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  1. I dont believe the FSlabs 'bus is on the approved list of addon aircraft that PACX is designed to work with. Maybe that has something to do with it? I hear ya though on the other issues. Its early access.....hopefully it will evolve over time.
  2. Let me preface this post by stating I only have the 64 bit version of P3D on my machine (I am running P3D V4.5 with the latest hotfix). I do not have FSX or any other 32 bit version of P3D installed on my computer. I am installing PACX as an admin. During the setup routine, PACX successfully re-installs the latest version of FSUICP 5. Once complete, it then tries to install FSUICP4. Since I dont have any other qualified 32 bit version of the sim on my machine, FSUIPC4 fails to install. This results in an error message stating PACX installation ended prematurely. Any ideas? by the way, I went the thru the install process more than 3 times in an effort to verify my steps. On my fourth attempt, PACX blocked me from continuing the install because I exceeded the activation limit. Talk about frustrating. I will file a support tix on this issue....but any limits to activation should be solely based on a successful installation and activation of the software - not a partial/incomplete installation without ever successfully launching the program. Just saying....
  3. I am having the same problem. Let me preface this post by stating I only have the 64 bit version of P3D on my machine. I do not have FSX or any other version of P3D other than P3Dv4+. During the setup routine, PACX successfully reinstalls the latest version of FSUICP 5. Once complete, it then tries to install FSUICP4. Since I dont have any other version of MSFS other than P3DV4.5, it cant install FSUIPC4. When it fails to complete the installation of FSUIPC4, it prematurely ends the installation routine. Any ideas?