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Bob4th

Problem with my NGX

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Hi Folks. I'm having something unusual happen with my NGX installation. Whenever I take off, my plane seems to want to level off at about 3000 feet and will accelerate to no faster than 195 knots. This has happened with both pre- and post-service pack and it happened when following the tutorial. This wasn't a problem originally but it has persisted for a couple of months. I'm puzzled about what to do about it. This is such a great aircraft and I really want to get this working correctly. Has this happened with anyone else?Bob JonesManufacturer: DellModel: XPS-8300Processor: Intel Cor i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40GHz 3.40 GHzInstalled Memory (RAM): 8.00 GB RamSystem type: 64-bit Operating SystemVideo Card: ATI Radeon HD 5700 Series

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Have you flown the tutorial to the letter? I have a feeling it's something you've misconfigured, especially if it's worked before. Make sure you're not forgetting anything.

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Did you pull your flaps up?? I think there is a speed restriction controlled by aircraft systems as to not to damage the flaps on overspeed. And remember to set your trim according to whatever FMC input you set it to.

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Thanks, guys. Yes, Kyle, I've flown it to the letter. In fact, I did that again after installing the service pack and the -600/-700. I had the same suspicion. I'll run the tutorial again just in case.Jakob, thanks but yes I raise the flaps by schedule and set the trim while at the gate.I'll fly the tutorial again later this week and see how that works.Any other suggestions would be appreciated.

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Problem solved!! There were some issues that made me think the problem might be in my CH flight Sim yoke config. I reset to default in both FSX and FSUIPC and, voila, the plane flies perfectly!!

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