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Hello.

When I load the Falcon 50 v2.0 with engines running I have: No VSI, no VOR radios, Fueling light on, standby frequency on ADF receiver showing 0.0

Prepared v4.5

Appreciate any help.

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16 minutes ago, LBC said:

Hello.

When I load the Falcon 50 v2.0 with engines running I have: No VSI, no VOR radios, Fueling light on, standby frequency on ADF receiver showing 0.0

Prepared v4.5

Appreciate any help.

Are you using just P3Dv4.5, or P3Dv4.5 HF3?

The latest falcon 50 version is 2.0b.

Is this a brand new first time install?

Is the Avionics Master switch on?

Suggest you try deleting all saved Falcon50 flights if you have any, and first load the default F-35, then switch to the Falcon50.

Al

 

 

Edited by ark

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Hello Al.

Thank you for the prompt answer.

Here are my answers:

Are you using just P3Dv4.5, or P3Dv4.5 HF3?

I am using version 4.5.14.34698

The latest falcon 50 version is 2.0b.

I do confirm that this is the version installed.

Is this a brand new first time install?

No

Is the Avionics Master switch on?

Yes

Suggest you try deleting all saved Falcon50 flights if you have any, and first load the default F-35, then switch to the Falcon50.

I do not have any Falcon 50 saved flights.

With best regards,

Lincoln

 

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2 hours ago, LBC said:

Hello Al.

Thank you for the prompt answer.

Here are my answers:

Are you using just P3Dv4.5, or P3Dv4.5 HF3?

I am using version 4.5.14.34698

The latest falcon 50 version is 2.0b.

I do confirm that this is the version installed.

Is this a brand new first time install?

No

Is the Avionics Master switch on?

Yes

Suggest you try deleting all saved Falcon50 flights if you have any, and first load the default F-35, then switch to the Falcon50.

I do not have any Falcon 50 saved flights.

With best regards,

Lincoln

 

Lincoln - I assume from your answers above that you previously had a working Falcon50 and then something changed. So what changed? Did the problem start immediately after upgrading to Falcon50 ver 2.0b, after upgrading the sim, after adding some new app, or what?

Also, have you tried loading the default F-35 first, then switching to the Falcon? This helps when loading a complex aircraft; apparently has something to do with initialization of the Falcon's or sim's variables and has solved problems for a number of folks.

Al

 

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Hello Al.

The problem started after version 2.0a actually. I uninstalled version 2.0b, installed version 1.8c and everything worked well.

I also have the Flysimware Lear 35 and it works flawlessly.

Every time that I start the sim I load the F-35 first regardless of the aircraft that I want to fly.

Thanks again Al.

Best regards,

Lincoln.

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3 hours ago, LBC said:

Hello Al.

The problem started after version 2.0a actually. I uninstalled version 2.0b, installed version 1.8c and everything worked well.

I also have the Flysimware Lear 35 and it works flawlessly.

Every time that I start the sim I load the F-35 first regardless of the aircraft that I want to fly.

Thanks again Al.

Best regards,

Lincoln.

Well, if it were me I'd try uninstalling the Falcon again,  then delete any files left over in the install location, and then reinstall ver 2.0b. But if ver 1.8c is meeting your needs, fine.

Al

 

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