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Paul Deemer

Temporary Fix for the FSX Crash problem when loading the NGX

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When Installing the 737-NGX all 4 models of the plane loaded fine without any problems. (Fresh NGX Install, without any modifications to the NGX Files) However after exiting FSX and doing any of the 4 things below crashes started when loading the PMDG 737-NGX the next time. 1) Install New AIRACs 2} Install New Liveries (Note:) You have to get aircraft.cfg off Read Only 3} Install ASE Xgauge (Note:) You have to get panel.cfg off Read only) 4) Try to resume a flight later using FSUIPC Autosave Having the PMDG MD-11 and 747-400 I tried the following which fixed the problem. Loaded Default Friday Harbor with the PMDG 747-400 in the air and then exited and loaded the 737-800 and it worked fine again. Not sure why this is. (Note I first tried with the default cessna and hang glider this of course did not work) If you have another PMDG plane and your NGX is crashing try the above fix and report your results and system specs. This will help the PMDG Team track the problem down quicker. Windows Vista - 64 BitQuad Core Q6600 2.4 ghz at 3.0 ghz overlocked8 Gigs OCZ Reaper8800 GTX Video Card


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