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i just bought the LVLD 767 FS2Crew, and for whatever reason the instructions do not work with my FS set up. this is for FS9...It isn't placing the panel in the 767, FS doesn't have any trace of the product, and the 767 doest show it either.can you give me the right instructions, because the one on the PDF file don't work.and the registry updater doesn't work either.

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Hi Bryan This is happening to me to , and I'm very upset I bought that product and can't use it . can you help me thank you ,Jessica

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Hello Jessica,I replied to your email.Don't get upset :-)I have a very large user base for the 767, and it's very rare that I can't solve a problem for a new user :-)All the best,Bryan

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ok here what I've done , Step 1 Installed Level-D 767ER with the Sp3Step 2 Installed FS2crew 767 and it placed the folder in Fs2004Step 3 Follow the Fs2crew PDF said , Step 4 Start flightsim and Left clicked on the Capt Speed indacator nothing Still can't see FS2crew in it even under Level -D 767 you know the ALT bar at the top , no Fs2crew , I'm lost with nothing Now , I'm getting ready to go on a 10-12day duty trip so I'm not upset I wasted my money on this after I've since great Reviews about it , I've look at all the forms and there is nothing there to help me out I didn't know why it's not showing up in panel , I'm out of answers .Thank you ;(Jessica

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Hi Jessica,I replied to your email.I asked you to send me your current panel.cfg so I can see if FS2Crew's gauges were added to the 767.Don't worry, it's probably something little and we'll get you up and running asap.Cheers,Bryan

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hey one more question:with FS2CREW running...during the time where the fuel is being load, a noise that can be compared to a tractor starts and won't stop throughout the flight, it is very annoying and i can't hear ANYTHING else but this obnoxious noise, do you know what i can look for to disable this noise, or how to ovoid it?

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Hmmmm, try turning off the HF radio selector switches on the overhead.That could be the source.Cheers,Bryan

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>Hmmmm, try turning off the HF radio selector switches on the>overhead.>>That could be the source.>>Cheers,>Bryan>can you screen shot what to do?

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There are two HF panels on the overhead panel.One on the left of the Engine Start Switches panel and one on the right.If you can't find the two panels, I'll send you a screen shot.Cheers,Bryan

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i couldn't find it sorryalso if these are switched off on or whatever they are not on default, then this noise won't start at all during the flight?

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Hi,Pls send me an email.Assuming it is in fact the HF radios, it's easier for me to send you a screen shot though an email than it is to upload via Avsim.admin@fs2crew.comCheers,Bryan

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I have the same problem. Purchased the FS2Crew and nothing happens after I install it, I have the SP3. My email is Ryan83b@gmail.com

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SAME PROBLEM FOR ME . I PURCHASED FSW 2CREW AND NOTHING HAPPENS AS WELL AFTER I INSTALLED IT .I HAVE SP3 TOO .Any idea?? I CAN BE REACH AT mnauel.arribas@laposte.net

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Hi,I just sent you an email, but it just bounced back on me.Do you have another email address or can you add fs2crew.com to your safe email recipients list so I don't get blocked.I assume you guys read the manual from cover to cover?The easiest way to tell if FS2Crew is installed in the 767 aircraft is to look at your panel.cfg file for the 767.If you see a bunch of FS2Crew gauge and window entries, you know FS2Crew was successfully added to he 767 aircraft.Cheers,Bryan

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I'm experiencing the same thing, email is Jefsowel@aol.comPease help! :)

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Hi Bryan I've just bought the software from fspilotshop as a download and experiencing the same thing like those other members above. I have installed and re-installed both fs2crew and level D767 3 times but nothing is happening. I've also checked if the .sdk file was in its proper location and it was but I get nothing. One thing for sure is that after installing FS2crew my configuration manager doesn't work anymore. It said a file is missing or invalid. I'm using Vista 32-bit on my machine and FSUIPC the latest version. My email is denon_denon@yahoo.com. Thanks in advance. Patrick Park

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Hi Bryan I've just bought the software from fspilotshop as a download and experiencing the same thing like those other members above. I have installed and re-installed both fs2crew and level D767 3 times but nothing is happening. I've also checked if the .sdk file was in its proper location and it was but I get nothing. One thing for sure is that after installing FS2crew my configuration manager doesn't work anymore. It said a file is missing or invalid. I'm using Vista 32-bit on my machine and FSUIPC the latest version. My email is denon_denon@yahoo.com. Thanks in advance. Patrick Park
Hello Patrick,Email sent.You'll want to run the FS registry repair tool, and then re-install the 767 and FS2Crew.Cheers,

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Thanks for a fast respond and the email Bryan.. I'll give it a try tomorrow as it is later now :)... I'll let you know if it'll solve the problem... Thanks again :)

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Hi,I have the same problem. My e-mail: rbvod@hotmail.com

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Hi,I have the same problem. My e-mail: rbvod@hotmail.com
I just emailed you with the link to the Registry Repair tool; hope that does the trick for you.Best,

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Hello, I have installed Registry Repair tool then I reinstall FS2crew. In my FS9 folder LVLD 767/Panel/Panel Options / panel_normal.cfg looks like this: //FS2Crew Modified LVLD 767 Panel Cfg//13 April 2006 (V1.1)//www.fs2crew.com[Window Titles]window00=Boeing 767 Upper Panelwindow01=Boeing 767 Main Panelwindow02=Boeing 767 Upper Panel First Officerwindow03=Boeing 767 Main Panel First Officerwindow04=Boeing 767 Overheadwindow05=Boeing 767 Pedestalwindow06=Boeing 767 FMCwindow07=Boeing 767 MCPwindow08=Boeing 767 Standby Instrumentswindow09=Mini Panelwindow10=Main panelwindow11=FS2Crew Control Panelwindow12=FS2Crew Watchwindow13=FS2Crew Engineer Onewindow14=FS2Crew Load Formwindow15=FS2Crew PCSwindow16=FS2Crew Departure Pagewindow17=FS2Crew Fuel SheetWindow18=FS2Crew Distribution Formwindow19=FS2Crew Start Crew (Push)window20=FS2Crew Start Crew (No Push)window21=FS2Crew PA'swindow22=FS2Crew Oxygen Panelwindow23=FS2Crew FO Commandswindow24=FS2Crew Event Buttonwindow25=FS2Crew Approach Pagewindow26=FS2Crew Engineer Twowindow27=FS2Crew FA Close Doorwindow28=FS2Crew Cruise FAwindow29=FS2Crew FO EICASwindow30=FS2Crew FO Takeoffwindow31=FS2Crew Monitored Appwindow32=FS2Crew FA Problemwindow33=FS2Crew Jetset Linewindow34=FS2Crew FA Turbwindow35=FS2Crew ETOPSwindow36=FS2Crew Mode Callswindow37=FS2Crew Situationwindow38=FS2Crew Engineer Threewindow39=FS2Crew FO Startwindow40=FS2Crew Non Normal..................I start FS9 FS2Crew tutorial then click in the middle of Captain's Airspeed Indicator, Altimeter, VSI, RMI and nothing happens.

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Hi,FS2Crew installed correctly for you by the looks of it.Try updating your video card drivers.Cheers,

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