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A320 diving to the ground

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Hello everybody,It has been a while since my last post (question) but today something very awkward happened.After take-off with the standard A320, I activated autopilot and promptly the airplane made a straight dive towards earth. I disengaged the AP, climbed back to a decent altitude (8000 ft), activated AP again and, again, the aircraft went into a dive.I removed the airbus from my harddisk, got the new installationfile (even if I already had that one on my HD), and reinstalled from scratch.No remedy though because after takeoff, the same thing happened all over again.I tried the other 'small' buses, and they all did the same thing. Diving towards the ground.I am using the latest Fsuipc, and the only thing I changed was the panel.cfg to stop the flickering of the mousecursor...Is there anybody with a suggestion;(Luc 'Glaudrung' BrusselmansBelgium

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Saw the same thing myself this weekend.I fixed it by creating a flight with the default MSF B737-400, engines running, nav switch to Nav, then switching to the Scarebus. Something apparently gets set in the last.flt file that causes this behavior, and it'll stick with you until reset...loading a default airplane seems to be the sure-fire way to reset the settings.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Washington, DC

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Thanks Bob,Funny thing is that the problem went away after installing the A330 of PSS again.But, now that I come to think about it, it could be that I started with another situation after installing the A330.I will try this out this evening.Luc 'Glaudrung' BrusselmansBelgium

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Happy to help. BTW, I lived 2 years in Chi

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Well Bob, you had a fifty fifty chance to make the correct guess but 'bon soir' is not for me... I live in the Flemish speaking part of belgium near Antwerp.So it would be something like 'goedenavond'.But, here in Belgium almost everybody speaks two or more languages so even if you would adress me in German or French or Dutch or English, it wouldn't matter very much because I speak them all (some better than others).Anyway, thanks for the help here.Have a nice eveningLuc

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Buenos noches, then? :-)CheersBob

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