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The Application has failed to start because of its side-by-side configuration is incorrect...

Can't seem to start this as this error appears?

Any ideas?

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I'm not 100% sure of this but did you choose to install the C++ redistributables when you installed the Airbus X, it should have asked you if you wanted to install it during the install of the Airbus.

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The Application has failed to start because of its side-by-side configuration is incorrect...

Can't seem to start this as this error appears?

Any ideas?

Sounds like the C++ 2005 + SP1 redistributables are not available. You can download them from MS here:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=200B2FD9-AE1A-4A14-984D-389C36F85647&displaylang=en

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<br />Sounds like the C++ 2005 + SP1 redistributables are not available. You can download them from MS here: <br /><a href='http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=200B2FD9-AE1A-4A14-984D-389C36F85647&amp;displaylang=en' class='bbc_url' title='External link ' rel='nofollow external'>http://www.microsoft...&amp;displaylang=en</a><br />
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Hi & thanks for the replies :)

All C++ Installed For info- http://img205.imageshack.us/img205/4708/progs.jpg

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Hi & thanks for the replies :)

All C++ Installed For info- http://img205.images.../4708/progs.jpg

Yes, I know they are installed otherwise the installer would have protested, but I got the idea they are not as MS intended them to be. So I would remove and install them again.

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<br />Yes, I know they are installed otherwise the installer would have protested, but I got the idea they are not as MS intended them to be. So I would remove and install them again.<br />

Hi

Thanks for the tip :) I un-installed all C++ programs and installed the one from your link and now Airbus X Connect loads up fine.

Thanks again, and great work !

Cheers :)

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My problem is that when I un-install all C++ programs and install they again Airbus X Connect works but FSX crash before I can choose an airplane. Without C++ my FSX has no problem but Airbus X Connect doesn't work anymore.

Please help.

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My problem is that when I un-install all C++ programs and install they again Airbus X Connect works but FSX crash before I can choose an airplane. Without C++ my FSX has no problem but Airbus X Connect doesn't work anymore.

Please help.

Aerosoft-Support can you help me?

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Sorry, but Airbus X Connect cannot work without C++ redistributables in the URL above.

Try reinstalling FSX.

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Sorry, but Airbus X Connect cannot work without C++ redistributables in the URL above.

Try reinstalling FSX.

Thanks for your answer Choobe. I know that Airbus X Connect doesn't work without C++ redistributables, but if I install it FSX crash before I can choose a plane.

I've already un-installed all C++ and reinstalled again from the link suggested above: FSX crash

I've un-installed all C++ and and the Airbus X and reinstalled the C++ that come with the Airbus x: FSX crash

I've un-installed all C++ and reinstalled but only they suggested from Windows Update: FSX work, Airbus X Connect not.

Reinstalling FSX is a no option for me.

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Sounds like some conflict with versions of C++ redistributables.

I've un-installed all C++ and reinstalled but only they suggested from Windows Update: FSX work, Airbus X Connect not.

Can you show me that list (or URL) suggested from Windows Update?

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Sounds like some conflict with versions of C++ redistributables.

Can you show me that list (or URL) suggested from Windows Update?

SOLVED tongue.gif

After many hours of searching, reading, installing etc. etc. I've found the culprit for the CTD: IVAP mad.gifdry.gif

After uninstalling them FSX and Airbus X Connect worked again as expected. wink.gif

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SOLVED tongue.gif

After many hours of searching, reading, installing etc. etc. I've found the culprit for the CTD: IVAP mad.gifdry.gif

After uninstalling them FSX and Airbus X Connect worked again as expected. wink.gif

Congratulations!

:rolleyes:

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