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When I load up a flight with the FSL A320x for P3D it will usually take several minutes to complete the '...loading runways.bin, please wait' portion. Sometimes, this will take up to 10 minutes or more.

Does anyone else see this?

Is there a way to help this along?

(I've searched the site and found nothing...could be the update.)


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2 hours ago, RichieFly said:

hen I load up a flight with the FSL A320x for P3D it will usually take several minutes to complete the '...loading runways.bin, please wait' portion. Sometimes, this will take up to 10 minutes or more.

I found a solution at the following link - http://forums.flightsimlabs.com/index.php?/topic/10429-resolved-fslabs-runwaysbin-database/

Best regards,

Jim


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Thank you for taking the time to answer.

The thread  you linked is kind of muddled, but I think what is said is when you add scenery and or if you have a lot of scenery.

This is certainly my case either way.

Thanks again.


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That thread at FSLabs never really answered the question. Just brushed it aside. I have had P3d running in this “Runways.bin still initializing…” mode for about 4 hours and it has not changed. This makes my FS Labs  addons unsuable. If I skip this message the aircraft are ‘dead’ no power and they cannot be powered. 

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One of the recent posts (31 May 2022) over there on this topic suggested that an nvidia driver update caused this problem to appear, and rolling back to a previous version fixed it.


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Well there you go it isn't just me - I get this issue on a regular basis usually when loading a saved flight with the FSLabs A320.  I just give up and restart the sim - another go seems to work.

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