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    Quote Originally Posted by leake View Post
    Maybe I should try connecting my SBS1 through Basestation. Is Basestation still available? If so where could I download it from?

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    David Anderson
    http://www.kinetic.co.uk/basestationdownloads1.php

    I strike the FTDI errors described elsewhere. Anmer may be able to assist there. Could be as simple as installing a compatible bundle
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    OK, Cheated.

    Got the VCP driver from here https://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm

    And dumped the contents of the i386 folder into the basestation directory once installed from the 'CD'
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    Hi guys,
    Does anyone found a solution for this? I'm facing the same issue with a SBS-3. As they announced to turn off the windows support I tried to feed with the MAC client trough Basestation and directly connected to SBS via network. None of the two approached are working for me, it says connected but the aircraft counts remains 0.
    All ports are open and reachable, I checked that with telnet so it seems to be an issue with the fr24 client.
    Regards, phil

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    1. BaseStation is available to download:

    http://www.kinetic.co.uk/basestationdownloads1.php

    I suggest the CD file.

    2. Be aware FR24 has announced it will cease supporting its Windows feed.

    https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...e-discontinued
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