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don't  know  how  the battery  got  to do with the issue?


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I am not saying i have the solution but i have seen likely same behavior every two weeks or so and it is related to the time issue in ASUS Bios/UEFI on my system. Always update to latest Bios (but it hasnt helped me)

Last time it happened (this weekend) the aircraft was drifting away and went in cold and dark like state after trying to correct it.

The clock in W10 also goes bananas so look at it and see if the time is way off.

Btw. I change my CR2032 every 2 weeks :dry:

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If this is a reproducible issue, and it sounds like it is for you, then the easiest way for other people to see exactly what and where the issue is, and get rid of all the unhelpful "your doing it wrong" or "put your left finger in your right ear hole" posts, is to fly the tutorial to the letter. You can then say "At this point the tutorial says X, and my system says Y". This offers two huge advantages. Nobody can say you are not doing it right, and developers can say "how would I achieve that result deliberately".


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Thanks for all the input guys !

Its now sorted

I downloaded a fresh copy, used IE and not chrome, as I remembered I had an issue with iFly AC using chrome to download

Removed the AC with Revo, installed fresh copy, all OK now

... but now I don't have a 2D cockpit anymore ... ???
so after some investigation, I realised I previously installed the older version under P3D ... red face all around :blush::blush:

 


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1 hour ago, Smokie said:

but now I don't have a 2D cockpit anymore

I'm not sure that either the 747 or the 777 came with a 2D cockpit anyhow.


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exactly !

the version of PMDG 747 that was installed that gave me the trouble,
was and old FSX version

the P3D version doesn't have a 2D panel


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1 hour ago, Captain Kevin said:

Doesn't NOT have it? I didn't think the 747 had a 2D panel at all.

the original version of  pmdg  had  a 2d  panel  and  not  the  new  version what  Smokie had  done  was  he  had  made a mistake of  installing  the old  version of  the pmdg 447   as he  has  posted  in  his  post  3  above yours


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