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  1. Hi Nico Have you seen this thread yet? https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/announcement-fslivetraffic-liveries-fsltl/297900 It sounds as if it could a major stepping-stone to getting PSXT working in the new simulator. I'm sure there will be problems along the way but do you think it's a possibility? Cheers Chris
  2. Thanks Nico, No simconnect.xml in the MSFS folder. Working just fine now. Getting old...
  3. Hi I gather it is possible to link to MSFS from the above. However I can't make the connection. I've been happily connecting to P3D inc V5 but no joy here. Is it because I'm using a client pc do you think? I've made sure al the relevant folders are shared and tried turning off the Firewall temporarily. I also ran AIL and it picked up the liveries from MFSF. I know it's early days but I'd love to experiment. Can you advise? Cheers Chris
  4. No, that didn't solve it for me, either. I never saw this with 17.6 though. Cheers Chris
  5. Hi, This has happened to me too! Sat on the ground preparing a flight in an A330 at Boston Logan (KBOS) suddenly shot up to 6000ft with an AI 737. I've been trying to think this through but I was running PSX 18.0 at the time. Is this the problem? Cheers Chris
  6. Lorby's solution works like a charm. I downloaded his "hotfix" added Descriptions just to the Packages, and bingo! She runs. Chris
  7. Reading Nvidia's guide it says up-scaling will not work on windowed or border-less windows applications. Where does this leave P3D? Chris
  8. Hi again, Solved my problem I think. After research... 1. A simple solution is to reset the card with Windows+CTRL+Shift+ B. This works for me. 2. But the real problem was that I auto-load the EVGA Precision app to over-clock my card (1070ti) and it runs in the background. As soon as I close the app the undock problem goes away! 3. As a bonus it turns out on re-boot the NV settings are loaded first then Windows 10 overrides some of them, particularly Colour settings. Good to know, but that's not our problem here. Link here to stop this happening - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANMs5rnrfmA Please let me know if this helps - or not. Chris
  9. Don't get too excited. After further testing I've found that yes, as previously, the driver re-install does the trick. But, re-boot the pc and we're back to square one. Obviously I did not touch the NV panel settings as discussed above. I'm not prepared to re-install the NV driver every day so this was a false trail - for me anyway. Can anyone else confirm or refute my findings? Cheers Chris
  10. Hi. It has been a real pain for me using the Aerosoft A320. Reading this I've tried all the ideas. The one that actually works perfectly is removing the NV driver using DDU. Then a clean install of the driver (431.60 as it happens). No changes in NV control panel. Now no fps loss at all in un-docking the mcdu and moving it to another screen. VSync on/off has no effect, neither does unlimited fps in the sim. I cannot alter my refresh rate settings (old monitors) so both at 60. It must be fiddling with the NV panel that does it. Happy bunny. Chris
  11. Hi Does anyone else have this problem? When closing P3D it remains running in the background - as seen in Task Manager Cheers Chris
  12. Hi again The latest download appears to be 4.2 and the readme file does not mention the A320s. Is this my error? Chris
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