jrbirdman wrote:Okay Hagar, I did as you suggested, I can see the list of error culprits, so now how do I get rid of them or fix this? I tried Select All and Clear All to no avail so I'm stumped. Kind regards, Jeremy
OK Jeremy. First of all, 80 "Multiple objects" error messages is a lot. There is no quick & easy fix & you will have to rectify each one individually.
You said you have "hundreds of aircraft" installed to FSX.
It's not for me to criticise but I must say that this seems excessive & I wonder if you really need them all.
It might make things easier if you have a quick look through your SimObjects\Airplanes folder & remove any 3rd party aircraft that you don't use or forgot you had.*
The more you can remove the better. Then run the utility again & hopefully the number of errors will be reduced. This will make your problem so much easier to fix.
* No need to delete anything. You can move them to another folder to back them up. An easy method is to create a new folder in your Airplanes folder & rename it something like Hide or Hangar. Then drag unwanted aircraft into this folder to hide them from FSX.
You can reinstall these aircraft later if you wish but I suggest doing this one at a time & checking each one out in FSX before doing another one.
Meanwhile I'll work on a walk-through on using the ACA 2013 utility to fix the errors you're left with. It will make things easier for me if you tell me the version of FSX you're using. Also if you're in the habit of installing repaints.