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PMDG MD-11 install, after 747v3 install?

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Hi,

 

I was wanting to install my PMDG MD-11, but I have just installed the 747v3 on release day, and wanted to check whether installing the legacy MD-11 after the 747v3 would screw anything up?

 

(I remember installing the old 747, after the 777 and I think I lost some menus, etc).

 

Thanks


Bill (JYW)

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would screw anything up?

 

Yes and no. Yes, it may screw things up because the old code is so old that it won't work on certain hardware/OSes. No, because it's entirely separate from the 744.


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Yes and no. Yes, it may screw things up because the old code is so old that it won't work on certain hardware/OSes. No, because it's entirely separate from the 744.

Thanks. No issues running it on my hardware in the past, so as long as it doesn't interfere with the 747's configuration, all sounds good!


Bill (JYW)

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Thanks. No issues running it on my hardware in the past, so as long as it doesn't interfere with the 747's configuration, all sounds good!

 

Welcome! If you run into issues, simply uninstall and send us a ticket. We can remove some of the entries from your dll.xml to get the sim working again.

 

By the way, it isn't so much the hardware, as much as the drivers on the hardware. If Win Updates update your hardware's drivers, it could suddenly stop working.

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Welcome! If you run into issues, simply uninstall and send us a ticket. We can remove some of the entries from your dll.xml to get the sim working again.

 

By the way, it isn't so much the hardware, as much as the drivers on the hardware. If Win Updates update your hardware's drivers, it could suddenly stop working.

 

Awesome support - thanks Kyle.


Bill (JYW)

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Hi,

 

I was wanting to install my PMDG MD-11, but I have just installed the 747v3 on release day, and wanted to check whether installing the legacy MD-11 after the 747v3 would screw anything up?

 

(I remember installing the old 747, after the 777 and I think I lost some menus, etc).

 

Thanks

 

Hi,

 

I've actually reinstalled my MD-11 earlier and haven't noticed any problems currently. I flew my 747 aswell and didn't seem to encounter any errors.

 

Thanks

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Yes and no. Yes, it may screw things up because the old code is so old that it won't work on certain hardware/OSes. No, because it's entirely separate from the 744.

 

Or...OR.....You guys can start updating the MD-11 again to keep it current.  You know minor fixes, new graphics, optimized coding....the simple stuff :-D beatdeadhorse.gif

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Brian Thibodeaux | B747-400/8, C-130 Flight Engineer, CFI, Type Rated: BE190, DC-9 (MD-80), B747-400

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Brian,

 

Please stop by my office and see me on your way out please.  :P

Oh cool! Sounds like I get the top secret upgraded P3D version.....or is that a bat in your hands?
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Brian Thibodeaux | B747-400/8, C-130 Flight Engineer, CFI, Type Rated: BE190, DC-9 (MD-80), B747-400

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Oh cool! Sounds like I get the top secret upgraded P3D version.....or is that a bat in your hands?

 

Definitely the bat! I'm with you though. Love my MD-11 and now that I've recently made the move to P3D, lets just say the tricycle needs crutches. 


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