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FS2002_LANDING GEAR IN UP POSITION.1.)Unable to lower landing gear.2.)After takeoff with gear down it automatically raises.3.)Cockpit view displays gear handle in up position, and it will not remain down after [g] acctuated.***I believe I ended a flight from cruise, changed planes and started on runway at the time the error was noted!***Is there a solution OTHER than uninstalling FS2002 [8 cpu networked system...[arghhhhh!]***All consults welcomeBRIAN W. HARRIS

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With ALL your aircraft or just with certain ones? Some add-ons give one a headache.I have such trouble from time to time, less than in the past with earlier versions of FS, but find that re-booting FS2002 cures it. Or re-booting Windows 98 or XP depending which machine I am on.Also, are you using MS controllers like joystick or 3rd party add-on like CH or something else? Sometimes that can cause gear trouble.If chronic, an uninstal and reinstal of FS2k2 may be necessary. But don't rush to do that--that should be a last or at least a later resort.JS

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Hi BrianA bit obvious but I can only suggest that you check in the assignments that you still have 'G' key selected and active for gear operation.

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Hi Brian,Why have you not called your "consultant" in Denver (grin)? Whats up with this gear problem and all that CPU horsepower. Do I need to come to LA to fix your "water cooled" gig (grin).Take CareBob

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The fact the gear is raised automatically means that the [g] command is given on the ground. Are you really sure you don't press [g] during the startup? Or could it be the [g] command is linked to some other key?Mathijs KokLAGO

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