By Ross Carlson 887155
#513734 Using a registry fixer isn't going to work unless it is designed to work with the Steam Edition. The registry entry is only one piece of the puzzle. vPilot also needs to be able to find the FSX configuration file, since that file stores all the paths to where your aircraft models are installed. The registry fixer is setting your registry entry such that it looks like you're using the original FSX, so vPilot is looking for a file called FSX.cfg, but in fact you're using the Steam Edition, so your actual config file is probably called fsx_se.cfg. That's why it doesn't show FSX SE as an option in your simulator list.

I would try reinstalling FSX SE.