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FS9 crash when choosing ILS RWY in FMC

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Hi Folks, would anybody know why, when flying my FeelThere 737-300, every time I choose a ILS RWY for APP or a Star in the FMC, FS9 crashes?

Any ideas please.

Thanks

John

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Here is a link to all of the feelthere forums. I think the one for the B733 is in the unsupported list but you get in if your product is registered and communicate with other users.

 

http://forum.iemit.com/

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Hi Folks, would anybody know why, when flying my FeelThere 737-300, every time I choose a ILS RWY for APP or a Star in the FMC, FS9 crashes?

Any ideas please.

Thanks

John

 

Hi,

 

Happened to me also regularly with the FT 737 Classic.

Normally I already set the (expected) STAR and landing runway when preparing at departure.

Not anymore for the FT 737 because it doesn't like the arrival changed once it had initially been set.

Very annoying but we/I have to live with that.

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Yeah it did happen to me as well. I used to get super angry about it

Now how do you feel about it?

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I deleted Wilco planes except for Feelthere Ejets V2, and I feel happy) Wilco is crap

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Wilco is crap because they give you half-&@($* planes, with poor flight dynamics, poor quality all around for crazy amount of money. Look what happened at their Wilco Vol 1,2 Airbus series when they wanted you to pay extra for the Evolution brand. Something that should have been already included, they want you to pay. I am not even going into their customer support quality, its non-existent.

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Who paid out the money?

 

Which adds nothing to this thread.

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Which adds nothing to this thread.

And I am not the one who hijacked this thread, so is this a personal attack?

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And I am not the one who hijacked this thread, so is this a personal attack?

 

No

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No

 

 

Which adds nothing to this thread.
You obviously have nothing to add and are just stirring the pot.

 

Why don't you just leave this thread so the OP can get some help

 

Lee

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Lee,

 

Are you going to tell Nikitos2012 the same thing or just me?

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Lee,

 

Are you going to tell Nikitos2012 the same thing or just me?

 

Just you actually

 

Because he was actually on subject and possibly could've helped.

 

To the OP check the forums as said above, sure they'll sort you out.

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Lee,

 

Are you going to tell Nikitos2012 the same thing or just me?

 

Eh life's too short.

 

I'm finished with this thread and sticking my nose in.

 

Apologies JSkorna

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Hi,

 

Happened to me also regularly with the FT 737 Classic.

Normally I already set the (expected) STAR and landing runway when preparing at departure.

Not anymore for the FT 737 because it doesn't like the arrival changed once it had initially been set.

Very annoying but we/I have to live with that.

 

For runway specific SIDs and STARs I only use the points common to all runways in the flight plan sent to ATC. This lets me handle with the ATC product in my tag runways dynamically assigned. I do not assign the FMC/FMS terminal procedures until ATC assigns them in Ground or Approach communications. I do not use FS ATC so I do not know if that can be handled that way. Of course the waypoints used in the FMC database and the plan must be in sync with the ATC plan. I use AIRAC subscriptions to update my planner and the FMC database.

 

Now, I assume here that by the quoted statement the the FT can handle the SID and STAR assignments during the flight one time only during ground operations and approach as long as they are not initially entered.

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