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    Opencockpits EFIS and Ifly737

    I have been searching and searching and this is driving me crazy. I am hoping that someone can help me.

    I currently am running FSX on a win7 64 bit machine and I picked up an opencockpits efis to go with my goflight MCP.

    I got the newest version of SIOC installed and grabbed the Ifly 737 ICOP from the opencockpits website. I can run the efistest and all works well. I load the ifly efis txt file and compile it to a .ssi file and point the SIOC ini to that compiled ssi file.

    Made sure that the ICOP for ifly was set to the right port and I see everything says connected. But I can for the life of me make this work. I know I am missing a step but I can't for the life of me figure out what the step is. I have not been able to find much documentation on this setup. The readme file included with the ifly ICOP is very light on setup and the SIOC manual is very hard to follow but I was able to search and I don't see anything related.

    Any direction one of you can give me would be great...

    DJuan

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    Re: Opencockpits EFIS and Ifly737

    Hi DJuan
    verify that you have the same value in SIOC Devices window :
    IDX=1 - IOCArdS Efis -Device = 13 (mine)
    and in sioc.ini:
    MASTER=1,7,2,13
    for Efis
    I use PMDG 737 NGX with Prosim
    rakouth

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    Re: Opencockpits EFIS and Ifly737

    Will check this as soon as I get home. One quick question for you. What does the 2 mean in the Master line. I understand 1 being the IDX number 7=EFIC and 13 being the Device number but the 2 has be at a loss...

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    Re: Opencockpits EFIS and Ifly737

    It 's from SIOC.ini:
    [ MASTER=(Device index),(Type),(Number of cards),(Device number) ]
    [ For example, two USBExpansion cards connected with 3 and 2 Master cards used ]
    [ MASTER=0,4,3,22 ]
    [ MASTER=1,4,2,24 ]

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    Re: Opencockpits EFIS and Ifly737

    That did it. Thanks for the help..

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    Re: Opencockpits EFIS and Ifly737

    Hi Ntrlsur, Do you still have the ICOP for the Ifly, I cant seem to find in at the website of O/C

    Thanks!

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