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About graeme1

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  • Birthday 02/18/1958

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    larbert, stirlingshire, scotland. uk.
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    professional locksmith/joinery (own business) when not, fixing locks, addicted to fsx. fairly computer literate,
    although by no means an expert.

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  1. thanks for the info flying this exact route on vatsim right. now around 600 miles to go, the so called golden hour was really nice, much the same as depicted in the video. regards graeme.
  2. Yeah and I was flying beside you all the way as baw215B no vas issues either. I still had 1.1 g left. very annoying prd3 problem I beleive .
  3. yes ctd on descent into kbos when resizing nd panel after 7 hours. lucky i saved flight and was able to continue. i am sure i read a thread concerning pop up panels causing others problems too.
  4. hi, thanks for replying, i have just discovered on another post there is a button on the console you can use to stop the experemental online updates, i may try that as imo i only seem to get grief when chaseplane suddenly stops working, then when i restart the app it begins to download latest updates, and for some reason changes the settings on my controller when doing so. and as previously mentioned also messes up camera presets. spent over an hour this evening setting up a flight, pushed back set handbrake, and suddenly cameras were all over the place. plane slewed back words and came to rest in a field well away from the airport.hopefully un checking this button might help resolve my issues.
  5. Sorry, but i am beginning to regret purchasing chaseplane, hence the title. i know it is still in alpha. however the problems i have encountered with the program to date are just not unacceptable. on numerous occasions in the last couple of weeks chaseplane has shut down in mid flight or during pushback. then starts to download new experimental updates,totally messing up the sim and my controls. (even broke my new throttle attachment in exasperation.) twice this weekend i have had to exit P3d completely due to chaseplane shaking my new pmdg 747 to bits on push back, and rendering my joysticks useless. i have checked all key bindings and there are no conflicts. it appears that the online updates are messing up my sim, and therefore with regret this app will for now be consigned to the hanger until i am confident all the issues are fixed without breaking something else. i do appreciate the program is still in an experimental state, however in my opinion it still has some serious bugs rendering it unusable on my machine, to the extent that my weekend flight plans were seriously curtailed. oh well at least i still have ezdok, not perfect but at least it works. best regards, graeme crawford.
  6. hi, managed to downloads the files ok from flightsim store, however i cannot get through the rex registration process as it does not recognise my name. tried to contact support but site cannot be reached. good start eh. regards, graeme crawford
  7. hi mark, i would like to try out the app, however after downloading when i try to run the server .exe i just get a pop up saying sim server already running. any ideas? best regards, graeme.
  8. option 1 worked ok thanks for your help. all working fine now Neil, and also thanks for the video. best regards, graeme.
  9. i have just downloaded NGX reboot and installed after un installing previous legacy version from control panel. however after pressing the enable button on the new configuration it says it detects the old version on my ngx panel cfg.and because of this i have to now reinstall the pmdg ngx which is really annoying as you might imagine. i did not see any info regarding procedure before installing the latest version surely this should not happen.. any help would be appreciated thanks. regards ,graeme.
  10. I have a similar issue although not sure if confined to my pmdg installs, in that i always have a 2 hour difference showing on the clock either way of gmt /utc,clcks going forward or back the way, could this be a setting of time zones within fsx? i do not use fsuipc or anything else to sync time. however any suggestions on how to rectify this would be much appreciated. thanks. best regards, graeme crawford
  11. I have the 560ti had it now 3 years oc 4.3 still goin strong With dx10 fixer. I have occasional issues usually caused by addons, however for the most part solid performance and visuals, although you do have some trade offs with the eye candy, Which imo do not affect the overall satisfaction using the sandy bridge chip,hey! A couple of years ago everyone was raving this was the best thing since sliced bread! as we all know there are lots of folks with the latest and greatest machines and haswell chips imo i don't think most get much better performance due to fsx limitations so yes i would recomend your choice absolutely. Fact latest & greatest ain't always the best for fsx. regards graeme
  12. I do know you have this issue with steam like a good few others.however,as i said this error is not confined to that platform as it happens in fsx too. forgot to mention i also disabled mytrafficx as i fly only on vatsim.imo this error seems to trigger while using different sceneries & having them all enabled. Regards graeme.
  13. i had the R6025 error a few weeks back using fsx, and the T7. which is the 1st time i ever came across this phenomenon. the only recent changes to my system were the additions of orbx ftx global and europe lc i think i may have resolved it by just turning sliders down a notch and making sure before flight only using the sceneries i am flying through. at the time i had the ctd i was flying SBRF-GGOV, and did not at the time realise i still had utx europe & orbx europe enabled in my sceneries cfg. i have not had any further issues so far touch wood. hope this helps. regards graeme.