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When getting out of a flight, the sim freezes and when I restart it all my add-ons stop working and I have to reinstall them every time.   Any help is apprecfiated.

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58 minutes ago, frankla said:

When getting out of a flight, the sim freezes and when I restart it all my add-ons stop working and I have to reinstall them every time.   Any help is apprecfiated.

This sounds like a zendesk ticket might also be a good resource for you.

Good luck,

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I cant get the FSS E175 to power up - GPU or Battery, worked fine yesterday before the SU14 update. PFD, MFD and MCDU all blank, tablet still works and allows SB import but that's as far as it goes.


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7 minutes ago, JustanotherPilot said:

I cant get the FSS E175 to power up - GPU or Battery, worked fine yesterday before the SU14 update. PFD, MFD and MCDU all blank, tablet still works and allows SB import but that's as far as it goes.

There is hot fix issued today for E-jets. I installed but haven't tried yet


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16 minutes ago, sd_flyer said:

There is hot fix issued today for E-jets. I installed but haven't tried yet

Thanks, I updated to current 0.9.21 thru Contrail App, systems power up now, seems to have fixed the issue.


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4 hours ago, frankla said:

When getting out of a flight, the sim freezes and when I restart it all my add-ons stop working and I have to reinstall them every time.   Any help is apprecfiated.

A lot of people are having to do a fresh restart of the PC after the update to get things as they should be.

Be sure to restart, not shut down, because depending on your PC configuration, when booting up from a shut down, this can actually reload old data during start up.

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1 minute ago, bobcat999 said:

A lot of people are having to do a fresh reboot of the PC after the update to get things as they should be.

Be sure to reboot, not shut down and restart, because depending on your PC configuration, this may not flush properly and reload old data.

Restart is the proper way to reset everything if I remember correctly. 

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4 minutes ago, Bobsk8 said:

Restart is the proper way to reset everything if I remember correctly. 

I stand corrected.  It is indeed Restart Bob not reboot.  I will edit my post.

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Call me Bob or Rob, I don't mind, but I prefer Rob.

I like to trick airline passengers into thinking I have my own swimming pool in my back yard by painting a large blue rectangle on my patio.

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Since the update, my Black Square TBM 850 autopilot neither keeps vertical speed nor heading (already posted on the JustFlight forums).

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8 hours ago, Bobsk8 said:

Restart is the proper way to reset everything if I remember correctly. 

Unfortunately for me I have to do a full shut down otherwise my NVME disk with the sim on it goes missing and can't be read. It's the strangest bug I've had since I did this build.

Luckily everything runs fine after the shutdown.


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Anyone else having cpu spikes ?

su14.

fps fluctuations . I have deleted cache rebooted pc . New driver etc etc ..

Mike

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17 minutes ago, El Diablito said:

I have to do a full shut down

Just an FYI for everyone, Windows 'Shut Down' is a form of hibernation, meaning the following start up is a warm one that restores your Windows kernel state at the time you selected 'Shut Down'.

Selecting 'Restart' in Windows is a full start up from cold and results in a reset of the system state, which is why 'Restart' is the appropriate response to an update.

If you wish to, you can turn off this form of hibernation mode if you disable 'Fast Startup' in Windows.

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I may be being unfair to the sim but I have just completed my first flight after updating SU14 (I did a computer restart after a windows update) and it was awful. I flew from Berlin to Innsbruck. Landing at LOWI it was like a slide show. Freeze after freeze. The longest as I was about 2 inches off the runway. I was flying the FBW 320, before SU14 I could fly into LOWI a smooth as silk. I am away now for a week so will try again on my return. Here's hoping...

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39 minutes ago, F737MAX said:

Just an FYI for everyone, Windows 'Shut Down' is a form of hibernation, meaning the following start up is a warm one that restores your Windows kernel state at the time you selected 'Shut Down'.

Selecting 'Restart' in Windows is a full start up from cold and results in a reset of the system state, which is why 'Restart' is the appropriate response to an update.

If you wish to, you can turn off this form of hibernation mode if you disable 'Fast Startup' in Windows.

Will this cure my NVME disappearing afer a restart bug? It's been happening for well over a year now and I'm used to it. This isn't sim related at all so I don't want to hijack btw. They seem to suggest BIOS fiddling on tech forums and I'm enjoying the sim too much right now to go into that dark place of my PC. I'm the guy who pushes the button even when it says not to 😄


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