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PMDG Operations Center (Liveries)

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Hi guys,


A bit of a problem trying to install liveries onto my FSX Steam version of the PMDG 737 NGX.


When I first installed the NGX about two weeks ago, it was great. The livery installer in the Operations Center worked no problem! But since moving FSX and all its add ons onto another SSD drive, the link to install liveries has disappeared. EVERYTHING else works fine. My FSX steam set up works perfectly except for the disappearing of the livery installer when you fire up the Operations Center. Any ideas?


I've been in touch with the great guys at PMDG but I can't seem to fix this issue. I've even uninstalled and re-installed the NGX but nothing seems to work. As nice as the PMDG 737 livery is, it's still nice to fly with real world paint schemes. Anyone else had similar issues?



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Lawrence, full names in the PMDG forums please.


I assume you used the control panel to uninstall such things as FSXSE and PMDG NGX before you installed these items onto your new drive.  Have you been "in touch" with PMDG via a trouble ticket? Was the uninstall/reinstall process was recommended? Normally, that will not fix a problem created in the registry before the installation.


If you have a problem with the registry before installing FSXSE and NGX on new drive that problem will still be there, and you may not have the knowledge to fix registry errors.  Stick with the trouble ticket method to get things correct.

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Hi Dan,


Thanks for your reply. I'm now starting to see where I could have gone majorly wrong with all this. Because I know next to nothing about how computers work (I enjoy using them but don't understand them technically) I simply let a friend of mine who is in I.T. remotely access my computer and move the files across to the other drive. No uninstalling or installing was done at that stage.


Could this have corrupted some files along the way?


I have recently been in touch with PMDG via a trouble ticket so will see where the advice goes.




Lawrence McKeown

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