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Ray Proudfoot

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  1. Installing the x86 version of vcredist did the trick, thanks Stephen.
  2. Thanks for the suggestions chaps. I did find that creating a new plan then did allow the Load option to work but obviously I don’t want to do that each time. I shall try installing the vcredist files first, thanks. I am on 1903 which appears to have caused the problem. Don’t you just love Windows. 🤨
  3. I'm running v2.03 of PFPX. When the interface opens on the Schedule page I select the Flight tab. When I press Load there is a short pause and then PFPX crashes to the desktop. Happened three times now with a reboot too. I suspect a Windows 10 update may have caused it but it's worrying as the program is usually pretty stable. Will this post suffice or do I need to raise a ticket? This is the error produced:- Faulting application name: PFPX.exe, version: 2.0.3.0, time stamp: 0x5c0e3189 Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 10.0.18362.1, time stamp: 0x9bbcb4a9 Exception code: 0xc0000005 Fault offset: 0x00040a78 Faulting process ID: 0x3630 Faulting application start time: 0x01d538a59bd450eb Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Professional Flight Planner X\PFPX.exe Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll Report ID: d2da0155-1f1d-4361-9c2a-f9b3f6468df4 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
  4. A minor but slightly irritating issue. With a Profile displayed if I then select the three dots against Run ConfigSet but then cancel out without making any changes the Save Profile option is highlighted. But I haven't made any changes. I am then prompted to save changes when switching to another profile or exiting SimStarterNG. Can you please correct this so Save Profile is only highlighted if a change is actually made to a config set.
  5. I've finally figured it out. The configuration to be loaded is stored in GFConfig.ini located in C:\ProgramData\GoFlight. By making copies of that file and editing the relevant line to point to the gfc I want to load it gets loaded by running a batch file. The batch file is now included in the relevant RunConfig set. If anyone else has multiple GoFlight gfc files this is how to load the right one automatically.
  6. Hi Peter, Thanks for your reply. I entered this into the Start Run command... "C:\Program Files (x86)\GoFlight\GFConfig.exe" C:\Users\Ray\Documents\GoFlight\FSDefault.gfc But it just opens the GFConfig.exe with the currently loaded configuration. Do I need to run it with Admin privileges as the source is in Program Files(x86)? Or have I just got the command wrong with the quotations? I have tried with and without on the config path but no joy. In any case that GFConfig program doesn't need to remain open. A separate file is called to control the GoFlight modules from within P3D - GFDevP3Dv4.exe. All I'm trying to do is open GFConfig, load the config file and then close GFConfig.
  7. I find SimStarter excellent for launching various programs depending on where and what I fly. However, there is one action I still have to run manually and I’m wondering if there’s a possibility it could be added to SimStarter. I have various GoFlight saved configurations and they can only be changed by launching the GFConfig utility and loading it there. Is there any way of configuring SimStarter for the relevant config file to be associated with a scenario?
  8. I'm pleased to report than Aerosoft have been in touch and have approved a refund for the difference. Thanks to Dave for helping out with this.
  9. I was guided by the Aerosoft staff Dave. But if I’d seen your sig earlier I would have taken up the invite. 😉
  10. Thanks Tom. Dave has been in touch and I’ve emailed him the details. It’s a mistake I am unlikely to repeat.
  11. Thanks Dave. I've written to your email address explaining things. Hopefully a satisfactory resolution can be reached.
  12. I’m not asking for an immediate resolution but I would have expected an acknowledgment. Silence is never a good sign. Hopefully I’ll hear from Mathijs on Monday or perhaps Tuesday if there is a holiday on Monday.
  13. Customer Service is not doing a very good job Oliver because I have still not had a reply. I’ve spent over £300 with Aerosoft over the years so I trust there will be a satisfactory outcome to this. Rattle some cages please.
  14. 24 hours since I wrote to Aerosoft and still no acknowledgement let alone a reply. How disappointing that such a large company cannot find the time to reply to a customer who has spent a lot of money with them over many years. 🙄
  15. FIRSTLY, PLEASE DO NOT CLOSE THIS TOPIC UNTIL I HAVE AGREED IT WITH THE FORUM ADMIN. YOU ARE FAR TOO QUICK TO CLOSE TOPICS. I wrote to info@aerosoft.com yesterday afternoon and have not heard back from them yet. How long does it take to get a response?
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