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    Posted: August-29-2017 at 12:01pm
Hello,
I installed FSiPanel on a new computer with Windows 10 and I can't get it to work with the PMDG 737 NGX.
When I launch an approach from FSiPanel, the speed after trimming is always way too high, the N1 is constantly 101 % and I get constantly overspeed warnings.
I made the following report in FSiPanel:
FSiPanel Order number : 1163807
FSiPanel has administrator right
FSX has administrator right
FSUIPC Version 4.969` Registered
Slew Mode Activated successfully
Lat : 50.9114749999774 Lon: 4.49997222222223
New Lat : 50.9114749999774 Lon: 4.49997222222223
SLEW Mode is OK
LUA Script OK

What can be wrong ?

Dirk Nerinckx
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote J-P Garraio Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August-29-2017 at 1:48pm
Hi Dirk,

FSX or P3D v3?
Do you have latest version of the 737?

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Hi Jean-Pierre,

I have FSX
PMDG 737NGX latest version
Chaseplane


PS: with PMDG 747-400 ( new version) I have other strange problems, there all displays in the cockpit dissappear ( black screens) when I use FSIPanel!

I have a new pc with i7-7700k and Nvidia GTX1060.

Everything works in FSX with the PMDG planes when I don't use FSiPanel.

Dirk.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote J-P Garraio Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August-30-2017 at 3:06am
Hi Dirk,

This might be due to the PMDG july update, since this update, reloading a flight causes lots of problems, black screens and systems not working. Several users have reported that and PMDG is aware of this situation, I do hope that they can fix it as PMDG addons are the only ones having this problem so far.

Could you please try the following with your 747.
- Start FSX, default aircraft.
- Start FSiPanel and prepare your approach.

Now the 747 should load normally as it loads for the first time, is that the case ?

After the approach, you'll need to restart your FSX with default aircraft to fly the 2nd approach.

Can you try the same with the 737.

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Hi Jean-Pierre,

This procedure solves indeed all the mentioned problems, no black screens anymore in the 747 and no crazy behaved 737 anymore !
Thank you very much!
Is there any change you can work around the problems with the PMDG planes in a next version of FSiPanel ?


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Hi Jean-Pierre,

It seems that I was to quick with my conclusion that it works now.
Sometimes it does, sometimes it gives the same problems again.
That is very regrettable.

Regards,
Dirk.
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