moewoud

Infinite Loop on Hand-off to Departure

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Hi Dave--
Infinite Loop Issue

I read the Bug Report from “glider1” which described an Infinite Loop issue similar to my issue and I have updated Pilot2ATC to 2.5.0.4_x64_R3.
This did not solve my loop issue.

For me, just prior to the first time the loop happened, I heard a brief, unfamiliar sound in my headphones. The sound and then the loop occurred
during hand-off to Departure (I took-off from KLNK bound for KOMA). I have not heard the unfamiliar sound again. However, the loop issue continues.

Actions I have taken:
I ended my flight and closed P2A.  I started the flight again with P2A and at the same point, the loop began again.

I ended my flight, closed P2A, and rebooted my PC. I started the flight again and same thing, again.

Ended my flight, closed P2A. I found and read the Infinite Loop issue on the Bug Report Forum posted by “glider1” and from reading the info given, I
downloaded and installed the P2A update (2.5.0.4_x64_R3} and updated the Navigraph data files as well. Started flight with P2A again, no joy.

I decided to try a different airport so I took off from a KOMA for KLNK using P2A and everything was OK.

Started new flight from KNLK for KOMA with a wind-shift which had ATC instruct me to take-off using a different runway. No joy.

I had X-Plane 11 Updater check my X-Plane 11 files. All X-Plane 11 files are OK. No joy.

I have found that P2A is an essential component of my flight-sim experience. Thank you for providing P2A for the flight-sim community.

moewoud


 

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Please email a copy of the P2A log file for that flight to me at admin@pilot2atc.com so I can analyze it.

Log files are located in: 
C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Roaming\P2A_200\Logs 
where <UserName> is your PC user name. Portions of the path may be hidden by default, so be sure Windows Explorer has Show Hidden Items checked in the View tab.
A new one is created each time you start Pilot2ATC, so if you take the most recent one when you have the error, you should have the correct one.  
 

Thanks,

Dave

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