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PMDG 747-400 FSX Load Manager

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Hi,The load manager for the 747-400 FSX does not save the load information for the next time after I hit the "save to file" button.It does change the load/fuel for the current flight - but if I exit FSX and then reload it, the payload goes back to the original default load.I have uninstalled, reinstalled and run the repair option for the 747-400.I am also one of the users having the problem with the A/P not lining up on the runway during an ILS approach. The ILS heading is off by the deviation amount and the A/C doesn;t track the magenta line in the ND. (Please see my post earlier)http://forums.avsim.net/dcboard.php?az=sho...d=140747&page=3I am running PMDG 747-400 for FSX (version - v2.00.0031)on Windows XP Professional (SP2).FSX version 10.0.61355.0 (fsx-sp1.20070510.2038)Any ideas??Patrick James

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Patrick-are you on Vista? Did you install FSX by running the install with "Run as Administrator"? What folder did you install it in?Did you install the 747-400X with "Run as Administrator"?I'm putting the finishing touches to a utility that should help detect some issues on Vista folder permissions. If you're willing to participate, let me know and I'll send it your way (if you post or send me your email, that is).


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Not Vista - Installed under Windows XP Professional (SP2)Was installed while under an administrator accountThe directory of FSX that it was installed to is:D:Microsoft GamesMicrosoft Flight Simulator XThe aircraft installed to the simobjectsairplanes subdirectory. Patrick James

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>Hi,>>The load manager for the 747-400 FSX does not save the load>information for the next time after I hit the "save to file">button.>>It does change the load/fuel for the current flight - but if>I exit FSX and then reload it, the payload goes back to the>original default load.>I had this problem as well, but fixed it by installing the 747x update.- John


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