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  1. Hey All, I've got the Golden Age Simulations Lockheed 12A. While it is an Old Aircraft (1930's) the plane has a modern-ish cockpit, however, there are 3 buttons on it that I can not get to work at all. The Nav, APPR, and BC buttons will not do anything. When you press them, they actually move, and they do *click*, but that's it. The NAV1 radio does have a GPS button to swap between NAV/GPS, and it does work. It's just the Nav button will not light up nor come on. My question is this, Is there a line in the aircraft.cfg or the Panel.cfg that will enable the Nav switch to function?
  2. Hey all, Is there an Alternate panel you would recommend for the CJ2 for FSX Box, that DOES NOT utilize the GTN? I would really like to fly this bird, but at the moment it's a slide show because of the CarenadoNavigraph issue that it's unflyable, unless I turn off the Avionics.
  3. Yes. After backing up my Aircraft folders and what not, I just straight up deleted the FSX folder, did a reboot and tried to re-install FSX...and it worked.
  4. Yeah, the title is weird. Ok, so I have 2 HD's on my Desktop, C drive is and SSD and is really just a boot drive, it holds Win10 and a few other things, D drive is a normal 3TB HD and holds everything else, including FS. So right before Christmas my SSD took a massive dump and failed on me, I bought a new one and got Win10 reinstalled on it and such. However, ALL of my games and sims are on my D drive. FSX is giving me issues. Whenever I try to start up FSX I Get an Error Code: 8-c0000006 message. If I click Yes, it takes me to the Microsoft "why you should activate your product" page. If I click No, FSX starts up. HOWEVER, I am given the FSX Steam Edition startup graphic. When FSX starts up, I'm missing a few things, Multiplayer options mostly, and if I click on the Home button at the top of the menu, I get a page about why I'm seeing the screen that I'm seeing in FSX Steam Edition. HOWEVER, the top of FSX clearly states Flight Simulator X Acceleration Pack. So, I understand why I'm getting this issue, as far as THIS install of Windows knows, this version of FSX is NOT listed in it's registry and thus, isn't activated. However, I can't seem to find a way to activate it. Further, when I try to just re-install over it(after backing up, obviously) the installer gives me a 1603 Error and stops. I have no way of uninstalling FSX, as it's not listed in the Registry and thus uninstaller nor Add/Remove Programs can see it. I'm kind of at a loss, because I can only fly for a short time before I get the message that my free time has expired and FSX shuts down. I'm really at a loss here, is there anyway to add a Registry entry for this install? or is there a tool that will uninstall it, even though it's not in the Registry?
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