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PSS A330/340 will not fly in FS2002!

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HiI've been flying the A320 Pro series with great success and pleasure in FS2002 for about a year now so I was looking forward to the heavies but - I just cannot get these to fly correctly.When I take off manually but using FLEX and have cleaned up and selected autopilot the annunciator on the PDF flashes between A FLOOR and TOGA. When LVR CLB shows I am unable to return the throttle to CL detent. After fighting the controls for a while by mainly switching A/THR on and off things stabilise for a while until an amber TOGA starts to flash - more pressing A/THR on and off. The speed tape is all over the place and MORE DRAG is indicated even when the speed indicated is too low.After nursing things along by adjusting speed manually I finally arrive at the landing, Dual Autoland, and at RETARD the A/C just floats down the runway, TOGA LK lights up and away we go. At this point the Performance Page is at GO AROUND and we have another aborted flight, perhaps I could recover but, by then, I am thoroughly pee'd off and start over again.I have noticed that on the Aircraft Selection Page the description reads 'FDE Version FS9-1.2', now I'm sure I've read a number of times that the FDE's are different animals so am I using the one designed for FS9 in FS2002? I can assure you that I did install the FS2002 version. Can anyone using the PSSA330/340 in FS2002 please check and let me know?I HAVE tried Bob's original FDE without success and have also posted on the PSS and Just Flight forumsI would be really grateful if anyone can throw some light on my dilemma!Tony

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As far as I am aware the A330/340 is not compatible with FS2002.Anyone?My mistake....the website does indeed say FS2002 / FS9


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HiDon't frighten the life out of me just yet.This has got knocked down sooo quickly I have to ask-PLEASE can anyone help me!Tony

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HiDon't frighten the life out of me just yet.This has got knocked down sooo quickly I have to ask-PLEASE can anyone help me!Tony

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Have you tried the PSS forum here at AVSIM ? ... probably better chances overthere for some good adviceb rdgs Dick=

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Thanks Dick I did say in my original post that I had posted in the PSS forumTony

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HiJust to say that I changed my FSUIPC to V 3.411 and reset it's ini file also tweaked the lift_scalar to 0.6 for the A330's and have just had a perfect flightThanksTony

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