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A piece of the model that displays the interior seems to be missing... interesting. Assuming you were not modifying any aircraft.cfg files, I recommend you run the installer and select REPAIR.. hope it helps.

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very strange i haven't messed with anything

Using DX10 or 9?

Did you change any video card settings? (like transparency anti aliasing)

Did you install any new liveries recently?

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sorted it by doing a repair. thanks guys!

 

one other thing how can i change the weights in the 737 800 like the zfw?

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What do you mean change weights ?

You can just enter the ZFW into the scratchpad in the PAYLOAD screen, instead of entering passengers and payload manually.

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joeba good tip thanks! i've gone into simobjects the aircraft cfg and changed the weights to match PFPX and TOPCAT

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joeba good tip thanks! i've gone into simobjects the aircraft cfg and changed the weights to match PFPX and TOPCAT

Ouch! I wouldn't do that, that can't be good for you :)

I would change PFPX and TOPCAT to match the NGX instead.

 

You can use these profiles

TOPCAT: http://forum.avsim.net/topic/417842-topcat-pfpx-737ngx-weights-how-to/?p=3062467

PFPX: http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/86055-pfpx-profiles-by-flyprecisely/

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Ouch! I wouldn't do that, that can't be good for you :)

I would change PFPX and TOPCAT to match the NGX instead.

 

You can use these profiles

TOPCAT: http://forum.avsim.net/topic/417842-topcat-pfpx-737ngx-weights-how-to/?p=3062467

PFPX: http://forum.aerosoft.com/index.php?/topic/86055-pfpx-profiles-by-flyprecisely/

 

 

cheers dude i just done that guide works great and returned the aircraft.cfg back to normal

sometimes the zfw is 100kg off if i enter it manually

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Change PFPX/TOPCAT to match PMDG aircraft, not other way around.  Messing with anything related with weight and balance in the PMDG aircraft configuration is very problematic because PMDG does not model their aircraft like FSX, which was designed for Cessnas.

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now its off by 2000 kg in the fmc i followed the guide. topcat and pfpx match. it happened after i changed the baggage weight etc


Right i had to drop my baggage weight (per pax) to 1kg in PFPX and matched it in TOPCAT also untill the ZFW matched with the 737 FMC ZFW.

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well its gone and done it again. textures are missing same as the dropbox pict above

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You using Ezdok for cameras? If so try rerunning the configuration tool that comes with Ezdok. If the camera locations are not added to the aircraft cfg it can cause odd issues like that. Anytime you install a new plane or run a repair the Ezdok panel needs to be rerun again to ensure all the camera entries are added into the aircraft's cfg.

 

 

Sean Campbell

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Hi sean tried that no luck! i submitted a ticket to pmdg they said check the HIGHMEMFIX=1 in the fsx.cfg but i have that too

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Got another message from PMDG saying re-install accelaration but that didn't work waiting on the next solution

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Got another message from PMDG saying re-install accelaration but that didn't work waiting on the next solution

 

You really sure you haven't been doing any messing about? Judging by how readily you went into the SimObjects folder to modify the aircraft.cfg, I get the feeling that wasn't the first time you've gone in to modify something that you probably shouldn't have modified...

 

(and in the case of modifying weights in the aircraft.cfg, definitely shouldn't have modified)

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Only thing i modified was the weights. But i have uninstalled the NGX twice now from scratch. So everything has been reset clean!

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well i have got PMDG (ryan) scratching his head on why my textures have gone....

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found the problem

Vernon

 

Why don't you indicated how the problem was solved? It might help someone in the future who has the same problem.

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Vernon

 

Why don't you indicated how the problem was solved? It might help someone in the future who has the same problem.

Agree... It frustrates me when someone has a weird issue that no one can help solve, then the OP, after all the suggestions comes back and says problem solved or I figured out what it was, but then doesn't divulge what he/she did to solve it.

 

OP,please tell us how you fixed the issue in case someone else has the same issue in the future.

 

 

Sean Campbell

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 I've been away all day and needed to test it before making assumptions here it is....

 

for the past 5 days i have been having textures missing on my 737 ngx. i couldn't work out why, so i submitted a ticket to pmdg and they tried everything possible. so i started to undo my last steps, like roll back my drivers, rename the fsx.cfg etc but then soon as i do a repair on my 737 ngx the textures are back BUT soon as i setup the voxatc panel setup the textures are missing. so clearly voxatc is doing something to my textures.

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