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Airac cycle stuck at 1309

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Can somebody advise me on what Im doing wrong

Navigraph FMS data manager was updated today to the latest cycle. Installed into all PMDG PRODUCTS and green tab says it installed ok but the AIRAC on the ident page 777 is still showing 1309 from 2013

 

 

 

zoran maksic


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Hi Zoran,

Navigraph changed the mappings slightly so you may need to check that. From Navigraph's support forum they suggest the following:

  1. Open "Navigraph FMS Data Manager"
  2. Delete all PMDG entries from the "Addon Mappings" tab
  3. Click "Save"
  4. Once saving is complete, press "scan"
  5. All PMDG entries should be back. Once they are, select "save" again (result should be <P3[Version Number]>\PMDG\ or <FSX>\PMDG\)
  6. Return to "Addon List" Tab and try the NavData update again.

You can also check if the correct AIRAC is installed by going to the PMDG folder in the main simulator directory --> NavData and open the "cycle_info" text document. As at 18JUL18 0310z, it should state:

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AIRAC cycle: 1807

Version: 1

Valid (from/to): 21/JUN/2018 - 18/JUL/2018

There's a new cycle due shortly so the above information will obviously change when that occurs.

Hope that helps!

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Thanks very much. Im giving it a shot now 😀


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Ok all good now. Thanks again 😁


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4 hours ago, pilot87 said:

Hi Zoran,

Navigraph changed the mappings slightly so you may need to check that. From Navigraph's support forum they suggest the following:

  1. Open "Navigraph FMS Data Manager"
  2. Delete all PMDG entries from the "Addon Mappings" tab
  3. Click "Save"
  4. Once saving is complete, press "scan"
  5. All PMDG entries should be back. Once they are, select "save" again (result should be <P3[Version Number]>\PMDG\ or <FSX>\PMDG\)
  6. Return to "Addon List" Tab and try the NavData update again.

You can also check if the correct AIRAC is installed by going to the PMDG folder in the main simulator directory --> NavData and open the "cycle_info" text document. As at 18JUL18 0310z, it should state:

There's a new cycle due shortly so the above information will obviously change when that occurs.

Hope that helps!

Ah thanks for this - I'd just been manually copying the data and hadn't thought to try a remap.


Karl Brooker

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