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    Opencockpits EFIS MCP PMDG 737 on Windows 7 Home Premium

    Hey,

    Got a new PC with Windows 7 home premium.
    I do have the Opencockpits MCP 737 and the EFIS.

    After installing FS2004 and my MCP737 and EFIS as well as the pmdg 737 series. So far so good.
    When I use the MCP in cooperation with the PMDG 737 everything works fine. When I use the EFIS the EFIS doesn't work. Although I installed everything SIOC 3.52b and the
    software of the efis and the mcp.
    When look at the SIOC EFIS screen it telle me:
    IOCP CLIENT MODUle 0
    HostAddress LOCALHOST
    Port 8090
    Status: Active not connected

    My EFIS SIOC.INI is listed here

    IOCP_port=8095
    IOCP_timeout=4000
    Minimized=No
    toggle_delay=20
    CONFIG_FILE=.\scripts\sioc efis pmdg.txt

    IOCard_disable=No
    IOCard_LPT=No

    MASTER=0,7,1,0

    USBStepper=0,0
    USBKeys=0,0
    USBServos=0,0
    USBRelays=0,0
    USBDCmotor=0,0
    USBAnalogic=0,0

    FSUipcdisable=No
    FSUipcRefresh=50

    IOCPini_delay=3000
    IOCPclient0_disable=no
    IOCPclient0_host=localhost
    IOCPclient0_port=8090
    IOCPclient1_disable=Yes
    IOCPclient1_host=localhost
    IOCPclient1_port=8099

    Sound_disable=yes
    Volume=100

    Sound=APDis.wav,-1,-1,-1

    window =a.txt - Bloc de notas

    #1=\B\A
    #2=B
    #3=C
    #4=D
    #5=E
    #6=F
    #7=G
    #8=H
    #9=I
    #10=J
    #11=K
    #12=L
    #13=M
    #14=N
    #15=O
    #16=P
    #17=Q
    #18=R
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    #36=0
    #37=<
    #38=,
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    #40=-
    #41=*
    #42=+
    #43=//
    #44=/0
    #45=/1
    #46=/A
    #47=
    #48=
    #49=
    #50=\1\BM\2
    #51=\3\1M\2\4
    #52=\1\P\2
    #53=\3,\4
    #54=\3\1E\2\4
    #55=\3\1B\2\4
    #56=\1B\2
    #57=\33\4
    #58=\34\4
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    #60=
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    #64=\3\14\2\4
    #65=\3\15\2\4
    #66=\3\1,\2\4
    #67=\3\10\2\4
    #68=\3\13\2\4
    #69=\3\1.\2\4
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    #89=\3\11\2\4
    #90=\31\4
    #91=\3\12\2\4
    #92=\32\4
    #200=

    And MCP737 SIOC.INI listed here

    IOCP_port=8092

    IOCP_timeout=4000

    Minimized=No

    toggle_delay=20

    CONFIG_FILE=.\scripts\sioc mcp pmdg.txt

    IOCard_disable=No

    MASTER=0,5,1,0

    USBStepper=0,0
    USBKeys=0,0
    USBServos=0,0
    USBRelays=0,0
    USBDCmotor=0,0

    USBAnalogic=0,0

    FSUipcRefresh=100

    IOCPclient0_disable=Yes

    IOCPclient0_host=localhost

    IOCPclient0_port=8090

    IOCPclient1_disable=Yes

    IOCPclient1_host=localhost

    IOCPclient1_port=8099

    Sound_disable=yes

    Volume=100

    Sound=APDis.wav,-1,-1,-1

    Sound=*outermk.wav,-1,-1,-1

    Sound=*hello.wav

    window =Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 - A Century of flight with WideServer.waiting for clients

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    #44=\1R\2
    #45=\3\I\4
    #46=\1\G\2
    #47=\3\L\4
    #48=\3\1H\2\4
    #49=\1\O\2
    #50=\3\1V\2\4
    #51=\3M\4
    #52=\3\1Z\2\4
    #53=\3\F\4
    #54=\3\1\O\2\4
    #55=\3\1P\2\4
    #56=\3F\4
    #57=\3V\4
    #58=\3P\4
    #59=\3I\4
    #60=\1I\2
    #61=\3\1N\2\4
    #62=\3H\4
    #63=\3A\4
    #64=\3Z\4
    #65=\3\H\4
    #66=\3\1A\2\4
    #67=\1\H\2
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    #69=\3N\4
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    I used the EFIS and the MCP standard scripts for the PMDG 737. In fs9 the keystrokes are just configured as described in the manuals. But only the MCP works perfect. The EFIS not.
    I uses the same scripts delivered wit the modules. Who can help me with a solution?
    Thanks in advance!

    Regards,
    Teun

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    Re: Opencockpits EFIS MCP PMDG 737 on Windows 7 Home Premium

    speedyteun,

    did you figure it out in the meantime. I would appreciate any hint.

    Thx.

    Alex
    # IYP Pilot 11555 # Vista Sp1 # FSUIPC 3.90 # FS9.1 # PMDG737-600 # C2D 3.16 3GB ATI4650 # RC4 AS6 ItsYourPlane FSXpand # OC_MCP OC_FMC TripleHead2Go

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