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Hello,I own the cd version of A320 professional. I installed it in fs2004 following the fs2004 cd update.However, I'm not able to fly the plane, because it won't take off at all. I entered all the right values in the FMC, I used the ZFW of the load manager (no overweight),but when I pull back my control column at V1 nothing happens, other than that the plane 'drives' on in the grass...accelerating to 220 knots but without taking off. I use a standard flap/trim setting in the FMC of 2/up2.5And the strange thing is that everything goes OK with the A330/340.Is there maybe something wrong with e.g. lift scalars in the aircraft config?Thanks for any input,Christiaan Gorter

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Make sure "Discon elev trim axis for AP" is NOT checked in the FSUIPC technical tab.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Washington, DC


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Thanks for your reply, but I also found a solution to my problem!The Pitch trim (LOWER ECAM, flight controls page) was at 0,0I pitched the trim up, so it said -2,5 degrees up. Now my plane is correctly trimmed and can leave the ground....Christiaan

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Glad you solved your problem.I would have mentioned trim, except your original post said you were using a standard flap/trim setting of 2/2.5 UP...RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Washington, DC


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Guest onelimey

Hello Bob, I have got the same problem, and I did check the FSUIPC. When I use the Num 8 or Num 2 to adjust elevator pitch you can see the arrows move but then they automatically return to 0.0ThanksAndy

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Hi,I have the same problem on my PSS A320. Aircraft can leave the ground.Can you explain me which file have you change? and which line?Thank's a lot.VincentFrenchies ;o)

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I don't think keyboard control of the PSS Scarebusses is possible...requires a joystick.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Washington, DC


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>Hi,>>I have the same problem on my PSS A320. Aircraft can leave the>ground.Can you explain me which file have you change? and>which line?>Thank's a lot.>>Vincent>Frenchies ;o)>Bonjour Vincent;In FS select Modules -> FSUIPC -> Technical"Discon elev trim axis for AP" should NOT be selected (no check mark in the box)Also, make sure to enter UP/-2.0 in the trim setting in the MCDU. Trim is set here, not with keyboard or joystick trim controls.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Washington, DC


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Guest crj700

Hello all, first reply.I have the same issue... Can't take off.First, I have the Airbus Pro and the A340 installed from the Internet installer, not the CD. I use the Saitek X-45 controller.Second, the A340 flies like an angel.Third, the A320 flies like a rock. Here's what I tried before posting:- FSUIPC ver.3.40, 3.411 and 3.44 give the same results.- Can't take off using the 2D panel, but CAN take off using the 3D panel.- I also tried the trim setting in the MCDU. No luck here either.- There has been references to the "Technical" tab in FSUIPC and modify one setting. I don't have such a tab. FSUIPC is not registered. Should it be?I also found that once airborne using the 3D panel, the aircraft can be controlled. But if I switch back to the 2D panel, control is lost.Any help would greatly appreciated.Regards,Jean-Francois St-Pierre

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Guest Busfan

Hi!I've installed the PSS A320 series for FS 2004 last week and I'm having a real hard time trying to take off this beauty.I followed all the steps from the tutorial and the Bus mowes the land even in long runways like Toulouse - FRANCE. Home of Da Bus.Please, tell me what can I do to begin enjoying this great aircraft as much as the rest of those happy simflyers.Congrats! It's a great work you've done here!Thanks a lot!

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>Hi!>>I've installed the PSS A320 series for FS 2004 last week and>I'm having a real hard time trying to take off this beauty.>I followed all the steps from the tutorial and the Bus mowes>the land even in long runways like Toulouse - FRANCE. Home of>Da Bus.>Please, tell me what can I do to begin enjoying this great>aircraft as much as the rest of those happy simflyers.>Congrats! It's a great work you've done here!>>Thanks a lot!Hello, Make sure that your numlok on your keypad is off, then when your at the hold short for the runway, go to the panel view, pic the FCTL button and adjust to up trim using the 1 keypad.CyaAndy

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Guest Busfan

Hi Andy!Thx a lot for your help!I've installed and registered the FSUIP 3.44 and now it seems to work fine without trim.Thanks again!Pat

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