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Hello all:Ever since I switched over to OS Win2000, (from Win98), the Autobrake Panel does not work on any of the A/C that autobrake panel has been installed. Has this happened to anyone else?? Does anyone know the reason why autobrake should not work. While operating A/C with OS Win98, both Autobrake and Autothrottle panels worked like a charm!Any help would be apprieciated!!Thank you in advance!Curtis

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ANY HELP WITH THIS PROBLEM WOULD BE GREATLY APPRIECIATED!!!THANK YOU!CURTIS

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Are you using Rob Vigetti's panels? They require certain DLL's. My guess is that something in the DLL files doesn't work. I have WinXP and have used his panels with no trouble. But my suggestion would be to contact the author (Rob) and ask him if he knows the answer.-DK----David KohlFly! II v2.5.240Dell 8200 P4/1.8G, 1024MB RAM, Nvidia GF4 Ti4600 v41.09, WinXP Home Edition SP1.CH Pro Pedals and Yoke USB.

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Hi Curtis,Which aircraft are you using that have the autobrake fitted?Cheers,Matthew.

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Hello Matthew:The aircrafts that have been fitted with the Autothrottle and Autobrake panels are: the Aurora B200, Kodiak, Peregrine, Pilatus and Sahara aircraft. Autobrake and autothrottle panels are installed only after installation of Rob Vigetti's "ac_default-fix2.zip" program. Rob's program can be found in the File Library, under TRI Fly! II, Aircraft. Perform a search either under name or Author. I hope this helps.Curtis

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