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1 minute ago, Bob Scott said:

I think you meant 45:38 into the video...

Hi Bob,

Yes, I fixed the time to 45:38, thanks! 


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I'm not having any issues.  I run Aerowinx B744 as aircraft and use MSFS2020 as a scenery.  


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Defintely something to keep an eye on, although there seem to be different symptoms. I had it twice in the SWS Kodiak these days, and basically I wasn't able to control anything, not even the views including the cooliehat for looking around. However the sim kept running and the aircraft slammed into the ground, sound was ok, and I could leave the sim to the Main Menu. Reloading the flight didn't change the freeze, but changing the aircraft did. Therefore I blamed the Kodiak, although it didn't show this behaviour ever before. So further reports with detailed descriptions of symptoms will be appreciated, as I'm not sure we all have the same issue.


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I had this issue before I read on the PMDG Forum that leaving the TCAS on TA instead of TA/RA resolves the issue since doing that I have not had a problem.

 

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There have been reports of this but it seemed to be exclusive to the PMDG 737 which may not actually be the case based on this thread...

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FBW A32NX controls are now freezing on most flights for me since update 14, either on climb or during cruise and uninstalling/Reinstalling fbw no difference....sim continues with scenery, sound and knobs still working (except wing antiice)... very strange but extremely frustrating!

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I have experience this freeze issue a couple of times as well since the last update.


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Same issues on Xbox X. Flying only the MD500F I have had mouse issues, phantom button clicks, some frozen gauges, hard freezes when exiting a session to the main menu, and other strange upsets.

I was in the SU14 beta and didn't have all these bugs. 

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I just had this happen in the PMDG 738.  Was clicking through the FMC and it all locked up...one of the buttons on the FMC keypad is even stuck down!  The EFB still works, which is pretty strange, but nothing else does. 😕

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found new info!

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