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  1. #1
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    FSUIPC: replacement test version 3.424

    Hi folks,

    Some or all of the interim test versions 3.412-3.423 of FSUIPC will not run
    correctly on an original FS2004 9.0 installation -- they crash on FS
    loading.

    This was due to a very silly typo in my code and I apologise to all those who
    are still stuck on FS9.0. I don't understand why you are, but it's a good
    job some are so that things like this get discovered before full releases
    are made.

    Please replace and interim version with the one attached, 3.424. I've tested
    this in 9.0 and 9.1, and even a mangled mixture of both.

    Regards,

    Pete

  2. #2
    null null
    Guest

    Re: FSUIPC: replacement test version 3.424

    Ok Peter as it seems Matt has gone to bed, where I should be, this has fixed

    my problem. FS starts up and runs as it should.

    Bob Reed
    "Peter Dowson" wrote in message
    news:272120.54031@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi folks,
    >
    > Some or all of the interim test versions 3.412-3.423 of FSUIPC will not
    > run
    > correctly on an original FS2004 9.0 installation -- they crash on FS
    > loading.
    >
    > This was due to a very silly typo in my code and I apologise to all those


    > who
    > are still stuck on FS9.0. I don't understand why you are, but it's a good
    > job some are so that things like this get discovered before full releases
    > are made.
    >
    > Please replace and interim version with the one attached, 3.424. I've
    > tested
    > this in 9.0 and 9.1, and even a mangled mixture of both.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Pete




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    >



  3. #3
    null null
    Guest

    Re: FSUIPC: replacement test version 3.424

    Why 9.0 rather then 9.1

    Simple....... I don't want run a original CD ROM every time I start up
    FS9.1, unless you force me to Pete As much as I start it up, working on
    my project..... they DO get damaged.

    Matt O.

    "Peter Dowson" wrote in message
    news:272120.54031@wb.onvix.com...
    > Hi folks,
    >
    > Some or all of the interim test versions 3.412-3.423 of FSUIPC will not

    run
    > correctly on an original FS2004 9.0 installation -- they crash on FS
    > loading.
    >
    > This was due to a very silly typo in my code and I apologise to all those

    who
    > are still stuck on FS9.0. I don't understand why you are, but it's a good
    > job some are so that things like this get discovered before full releases
    > are made.
    >
    > Please replace and interim version with the one attached, 3.424. I've

    tested
    > this in 9.0 and 9.1, and even a mangled mixture of both.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Pete




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    >



  4. #4
    Peter Dowson
    Guest

    Re: FSUIPC: replacement test version 3.424

    On 11/24/2004 7:57:35 AM, Matt Olieman wrote:
    >Why 9.0 rather then 9.1
    >
    >Simple....... I don't want
    >run a original CD ROM every
    >time I start up
    >FS9.1, unless you force me to
    >Pete As much as I start it
    >up, working on
    >my project..... they DO get
    >damaged.


    So you use the 9.0 no-CD hack with 9.0, whilst I use the 9.1 no-CD hack with
    9.1! Still no reason.

    Unlike you, I don't (just) use no-CD to save CDRom usage. I have to use it in
    order to develop and test FS software. The normal version does not only
    prevent running without the CD inserted, it also prevents running debuggers
    with FS, and also scrambles the FS9.EXE too much for it to be disassembled
    so I can work out how to interface FSUIPC to it. Without the clever No-CD
    hacks there'd be no FSUIPC or WideFS, so it's a good job they always appear
    within a couple of days of Microsoft's releases.

    Regards,

    Pete


  5. #5
    null null
    Guest

    Re: FSUIPC: replacement test version 3.424

    Oops, my ignorance just showed up..... again

    9.1 is installed... and all is well!!

    Thank you Pete.

    Matt O.


    "Peter Dowson" wrote in message
    news:272176.54031@wb.onvix.com...
    > On 11/24/2004 7:57:35 AM, Matt Olieman wrote:
    > >Why 9.0 rather then 9.1
    > >
    > >Simple....... I don't want
    > >run a original CD ROM every
    > >time I start up
    > >FS9.1, unless you force me to
    > >Pete As much as I start it
    > >up, working on
    > >my project..... they DO get
    > >damaged.

    >
    > So you use the 9.0 no-CD hack with 9.0, whilst I use the 9.1 no-CD hack

    with
    > 9.1! Still no reason.
    >
    > Unlike you, I don't (just) use no-CD to save CDRom usage. I have to use

    it
    in
    > order to develop and test FS software. The normal version does not only
    > prevent running without the CD inserted, it also prevents running

    debuggers
    > with FS, and also scrambles the FS9.EXE too much for it to be

    disassembled
    > so I can work out how to interface FSUIPC to it. Without the clever No-CD
    > hacks there'd be no FSUIPC or WideFS, so it's a good job they always

    appear
    > within a couple of days of Microsoft's releases.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Pete
    >



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