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  1. Hi, I'm suffering from server problems, and I already tried many possiblities to solve this problem, but without any success. It seems REX cannot download anything from the weather server or from community. I receive below message, could you please help me out with this? Many thanks in advance,
  2. After a new installation of Windows 10, P3Dv3.1 & ASN which are now all successfully working I've moved onto REX4 Texture Direct w/Soft Clouds installation. I previously had Windows 7 with TD w/sc ver 20150818 working fine after Reed fixed a SQL LocalDB "corrupt " error. Now I have a similar problem after successfully using the REX Download Manager to install ver. 20151006. The installation found and accepted both my SQL Server ExpressDB 2012x64 v.11.0.2318.0 and NET Framework 4.5 as Acceptable. The installation completed and when I first tried to Run REX4 as Administrator I received an Error Message that will not go away unless I stop the REX Process in Task Manager. The Error is "Your SQL Server Installation is either corrupt or has been tampered with (Unknown Package ID). Please uninstall then re-run setup to correct this problem". I'm not very confident that uninstalling REX4 TD and relioading will fix this SQL Server Error. The "Magic" that Reed preformed on my previous build with Windows 7 looks like it needs to be repeated but I'm not sure of the process to reinitialize a corrupted SQLocalDB.exe Assistance would be appreciated. Pat
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