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  1. GSX skips over many of Ray Smith's airports because they are above the default BGL size threshold. You can increase the threshold by editing the .ini file as discussed here. http://www.fsdreamteam.com/forum/index.php/topic,13489.msg100092.html#msg100092
  2. Ben, the only way to get the updated 300ER is to download the new installer for it. Uninstalling and reinstalling the same old version is not going to do anything. If the download is not associated with your account then you may have to access it using your email address and order number on the same page that you log in at PMDG. If you have lost this information there is an option to have it emailed to you.
  3. PMDG have not done email support in a long time. You will need to open a support ticket at http://support.precisionmanuals.com. They will get you back up and running. To the OP, for the 777, before you start the upgrade you can deactivate your key through the settings menu on the CDU. That will release the registration so that it is not counting against your limit.
  4. You don't need to update the ops center, you need to download the updated installer for the 300ER. Go to http://www.precisionmanuals.com/ Login Click "View previous orders" Click on the order number for the 300ER (it will be the 29.99 one) At the bottom of that page, click the download url and save the updated version to your computer Run the installer
  5. You cant update the 777-300ER through the Ops Center, you have to re-download the installer from where you bought the product. You can just run the installer again, no need to remove the old version first.
  6. Just note that if you are using the 777 to test whether or not the trim buttons are working, you must have the hydraulics turned on.
  7. Don't think it is particularly helpful to remind him a year and a half later.
  8. In case you are still having problems locating it, here is the exact location to delete the unused panel states from: <FSX>\PMDG\PMDG777X\PanelState
  9. You should be able to reactivate it on the same pc an unlimited number of times. If you are having issues you need to open a support ticket with PMDG at http://support.precisionmanuals.com/Main You will need to login (or create an account) then click on the "Tickets" button. This account is separate from your forum account.
  10. Just make a backup of the entire <FSX>\PMDG directory. The specific files that you are asking about are stored in <FSX>\PMDG\PMDG 737 NGX\Aircraft. They are named <atc_ID>.inf
  11. Sure, it is the "CLOCK" button next to the "MIC" button to the left of where the old analog clock used to be. It is there no matter what type of clock you have installed. You can see it in the photo you posted. Just look for the button labeled "CLOCK" just below the PDF popup in your photo. Left click to start/stop/reset the timer. Right click to toggle acceleration on/off. Another useful tip; if you push the "MIC" button it will open the 2d radio panel. Happy Flying
  12. PMDG does not sell a 767 product. If you mean the 737 check to make sure your firewall is not blocking the traffic and if that doesn't fix it submit a ticket at http://support.precisionmanuals.com/Main/Default.aspx. You also need to sign your post with your full name as per forum rules.
  13. Go to the PMDG support site and submit a ticket. http://support.precisionmanuals.com/Main/
  14. Any time you are interesed in finding information about aircraft limitations, the appropriately named "Limitations" section of FCOMv1 is a good place to start. As far as I know there is no wind limitation on a/p - a/t use. There is an operating limitation for a maximum takeoff and landing tailwind component of 15 knots. See FCOMv1 pg 179. There are also limitations on wind speeds for automatic landings on FCOMv1 pg 184: Headwind 25 knots Tailwind 15 knots Crosswind 25 knots These limitations are recommendations by Boeing, individual opeators can have a company SOP that adjusts these limitations.
  15. If you mean that it has been nearly a month since the last update from PMDG on the 777 you might want to look again. This topic is only 5 days old.
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