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AIFP34313 Error

I've been using AIFP34313 for quite a while but have started getting an error message I've not seen before.

The program starts okay but as soon as I try to load aircraft, open BGL etc I get an error saying 'C:\User\Documents\My Music is denied'
I've never seen this before and unsure why it's suddenly started with this error... why is it trying to access my music files?

I'm confused!

Any help would be much appreciated

(I've done the usual reinstall clean version etc)


Resource contributor
Have you checked inside the AIFP.ini file and found no mention of the My Music folder?
Note that there is a separate AIFP forum:

Looking through the INI was the first thing I did and can find no mention of music anywhere within....

Any other ideas?

I'll repost on the AIFP forum. I thought I had posted there but must have been mistaken... blame it on the gin!!