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#1 HR0511

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driver requires fs2004 with the service update installed setup will end

WHY?

I have winxp 64bit with fs9 in program files(x86) with cpflight mcp737&efis@ captainside


please info on what this means

with kind regards

H Rijk


#2 Lefteris Kalamaras

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Why?

Why not!


But in all seriousness now, FS9 has to have the service update installed, so that our driver interface can work properly.

What we've found is that some simmers have updated their FS9 installation to include the FS9.1 service update, but then they go ahead and install the older FS9 crack which messes up their FS9 software.

"We've heard" that there's an updated crack, but as we don't condone piracy, we strongly recommend the update to FS9.1 and the proper use of the FS9 CD in the drive, so everything works correctly...

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#3 HR0511

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okay thanks

I get the message

just do things the proper normal way and I'll be fine!?


#4 Lefteris Kalamaras

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Yep, absolutely! (there are some customers who've told us that the updated crack that circulates around the usual torrent sites works fine with our product, but as I said before, we do NOT condone piracy, so that's up to you and a completely unsupported option).

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#5 HR0511

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okay
I have pmdg 737ng with fs9.1 update on 64bit winxp running and get this(the 737ng requires updated modules. Contact FSLabs at support@flightsimlabs.com for an update)

so what does this mean now?


greetings

Henk


#6 Lefteris Kalamaras

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Henk-

are you sure you have installed the latest service update release from PMDG for the 737? Which version of the 737 do you have? You need to have the 800/900 product also.

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#7 HR0511

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this is helping but not to bother you too much is there a manual about what I need for getting my mcp to work?
I'll try to point it out here then;

pmdg 600-900 with service updates
fs9.1
fslabs driver/software for fs9 cpflight mcp/mcppro


#8 HR0511

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sorry sorry sorry


stupid of me

IT IS IN THE README FILE!!!


HAVE A NICE DAY

HR


#9 Lefteris Kalamaras

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No worries ;-) We're here to help!

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#10 Fischer

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Sorry,

but I have the same mesages " you need the FS 2004 and the Service pack 2 "

I have installed:

FS 9 and FS 9.1, I have the CD 4 in the drive, the lattest version of PMDG B737 800/900 with all Sevicepacks.

But the MCP dont work with PMDG.

thanks


#11 Lefteris Kalamaras

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Hi-

can you check the version of the FS9.exe file and report it here? (if you right-click on the file and select "properties").

Thanks,

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#12 richard

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i am trying to purcase a key and started the download from your site
However now when I run FS it freezes up when I try and load the PMDG with the following error message

"Flight Simulator was unable to load some aircraft or software. You can continue using Flight Simulator but this aircraft or software will be disabled.
File: GAUGES\PMDG_737NG_Main. GAU "

I have just purchased PMDG 737 NG 600/700 and don't really know what I am doing !
Any help much appreciated

Cheers GordonVA

#13 Lefteris Kalamaras

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Hello Gordon-

is it possible you only owned the 600/700 version? If that's the case, you need to purchase the 800/900 as well, and update to the latest service update there.

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