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I have ATT:RST (Error ?)  message on the Standby HSI where the Gyro Horizon bar should be.  All else seems normal (Alt ,  Hdg and AS indications ).

What does this message mean, and how do I correct the problem ?  I tried pressing the small black "RST" button at the lower LG corner of the

instrument, but did not help...

Ken

 


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page  10.10.89 of the  fcom  explains  on how  to clear it

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Thank you for the reply Peter;  however as I mentioned,  Pressing the Reset (RST) button (as per the FCOM) does nothing.

Ken 


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My first thought when I saw this was that you are using a panel file from an earlier version.  Panel files have been a PITA in the Queen, I think because of the complexity of how messages are stacked on the EICAS; regardless, new version always delete old panel files and create new.

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Thank you for the insight Dan. 

   Throughout most of the ~12 hour flight I would periodically press the "RST" button "just for drill". 

About 10 hours into the flight when I pressed it,  the indicator display started a countdown (timer)

and at the end of the countdown the horizon magically appeared.  Very strange behavior methinks  >  and no,

my mouse button has no intermittent type issues, LOL !!. 

   I've done many flights with QOS II and not seen the STBY HSI behave this way.

 

>> "regardless, new version always delete old panel files and create new" <<

  Are you referring to after a QOS II update is installed Dan ?  How is creating a new Panel file accomplished ?

I'm guessing it's fairly simple,  but I'm not exactly sure how to go about it.

Best to all,

Ken  


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13 minutes ago, Elsmoko said:

Are you referring to after a QOS II update is installed Dan ?  How is creating a new Panel file accomplished ?

Exactly.  Exit P3D.  Go to the PMDG\PMDG 747 QOTSII\Panels folder and delete all the panel files.

Restart P3D.  Load the PMDG 747 with engines running and create your own panels states.  I only use two, one with aircraft APU running and doors closed as if ready for pushback and the other with doors open , aircraft on ground air/power and service vehicles attached as if in a turn around.


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I use FSX Dan.  Are the procedures different for FSX ?

Thanks again,

Ken


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no  they are the  same  you  just have  to navigate  to the fsx  panels folder  than delete  any  panels  that  you have saved


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Just to ensure I don't mess this up;  is the path to these panel files in D:\Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\PMDG 747-400*

or is it   D:\Flight Simulator X\PMDG\PMDG 747 QOTS II\PanelState    ?

Thank you,

Ken


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1 hour ago, Elsmoko said:

Just to ensure I don't mess this up;  is the path to these panel files in D:\Flight Simulator X\SimObjects\Airplanes\PMDG 747-400*

or is it   D:\Flight Simulator X\PMDG\PMDG 747 QOTS II\PanelState    ?

Thank you,

Ken

its  the  last  one   you linked    pmdg/pmdg 747qots11/panel state   don't  delete  the ones  from  pmdg  only  the  ones  you had  saved,  eg  don't  delete the short/default/long/cdldrk  ones

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I understand Pete.  And it makes sense to me.  Many thanks to you and Dan for the fast and helpful answers.

Ken


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9 hours ago, pete_auau said:

its  the  last  one   you linked    pmdg/pmdg 747qots11/panel state   don't  delete  the ones  from  pmdg  only  the  ones  you had  saved,  eg  don't  delete the short/default/long/cdldrk  ones

Actually, those PMDG panel files might be a source of the problem depending on circumstance.  I recommend you delete all the panel files and create new ones.


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13 hours ago, downscc said:

Actually, those PMDG panel files might be a source of the problem depending on circumstance.  I recommend you delete all the panel files and create new ones.

thx  for  the  tip but its  not me  with the issues


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One more question.  Should all  of the files be deleted,  including those original files provided by PMDG ( Cold and Dark, Short Turn-Around, etc) ? 

Thanks again,

Ken


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