with IE7 and I was over the Mediterranean for a while.

That's okay, I had been to bed - just woke up and had breakfast.
Filenames:
FSUIPC.dll (that's the one I exchanged to v.3.530)
FSUIPC.txt
FSUIPC.ini
FSUIPC.key (that's the registration entry)

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

I'm sorry. I misunderstood entirely. The FSUIPC files do belong in the modules directory. Of course, you can configure FSUIPC from the modules menu in FS9.1

I looked thru the FSUIPC docs and as far as I can tell, you can leave the files there. That's what I did when I upgraded FSUIPC. Just drop the new fsuipc.dll in place.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Thanks, my concern was really with the FSUIPC.key (that's the registration entry) as I have no idea whether a change in the registry is required.

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

My understanding is that fsuipc.dll generates it and overwrites it if needed. I can say that just dropping the dll into modules never caused any problem here.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

OK I'll try that. I might see if I can find the entry in the registry prior to my first flight with the new .dll and then compare whether there have been any changes after.

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

I suspect, but can not be positive that it actually contains data about what applications may access fsuipc.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Thanks for your time, I'll do some digging.

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