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Hello,

 

I came across this error when attempting a reinstall of Aerosoft's Anchorage. I saw some other forum posts about this error, but none of them with this exact wording. Is there a way to fix this?

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Hello,
in this case a variable could not be read from the registry.
I will adjust the setup to use an alternative way of reading out.
The new setup will be available in the AS-Shop account tomorrow.
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1 hour ago, A. Muegge said:

Hi,

 

please use the latest version form the AS Shop account

AS_ANCHORAGE-PROFESSIONAL_P3DV5_V2000.zip (updated 10th sept)

I purchased this from Simmarket. Will I still be able to get this file from here?

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1 minute ago, mopperle said:

Yes, Simarket has to provide you with the latest version

 

Okay I just checked my account and the V2000 that they have is dated from May. Do I need to contact them directly or just wait until they upload the new file?

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I ran a registry fixer tool to se if that would fix the issue but it looks like it is still happening. This time with a slightly different feature error: P3DV4_GA. What causes these errors? Is it something with my computer? Because I have been able to install this multiple times in the past without an issue.

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Thanks, but unfortunately that did not work. Whatever modification was done to the p3dv5 installer fixed the issue, however this fix was not applied to the v4 installer. 

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Hi,

 

the V4-Setup of Anchorage is using this registrie value to find the Appdata path

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Explorer\\Shell Folders\\
AppData = ??

 

Possible to check this with the "regedit.exe"  => WINDOWS key + R

 

 

The V5-Setup of Anchorage is using an Windows function to get the value.

 

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