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  1. I am running FS9 with AES 2.45A and UK2000 Gatwick Extreme and UK2000 Guernsey are not showing in the actication of airports list. Any help would be much appreciated. regards Brian
  2. Hello Judith Re-installed PFPX and everything appears to be OK
  3. Hello Judith As requested I have sent a PM with full name regards Brian
  4. When selecting the PFPX icon on the desktop I get a warning message 'PFPX is akready running'. Nothing showing in task manager, Any help would be much appreciated# regards Brian
  5. Managed to solve the problem by re-installing Topcat regards Brian
  6. Hi Stephen Thanks for your help and I have done as you suggested regards Brian
  7. Hi Stephen That is what I am trying to do when I get the error regards Brian
  8. Hi Stephen Sorry to be so vague but can you explain how I add the Topcat profile to PFPX regards Brian
  9. I have added and aircraft to PFPX but when try to transfer to Topcat by selecting edit I get an error message ' An error occurred. This feature requires a full version of TOPCAT - Take-Off and Landing Performance Tool. ' I have a registered copy of Topcat. Any help would be much appreciated regards Brian
  10. I have just purchased and installed UK2000 Gatwick Extreme v4 but it is not being recognized By AES Any help would be much appreciated/ regards Brian
  11. I have compiled a flightplan with PFPX and exported it to FS2004 but I am unable to load it into FS2004. When selecting the plan and load nothing happens. Any help would be much appreciated. regards Brian
  12. Has anyone managed to compile a flight plan from an airport to an aircraft carrier. If so I would be very interested to know how. regards Brian
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    PFPX Error

    yes definitely
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    PFPX Error

    Yes it is 1.28
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    PFPX Error

    Followed instructions and now only getting error message ' Cannot find ;mfc140.dll'. regards Brian