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Today I decided to make a fresh start. I reinstalled Win 7 64 ultimate, installed all updates, installed FSX + Acceleration, installed NGX and SP1. Everything went smoothly and quickly.However, now I can't even load the NGX.I chose the aircraft, it appears in the preview pane, freezes and FSX crashes in module PMDG_737ngx.dllAnybody has any advise, I'm getting quietly very desperate...


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Hi, just a quick guess ...did you install all with administrative right ?


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try loading up another plane then switching to the pmdg from your airport, I have this issue and it is my ch controls apparently


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Alt-Tab and make sure the activation window isn't hiding behind the FSX window or something.


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Is your BIOS and Windows time set correctly? If not this can play badly with the NGX activation.


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try loading up another plane then switching to the pmdg from your airport, I have this issue and it is my ch controls apparently
That's worth a try, although I have Saitek gear ?
Alt-Tab and make sure the activation window isn't hiding behind the FSX window or something.
Thanks for the suggestion but the NGX activation went smoothly , no windows left.

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I now think it might be a controller issue. I installed Win7 with all my controllers plugged in (radio, nav, xpdr, adf, throttle, mcp, yoke, rudder, some OC, phidgets and Bodnar cards)I tried Wayne's advice and loaded up a Cessna flight and the plane on the ground was totally uncontrollable. After I finally got it to stop I tried loading the NGX.It loaded a sort of wire frame version of the plane, FSX froze and then crashed.I'm going to try reinstalling Win7 without any controllers connected and initialize them after the FSX install.


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Hi Martin,Start with installing FSX and the NGX only - see if this works - then add all your other addons and hardware one by one until you isolate the source of the problem.Cheers,


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Yes, I'll try that tonight after work (looking at airplanes all day, you call that work ? Money%20Eyes.gif )I will also do a reinstall of Win7 without controller hardware plugged in.


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