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  1. It's because you're at FL3000 (300,000FT)! That's too high to pick up ILS information, try descending to a lower altitude. Thanks
  2. Hi Kyle, thanks I submitted a ticket and re-installed the 744 and it's done the trick all is well again. I will ensure I run the OC as admin and exclude from my antivirus in future though
  3. I've just run the updater and I now have black screens and dead switches too! Any help would be appreciated. P3D and Win10
  4. Great updater, very smooth process no issues! Thanks nice piece of software
  5. That's great news! Thanks looking forward to the updates
  6. Thanks for the heads-up Kyle, I'll try and clean up my drivers this weekend and see if it helps, a bit busy with work at the moment.
  7. Hi Flyinggok (real names required in this forum) I'm using the same card and driver as you, I'm going to try a clean up of the nVidia driver files as Dan mentioned and see if that helps. I'll report back when I'm done.
  8. Hi I've just had something similar happen on a Heathrow to San Francisco 3hrs into the flight over the Atlantic with time acceleration used. My VAS level was at 81% and holding very steady. P3D - latest version Latest addon manager and GSX update, AS16 & ASCA version 6239, no ORBX installed. Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x588f7cbf Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 10.0.14393.479, time stamp: 0x58256ca0 Exception code: 0xc0000374 Fault offset: 0x000d9d11 Faulting process ID: 0x1f08 Faulting application start time: 0x01d28092218acf97 Faulting application path: E:\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll Report ID: 410c25f5-9864-4c3d-9350-d4c70309c0e1 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
  9. Hi Rob, Thanks, that's nice to know. By the way, it's an absolute pleasure taxiing this thing thanks to the new friction model. I always thought we'd have to wait for a completely new sim to improve that. John, thanks for explaining. It's now as clear as mud :/
  10. Hi Paul, Thanks for your input. Yet another quirk of the Queen...
  11. The videos I've seen seem to be retracting from landing flaps to up. What you cannot tell is if the pilot goes all the way to the up gate or stops at flaps 5. The three different videos I've seen show the same thing, the outboards retract first, then the in boards, they never all retract at the same time. I know they're just videos which can be misleading that's why I ask for verification. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable could explain what the difference is I'm seeing between the videos and the sim.
  12. First of all I would just like to say thank you for such a wonderful simulation of the 'queen'. However, *cringe*, please could you take a look at the leading edge flaps as they retract. In the sim they all begin retracting at the same time, whereas on the real thing it seems the outboard leading edge flaps retract first followed by the others a few seconds later. This seems to be the case with the GE's and RR's. I haven't found a video of the PW's. Could this be verified and added in an update? Thanks again for your hard work PMDG, I can't think of any other release of a complex aircraft with so few issues, congratulations!
  13. "PMDG 747-400 Queen of the Skies II contact departure on 134.125 bye" Thank you PMDG the wait is over.
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