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Captain Sim B52 Hissing Sound At Cold And Dark?

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I know some planes make a noise even at cold and dark. For example, the ultralight has a constant blowing wind in your ears sound.

 

This B52 also seems to have a sound at cold and dark, it's sound most resembles white noise from a tv that can't pull in any channels.

 

What is this suppose to represent in this plane?

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Turns out this was an issue with a bad install of the B52. Properly reinstalled plane with proper online verification and sound issue is gone.

 

Still have issue with cockpit windows though.

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Still have issue with cockpit windows though.

I know this doesn't help, but just for info, I have no problem with opening and closing the pilot and co-pilot side windows ( I presume its those windows you are experiencing problems with ). Left click on the handle to slide open, and the same to close them. This is in P3Dv2.2, by the way.

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