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    Garmin Trainer 750 - error 1721

    When I try to install the f1, I see a message who ask me to download the Garmin Trainer 6.21 on their servers. With the Reality XP GTN product installation, all is OK, but With XP GLJ Learjet Model 25D aircraft, P3D V4 Crash.
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    Garmin Trainer 750 - error 1721

    Hello, In fact, there was confusion because I also own the RealityXP GTN750 from f1. The product I cannot install with the error message 1721 for the installation of the Garmin trainer, is f1's. I tried to intall the RealityXP GTN750, but this software does not seem compatible with the XP GLJ Learjet Model 25D aircraft. I tried to intall DirectX using the Microsoft Installer, but I have always the error 1721 with the installation of the Garmin GTN Trainer for f1 GTN 750 P3D V4.
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    Garmin Trainer 750 - error 1721

    Thanks for your answer. I have alredy Open a ticket on f1, but they told me : For support on this title, please contact the developer at or I am running the GTN Trainer installer as Administrator without sucsses
  4. Hello, I first asked for help to f1 who referred me to this forum. I cannot instal the Garmin Trainer 750 for use Garmin 750 in P3D V4. I have always the error message 1721... I tryed to register at f1 "Registering your product for support access" without succes. I have Windows 10. What can I do ? Attachments :
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    Thank you for your answer Dave. Can we hope that RTOs and mainly Backtracks will soon be managed by P2A?
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    Hello, 1/ I would like to know how to manage ATC in the case of an RTO (rejected take-off). 2/ Will it soon be possible to request permission for a "backtrack" on runways without access by "taxiways" ?
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    Update downloaded, and installed. After a VFR flight LSGG LFLB LFLG FL 65 and back to LSGG FL55, I dont have noted any problem. Great software ! Thanks for the additional "Atc Ignores Bearing Based Altitudes"
  8. Amazing !!! Soon, P2A will become an ATC software even more realistic than true air control !!! Thanksss for your work and your efforts, Dave Gérard
  9. Hello, A big thank to you for the speed of your update and for the correction of the VFR flight levels. I am extremely satisfied with Pilor2ATC and above all with your after-sales service which is attentive to the comments of your customers The software now accepts odd levels (1000ft + 500), but the controller does not recognize them yet. For a VFR flight planned in the VFR flight plan at 8500ft, the controller asks me to climb to 8000ft. I have, however, still flown at 8500ft without the controller asking me to descend of 500ft. On the other hand, if you could find a simple solution for the North / South IFR levels in force in many European countries, this would surely satisfy your Europeans customers. Today, I made an IFR flight between Milan (LIML) and Innsbruck (LOWI). My flight plan has been validated by the European organization Eurocontrol at FL180 but the Pilot2ATC controller has forced me to fly at FL170
  10. Thank you, vololiberista, for the lesson (despite one or two small errors), but I already know all this. In summary, the problem with Pilot2ATC is the transition altitude. For the US and Canada, the transition altitude is 18000ft. In France, the transition altitude may vary in some cases, but it is generally 5000ft
  11. Thank you for your reply, Dave I am pleased that this problem will be solved in the near future. For information, VFR flights and the corresponding VFR levels are allowed in France until FL195 Pilot2ATC has become a software of quality and I am sure that it will become, in the future, a great software unavoidable. Gérard
  12. "for Pilot2ATC, for VFR flights, your altitude should be an even 1000' plus 500, when your route is westbound, like 4500'. When eastbound, it will be an odd 1000' plus 500, like 5500'" Yes Dave, it is exactly what I say, but in Pilot2ATC (in VFR Plan Type) I cannot put an altitude 1000 '+500 in compliance with the rule of halves circulars (East/West) . That's the problem! I think there is a confusion with the term "flight level". In France we say "VFR flight level and IFR flight level " NOTE : "This may not match the rules in every country (like in Italy where the odd/even rule is North/South instead of East/West) but for now, it is how Pilot2ATC works." In France the rules North/South are only applied for the IFR traffic.
  13. Thanks for your answer vololiberista, Do you fly in the real life ? Sorry, but I have a PPL and when, in VFR, I fly in the real life (in France), I must choose a odd level with the altimeter set to 1013. For further explanation, I advise you to look at the documents for the preparation of the private pilot's license or the documents of IVAO.
  14. Hello, When I create or import a VFR flight plan, Pilot2ATC refuses the altitudes + 500ft. Example: If I indicate that I want a level of flight 065, Pilot2ATC will correct this level of flight and will impose me a level 080, 090 or even 100. Yet in VFR the flight levels are odd levels. Why does Pilot2ATC impose false flight levels ? Why Pilot2ATC chooses for me the altitude at which I want to fly, whereas in VFR flight, it is the pilot who chooses his level of flight in compliance with the rule of halves circulaires ? Gérard
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    VoxATC 7 Beta bugs

    This is a hit and miss, because it works for me most of the time without a glitch. What kind of problem ?I have installed VoxATC several times without success. The same problem remains. I fly in the French and Switzerland countries. Perhaps these countries are the problem ?