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  • #2130

    afonso_am
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    Recently my SODE stopped working, so I went to check the Platform manager and it says that SODE is registered but the module is not active. However I am unable to activate it the module and to unregister SODE. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling but the issue persists. I’m using version 1.5.3 with P3D v4.1

    • This topic was modified 10 months, 2 weeks ago by  afonso_am.
    #2145

    12bPilot
    Keymaster

    This is strange, since I am using Prepar3D.exe itself to activate/deactivate SODE.
    Were you trying to do the actions while P3D was running?

    #2146

    afonso_am
    Participant

    No, P3D was shutdown, I tried restarting and reinstalling SODE and the issue persisted.
    This is what I see:

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    #2152

    12bPilot
    Keymaster

    Can you upload/post your add-ons.cfg from here C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4 ?

    #2156

    afonso_am
    Participant

    Here it is:
    [Package.01]
    PATH=C:\Users\Afonso\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Add-ons\FsDreamTeam Addon Manager
    TITLE=FsDreamTeam Addon Manager
    ACTIVE=true
    REQUIRED=false
    [Package.02]
    PATH=C:\Users\Afonso\Documents\Prepar3d v4 Add-ons\FSLabs
    TITLE=FSLabs Aircraft Family
    ACTIVE=true
    REQUIRED=false
    [Package.03]
    PATH=C:\Users\Afonso\Documents\Prepar3d v4 Add-ons\Spotlights
    TITLE=FSLabs Spotlights
    ACTIVE=true
    REQUIRED=false
    [Package.04]
    PATH=C:\Program Files (x86)\12bPilot\SODE\P3Dv4
    TITLE=SODE
    ACTIVE=true
    REQUIRED=false
    [Package.0]
    PATH=D:\Flight Simulators\Prepar3D v4\Ecosystem\aerosoft\Anchorage Professional
    TITLE=Aerosoft Sim-wings Anchorage Professional
    ACTIVE=false
    REQUIRED=false

    #2157

    12bPilot
    Keymaster

    Ok, that cfg file got corrupted. Did you edit it yourself or did you install an add-on lately? SODE can’t be the root cause, since it uses native P3D routines to make the entry into that file.

    As per P3D SDK, the [Package.N] entries must be continous with no gaps in between, starting with 0.

    • [Package.0]
    • [Package.1]
    • [Package.2]
    • [Package.3]

    [Package.01] for example is clearly not valid. All those add-ons in your cfg with 01, 02, 03, 04 won’t load. I’ve just tested it here on my PC.

    If it was an installer that corrupted that file, please report that to the add-on developer.

    You can clean it up manually by correcting the numbers and put them in a nice sequence as defined above.

    #2158

    afonso_am
    Participant

    Just did, SODE now works, however, the indications on the Platform manager are still the same.

    #2159

    12bPilot
    Keymaster

    Then the cfg is still somewhat corrupted.

    I’d just delete it alltogether and re-install the add-ons in question freshly. P3D will generate a new one for you.

    #2160

    afonso_am
    Participant

    That appears to have done the trick, thanks!

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