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Hi,Should the memory usage of the process xpax_engine.exe be up to 202,000 kb? I don't think it should. I have noticed once Xpax is minimised to the System Tray, the memory usage in the task manager slowly climbs higher and higher. If you maximise and minimise again (not to system tray) the usage drops to around 5-6,000 kb (which is what I would expect usage to be).Using Fs2004, XP SP2, 2Gb RAM, P4 3.4 Ghz, X1650Pro 512Mb, used PMDG 737-700, Active Sky 6.5, Flight Keeper, FSHotSFX and RC4.1Please let me know if you want any more info.ThanksJonathan

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Mine was running as a process using 74mb's after I had closed the program down. I just posted about it a few minutes ago

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Now after a Flight with the Level-D 767 from LHBP to LSZH , i have 321,000 KB. I Use the FS9 I hope for a quick Solution.greetingsJ

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Sure, enjoy your holiday time... but I hope you will look at this problem when the holidays are over!Jonathan

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I think the Problem is Aircraft spezial. Level-D ( ~300 MB )PMDG 747 F ( EDDF - UUEE ) ( over 400 MB )but F1 ATR , short Flight or long Flight ~ 80 MB and not more.I will test XPax with FSX and Vista.greetingsJ

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Hi,I am disappointed that this problem does not seem to have been addressed by the developers. It seems to be happening with PMDG aircraft.Any news from HiFi?Jonathan

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Hi Carl,memory usage as follows C182 @ KSEA: 431,000PMDG 747-400: 796,000LVLD 767: 592,152Jonathan

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