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False Terrain Warning?

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Every single time I'm going to land, at height of approximately 980ft, from the runway, suddenly the Terrain warning screams in the cockpit until the touchdown. By "Terrain warnings" I mean the "Terrain, Terrain, Pull-UP". I've got a screenshot here, please take a look yourself. Is it something I have forgotten or doing wrong or it's a bug/issue. In the second case, what suggestions do you recommend guys?

 

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At The time which the screenshot taken, it has already began screaming. Why should that sound while the plane is performing an Autoland ? It doesn't make any sense...

 

The scenery is FlyTampa Athens

(I have forgotten to select the page at the FMC where the selected ILS approach can be seen. I have selected ILSY on 21L)

(I usually use Terrain Override, because it f*cking ruins the feeling)  

Sorry for posting it three times, I didn't want to spam or something, it was a mistake.

 

Thanks in Advance

George Argyriadis

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Is it something I have forgotten or doing wrong or it's a bug/issue. In the second case, what suggestions do you recommend guys?

 

Go into your root sim folder > PMDG > NAVDATA

 

Look in there (or in the subfolders) for a runways.dat file. Delete it to let it rebuild. Something corrupted it.

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Go into your root sim folder > PMDG > NAVDATA

 

Look in there (or in the subfolders) for a runways.dat file. Delete it to let it rebuild. Something corrupted it.

I have this problem now, and do you mean fs directory\pmdg\navdata\ARPT_RWY.dat? - David Lee

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I have this problem now, and do you mean fs directory\pmdg\navdata\ARPT_RWY.dat? - David Lee

 

Yes.

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