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For some reason, I cannot load flightplans to my FMC anymore...Anytime I save plans from FSNAV and load to PMDG export all seems fine, but when I try to load into the 747 FMC, I get 'Not In Database.'Please can anyone tell me what has happened?

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Guest Buck Bolduc

>For some reason, I cannot load flightplans to my FMC>anymore...Anytime I save plans from FSNAV and load to PMDG>export all seems fine, but when I try to load into the 747>FMC, I get 'Not In Database.'>Please can anyone tell me what has happened?I had problems with FSNav.Now I use FSBuild, no problems at all.

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I have searched for the free edition of FSBuild but am unable to find it! Is it still available and from where?

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Guest Paul Heaney

No, it's not available anymore, Maybe try a google search. But FSBuild is definetaly worth buying, I can paste a flight plan, click build, and all my addon, flightplans are saved in the proper place, and I'm good to go.

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Hmmmmm.. I haven't had any problems with the FSNav to PMDG export. Not sure what the problem is at your end..------------------------------------------------------------------Joe F."It's not the fall that kills ya. It's the sudden stop at the end"http://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/ng_driver.jpghttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/747400.jpghttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/pmdg_744F.jpg

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Guest Buck Bolduc

>I have searched for the free edition of FSBuild but am unable>to find it! Is it still available and from where?AFAIK it's no longer availible as freeware.If you want to buy it go here-----> http://secure.simmarket.com/product_info.php?products_id=486If you do buy it you want the performance file. You need to put it in FSbuilds "Aircraft Folder", if you want it to be the default aircraft just put it at the top of the list, leave a space between all aicreafts.Perf File --> http://www.fsbuild.com/aircraft_performance.htmlWRT NavData. There is an export file on NavData's site, forget the name of it. It's the same and works w/ PMDG's 737-747. You need that as well as NavData itself.

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Guest troyboy66

Ok...I found the problemI also have Level-D 767 and I downloaded the export tool from FSNAV for Level D. Somehow it changed the default location for my PMDG export tool and relocated it to LD-767 folder...I verified this by going into FS9/Modules/FSNAV. In here is a .INI file..Here it list Export file locations for PMDG737 and PIC767.(Level-D uses the same export tool). For PMDG, the path was listed as C:/Prgrams Files/Microsoft/FS9/Level-D/NAVDATA/PMDG737...Just by looking at this, I kew it was wrong..The path however for LD 767 was correct...So I had to remap the path to the actual folder where the 737 flightplans are loaded...After that, everything worked fine...Thanks for all you helpTroy

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