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  1. Simbol, Ok that worked, I just have 3 models of 737 MAX listed in the unsupported list. I double check the sim later to see if they are working in the sim. Thanks, Ken
  2. Thanks Simbol, Will try those steps this weekend and let you know. I am using Pro version 1.013.5. By the way, thanks for a great product, I don't usually fly at night, but if I am working on my other computer, I'll load P3Dv4 and park next to a busy runway and just watch the night traffic. Ken
  3. I also downloaded the new FSPXAI 787 update, installed the models, Scanned via AILRP and applied the settings. My unsupported list has not changed. (Still showing 737Max and 787-8 and 787-9. Thanks, Ken
  4. KSUN from Orbx/Turbulent Designs has a sloped runway. Ken
  5. AV8R-01 joystick, ch rudder pedals and throttle (mostly use the throttle on the joystick). I do have FSUIPC installed (freeware) but only because some programs need it. Normal mode (I have had the spinning in slew mode). Both times the aircraft was on autopilot (heading and altitude) so I was not even touching any controls at the time. Maybe I'll disconnect controller and see if I can narrow it down. Thanks, Ken
  6. OK, this has now happened to me twice. Flying a flight on autopilot, normal sim speed and then the aircraft just starts spinning and cartwheeling unrealistically in the air, becomes uncontrollable and eventually descends to the ground. It happened in the default A36 and now tonight in the Carenado B1900D. Anyone else experience that and if so any suggestions on troubleshooting? Thanks, Ken Intel I7 8700K, Windows 10, Nvidia 1080TI, P3Dv4.2
  7. The motherboard in the build was this one: MSI Z370 - A PRO ATX w/ RGB, USB 3.1, 2 PCIe x16, 4 PCIe x1, 6 SATA3, 1 M.2 SATA/PCIe [Intel Optane Ready] Ken
  8. This is the Hard drive configuration I'm looking at. Basically I just want to add an additional 1 TB SSD for P3Dv4. Do I add it as PCI-E card - $600 or as a secondary drive - $360. Does it make a difference? M.2 SSD: 500GB WD Blue Series M.2 SATA-III 6.0Gb/s SSD - Seq R/W: Up to 545/525 MB/s, Rnd R/W up to 100/80k (Single Drive) INTERNAL PCI-E SSD CARD: None Hard Drive: 3TB (3TBx1) SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 64MB Cache 7200RPM HDD (Single Drive) Secondary Hard Drive: None Thanks, Ken
  9. Right now the build includes this motherboard: MSI Z370 - A PRO ATX RGB Motherboard, but there are other ones to choose from. My dilemma now what kind of SSD/HDD combination I need. I'm thinking about a 500gb SSD for Windows 10, then a 1TB SSD for P3Dv4 and a mechanical HDD for storage. I am confused on the whole M.2 SATA/PCIe setup and the order page doesn't really help me at all. I would appreciate any advice. Thanks, Ken
  10. Hello, I am planning to order another CyperpowerPC computer build (I did one about 6 years ago) for use for P3DV4. Here are the specs without any upgrades: Windows 10 Home Intel® Core™ Processor i7-8700K GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR5X 16GB ADATA XPG Z1 3000MHz RAM CyberpowerPC Z370 SLI Xtreme ATX RGB Motherboard 250GB WD Blue M.2 SATA SSD 2TB SATA3 7200 RPM HD Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Gaming Case I was going to add the overclocking they provide (30%) and looking at a 500GB SSD instead of the 250GB. I think it comes with a 800 watt PSU. So my question is, are there any upgrades that I should do now so that I do not have regrets in the near future? Appreciate any advice. Thanks, Ken
  11. I'm planning a new computer early next year for P3DV4. I do have several questions about VR ready, 4K video, etc. However my question in this forum has to do with HDD configuration. Most game ready computers come with a SSD with an additional old style HDD. I would imagine the operating system (Windows 10) would be on the SSD. Would it be a good investment to add an additional SSD for P3Dv4? What sizes for each SSD would be optimal? Appreciate any advice or feedback. Thanks, Ken
  12. Tom,Thanks for the response. I have been playing with the settings tonight and it seems changing the AGP setting in the BIOS from "auto" to 4x allowed me to run FSX without the freeze up. I'm going to try the 8x setting next and reload FS2004 and see if that will run without freezing also.Thanks,Ken
  13. Hello,I just built the following system:AMD 4800+ Dual Core160GB Sata HDD2GB DDR400 Ultra Ram Dual ChannelNvidia 7600GS AGP 512KWhen I load up FSX, the program freezes within a minute. Sometimes I have to restart the computer, sometimes it goes blue screen with the NV4_disp.dll file as the problem (one of the Nvidia driver files I guess). I have drivers 91.47 installed, although I have tried the new ones 93.71 but get the same result. My fans are working and tempature all good.I have a Nvidia 6600GT that I could go back to and try.Is there any settings on the video that I should tweak to try to get this working. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.Thanks,Ken
  14. Do I need to reinstall ASV6 completely or just SU1C?If I need to reinstall ASV6, there is going to be a problem. I went a little crazy deleting programs like ASV5 and I deleted the ASV6 folder that extracted from the original download. I had tried to restall ASV6 again, and since ASV5 was gone, it wouldn't install.I might you help here because I think Activeradar deleted when I removed ASV5.Thanks,Ken
  15. I just downloaded the "C" update. Two problems that I have noticed.1. My active weather time stays at 041550z. Even when it accessed the secondary server.2. My active radar on the dropdown menu is gone.Any help would be appreciated. Let me know if you need any system specs or file info.Thanks,Ken
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