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    Mensagem  AVG102 em Qua Ago 05, 2009 8:56 pm

    Boas,

    (Isto e um topico antigo que fiz em outro post em outro forum, mas acho necessario dividir aqui com os pilotos AVAGroup).

    Ontem ao instalar o meu material de FS no Windows Vista deparei-me com alguns problemas, como erros no AES e outros programas. Pedi ajuda ao amigo Humberto que gentilmente passou um link do forum da aerosoft que explica claramente a solucao de MUITOS PROBLEMAS de FS em Windows Vista! Se usa ou pretende usar o Flight Simulator no windows vista, por favor, leia com bastante atencao o artigo abaixo.

    Hi,

    Vista is a problem, but your primary problem is, that you have installed you FS in the default directory below C:\Program Files. Would you use a differnet Driveletter or a directory like c:\FS9, this problem would not be present.

    Ok, let me explain what happens:

    All software installed below c:\Program Files is protected by the Vista OS, so that all files written from this application are not stored direct in the Directory, where the software is installed. Vista will redirect the files to a "virtual Store".
    When you add scenery per installer (like the most payware), the installer runs in a "admin modes" (you have to agree to this normally) and so this files where written direct to C:\Program files .... and also the Scenery.cfg in the FS Maindirectory is changed.

    When you add a Scenery (like freeware) per hand in the Scenery Library via the FS, this will gernerate a change of the Scenery.cfg, but not in the C:\Program.. directory, Vista will gernerate a Scenery.cfg in the Virtual Store.

    When you use the FS, the FS will read the file in the Virutal store from this point. When you later install a Scenery via installer, it could happen, that the installer adds his entry to the Scenery.cfg in the C:\ drive, but not in that file, the FS will read in the virtual store. Effect: The scenery will not be active, when you start the FS.

    As AEShelp can't see, which one is the correct version and where are the "better entries", I will not move the files down the the c: drive as I do it with the AES files itself.

    In the Explorer Window of Vista, you have a link in the header of the window, which must be called "Compatibily Files" or so in english version. When you open the FS Main Directory under c:\Program files with the explorer and you on this "Compatibility Files" Link, you see the files store in the virtual store and there the Scenery.cfg.
    Make this file for Move and go back to the FS Maindir on C:\.. and move this files there.
    This you must do everytime you have changed something in the Scenery Library.

    When you then start AESHelp the message is gone and he will find all your sceneries, because he read the correct file.

    Btw: You will get another problem, when you try to configure your aircraft with AEShelp: The AESHelp application can't connect to the FS in this configuration, because AEShelp is running in ADMIN MODE (it is different from only start with admin user), but you FS is running in normal mode (even when you start it as admin user). Vista will protect the communication between two application, when they not both run in the same mode.
    As a workaround you only can run the FS also in admin mode, when you want to configure your aircraft. To do that, click the FS icon with the right mouse button, go to properties -> Compatibility and check the "run in admin mode" checkbox in the lower part of the window.

    The next time, when you reinstall your FS on Vista, select a different installation directory, like C:\FS9 or better D:\FS9, then you have much less problems, not only with AES.

    Resumindo, nunca ou jamais se quer instalem o Flight Simulator 9 no C:/program files, mas sim apenas no C:/ ou melhor ainda se for um D:/. (Isto no Windows Vista) Resumido

    Abraco,
    NS


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