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  1. You have to EDIT the texture.xxx [where xxx stands for the respective name of the livery] and remove what is specified in the instructions. Use Notepad to edit the files. Best wishes.
  2. Welcome Richard - spell checker got me... Reinhard!
  3. Taken from the AVSIM FSX CTD Guide: MSVCR80.dll, MSVCR90.dll, MSVCR100, MSVCR120 – belongs to Microsoft Visual Redistributable C++ 2005, 2008, 2010, or 2013/Visual Studio 2013 respectfully. The Visual C++ Redistributable Packages install run-time components that are required to run C++ applications that are built by using Visual Studio. The install program for your application, say P3D, will install the proper Visual if not already found on your system but sometimes these are modified by other application installations or the user deletes the Visual or the user used a backup program to install an P3D or FSX to a new Windows installation.  Run the Microsoft.net Repair Tool – Whenever you get a Microsoft.net error or Microsoft Visual C++ error (faulting module), run the Microsoft.net repair tool.  Uninstall FSX SP2 if installed, uninstall it via the Windows Add/Remove program (it will not remove FSX, just SP2). Restart your system. Reinstall FSX SP2. Restart your system.  Uninstall FSX Acceleration if installed, do the same procedure as for SP2 except remove Acceleration, Restart, install Acceleration, Restart. These actions will not remove your configuration files like FSX.cfg, scenery.cfg, dll.xml, exe.xml but if you want to be safe, back them up first.  If the above does not work, uninstall Microsoft Visual 2005, 2008, 2010, or VS 2013, as appropriate, using your Add/Remove Programs. Go to the website (see section above regarding Microsoft Visuals), download and reinstall. NOTE: Since you're running the Steam version (which is an updated version of FSX Acceleration), the second step does not apply to you, and the third step would be to Uninstall FSX:SE and reinstall.
  4. The C++ files are basically instruction sets called by software programmed to use them (so the programmer doesn't have to write them all over again). Software programmed to call them have to be able to find them, and in your case the instruction sets (C++ files) either don't exist or they can't be found (possibly due to a registry issues that re-installing them should resolve).
  5. No sir, this shouldn't matter at all.
  6. It's the same one, and it's the only solution that anyone at Aerosoft will point you to as the error you've reported clearly shows it's a problem with your C++ files. This is a problem with your system, not the Aerosoft software. We've provided you with the solution, and since this is not a problem with the Aerosoft software I'm afraid there really isn't anything else we can do. You might want to ask Microsoft for assistance with installing the C++ files. My very best wishes to you.
  7. See the following post, and do everything verbatim (exactly). That will solve your issue. Best wishes.
  8. The entire procedure please. The reason is that your issue could be caused by several things, and completing the entire procedure should solve them all, plus prevent other problems you might not have seen yet. Best wishes.
  9. Aharon , I responded to you on AVSIM. I hope it's helpful to you.
  10. Okay. My very best wishes to you.
  11. It should work after you compete the instructions, but if not may I ask if you installed all three versions of SimConnect? If the answer to the question above is yes, then you MAY have a corrupt install of SP1 and/or SP2. You SHOULD be able to reinstall both service packs without it affecting anything - but it's not a DEFINITE assurance of this. I'd like to add that you really should give a lot of consideration to using FSX Steam. If you decide to go that route you'll need to uninstall all existing FSX addons, then FSX, reboot, then manually remove all remaining folders associated with FSX and FSX Addons, then reboot, and after that it's a good idea (but not mandatory) to remove all "FSX" and "Microsoft Flight Simulator" entries from your registry. If you don't clean the registry of these entries then you'll likely have to use the Flight1 Registry Repair tool to point future addon programs to the correct location of FSX. Let us know how you made out.
  12. Which version of flight simulator are you running?
  13. Please see the thread below. It will fix you right up.
  14. Which drivers did you install?