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Dassualt 200 Aircraft by Mike Stone

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Dear Mike, Hello

 

I downloaded your wonderful Dassualt 2000 aircraft from Simviation and installed in my FSX Acceleration. Upon setting up the aircraft and taking off the aircraft lost speed at 125 kts and then veered off the runway.

I never had this happen to before, and I must not have set up the aircraft settings properly.

 

Can you please provide me a brief instruction to setup the Dassualt 200 for proper takeoff and climb out? I have installed 4 other of your aircraft with no issues at all, they all work and fly wonderfully.

 

Can you please email me at: with a resolution?

 

Thank You,

 

Paul

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14 years, that's the longest I've seen here for a resurrection thread

I was thinking the same thing.


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Dear Mike, Hello

 

I downloaded your wonderful Dassualt 2000 aircraft from Simviation and installed in my FSX Acceleration. Upon setting up the aircraft and taking off the aircraft lost speed at 125 kts and then veered off the runway.

I never had this happen to before, and I must not have set up the aircraft settings properly.

 

Can you please provide me a brief instruction to setup the Dassualt 200 for proper takeoff and climb out? I have installed 4 other of your aircraft with no issues at all, they all work and fly wonderfully.

 

Can you please email me at:  with a resolution?

 

Thank You,

 

Paul

 

This is the necropost of the decade right here!

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Can you please provide me a brief instruction to setup the Dassualt 200 for proper takeoff and climb out? I have installed 4 other of your aircraft with no issues at all, they all work and fly wonderfully.

 

I split your post from a really old 2002 topic so I'm not really sure this still applies to FSX or a simulator prior to FS9.  I suspect the aircraft will function in FSX too.  When you bring up old topics from the long past, it's called a Necropost and sort of frowned upon by the membership.  We have no idea where someone like the developer of the Dassualt is still flight simming or still developing products.  In any case, I split it from the old topic and maybe you will get some help.  Our membership may be able to answer your questions too.

 

You should never post your e-mail address in any forum on the Internet as there are evil people who have software that can find it and use your address for spamming or to spam you.  So we removed your e-mail address.  Here at AVSIM we have the Private Messaging (PM) system.  When you sent a member a PM, an e-mail is sent immediately to the member's registered e-mail address.  So, if you wanted to contact Mike Stone, you would send him a PM.  Our system will then send him an e-mail; however, if the e-mail address no longer exists, you will not get a response.  You may also not get a response if the member does not want to have contact with you. 

 

Hope you understand our system a little better.  Good luck with the Dassault!


Can one of the mods edit out his e-mail address?

 

It's like a blinking neon signed invitation for spam and scam.

In the future, just click on the "Report" button at the bottom of the offending post and one of our moderators will take action on your request.  I see Bill got to it already but did not get the e-mail address removed from one of the quotes.  I fixed that.  Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

 

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In the future, just click on the "Report" button at the bottom of the offending post and one of our moderators will take action on your request.  I see Bill got to it already but did not get the e-mail address removed from one of the quotes.  I fixed that.  Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

 

 

Will do. Thanks, Jim.

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