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leesteventon

Carenado Beechcraft C90 crashes FSX

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Hi Folks.

 

I have yet to finish a flight on my new Carenado Beechcraft C90B because it has always crashed FSX.

This always happens when changing from a 2D panel view back to VC view. The latest episode was in the descent a few miles from destination when I changed from autopilot panel view, back to VC. I have done five or six flights so far (apart from the one or two quick hops around an airfield to play with it!).

 

I have the version with SP1 already applied.

 

Any ideas please?

 

Thanks

 

Lee

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Done that, Carenado have suggested a couple of things. One made it worse and the next fix put it back to where it was originally.

 

Beginning to wish I hadn't wasted my money.

 

In my opinion, it's nowhere near as good as Aeroworx Be200 for FS2004.

 

Lee

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Try right-clicking on FSX and clicking on "run as administrator". Then just start up the flight as usual and see what it does.


Thanks,

Kevin L

 

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