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FS2Crew not working with PMGD 737 NGX on FSX:SE (new version # system not compatible

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Hello,

 

After installing the latest version of PMDG 737NGX into my steam folder (Now have a side-by-side install) I'm unable to get FS2Crew working on the steam side. It seems to work fine on the original, and parallel, install "Program files(x86)/FSX" even though I'm getting an error stating that FS2Crew will only install on existing versons of SP1C or higher. Now that PMDG is using version numbers, instead of SP1, SP1C etc, how can I install FS2 Crew and by-pass this issue?

 

For the record, I completely uninstalled the 737NGX from both installs, as suggested by PMDG, and reinstalled in both versions of FSX.

 

I am a boxed version owner so had to wait until the newest update.

 

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Dave Bulman

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We have a new version under development that officially supports Steam and P3D.

 

It's called NGX Reboot, and it's a massive overhaul to the whole product.  It's basically a brand new program.

 

 

The old FS2Crew 737 NGX will work in P3D and Steam, but you have to migrate it manually.

 

There are numerous threads in this forum detailing what needs to be done.

 

The SP1C warning message can be disregarded.  Just press OK.

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I have only FSX:SE installed and NGX now updated with sp2.

 

So, does Emergency NGX work correctly with this latetst PMDG updated, even if I disregard sp1c error message?

 

I'm waiting for Rebooted version, but I'd like to fly ngx sp2 with fs2crew while waiting for it.


Riccardo

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Answer myself, installed on a stand alone FSX:SE and seems to works perfectly.


Riccardo

OS: Windows 10-64 bit, CPU: i7-7700K @4.20 GHz, GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 G1 8GB GDDR5, RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR4 32GB 3000MHz, MB: MSI Z270

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