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  1. Gotcha! Thanks a lot, Regards Alvaro Escorcia
  2. Hello I have recently installed the B737NGX in FSX-SE. I followed the readme instructions and installed the FSX-SE simconnect(s). My problem is that after I enter about 2/3 of the FMC data as per the tutorial flight #1 (EGKK-EHAM), having the captain side FMC popped-out in the 3D cabin, I loose the ability to move the view around the 3D cockpit. I mean pressing the space-bar and moving the mouse stops working. Any ideas? Alvaro Escorcia. OS: W10-64; CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00 Ghz, RAM 16.0 GB; GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 1190 Mhz 4 GB: Sim: FSX-SE 10.0.62615.0(FSX. 20150710-1055)
  3. "The problem is very likely your settings. I for one have seen settings that might be causing this problem. Look at your shadow settings, they are set pretty high. You have set simobjects shadows to on, with some pretty high shadow cast distances. This might explain your problem: many Aerosoft airports have certain objects and vehicles in common, which shadows are maybe not handled properly by the sim, and causing those stutters. I would try turing off all shadows. Then start enabling shadows for your aircraft first, then maybe terrain with a low shadow cast distance. No need to set it to 20000 meters." Unfortunately this is not my case for sure. My problem stays on even after updating the version of P3D client to the latest version, which requires deleting the shaders folder and the Prepar3D.cfg file (which has the settings). Also, previously I changed every recommended performance setting you can imagine, as I found in the forums and you-tube. I am not even using any add-on scenery, airplane, nothing. I came down to the bones in my quest to troubleshoot my issue. Actually, I bet if I install FSX-SE I am likely to see the same symptoms (which I don't really want to do). Regards Alvaro Escorcia
  4. Mike, thank you very much for sharing the problem and solution! In my case I seem to have the same condition. With a good rig and GPU I am getting 10-18 fps most of the time, often dropping to 5 and even stopping for several seconds after which it continues the flight or, sadly, one time out of five, P3D hangs out. Just to be clear on the process you followed, I intend to do the following. Can you please confirm if this is a correct way to do what you did ? Download and install Display Windows Uninstaller freeware application. Add the app to the list of exclusions in the antivirus software Close all apps and create a system restore point in W10 Uninstall the Nvidia Driver (in my case GeForce 378.78 with release date 03/08/2017); using the Display Driver Uninstaller. Select Clean and restart button. PC will re-boot. Shot down the PC Open the PC case, Remove the GPU, plug back the GPU, close the PC case Turn on the PC Install the latest Nvidia Driver. (As of today, it would be GeForce 378.92 released 03/19/2017) Looking forward for advice Regards Alvaro Escorcia OS: W10-64; CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00 Ghz, RAM 16.0 GB; GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 1190 Mhz 4 GB dedicated video memory: Simulator: Prepar3D 3.4.22.19868
  5. "Unninstalled Graphics Driver and associated software with DDU, and removed and inserted graphic card again on the MOBO, followed by a clean new installation of all Nvidia Drivers" What is DDU? Thanks Alvaro Escorcia
  6. Hi Daedalus The scenery used by the AirHispania community is free and IMHO the best. The Autogen is very good. Regards Alvaro Escorcia - AHS712D OMAA
  7. There is a full photo-real scenery 1m / pixel with LOD13 Mesh and high quality auto-gen for FSX-P3D for Spain, including the balearic and canary islands. This freeware is widely used by the community of AirHispania Virtual Airlines http://www.airhispania.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=2506&sid=a3387a79741ccde8f1a99442e33ceda3 Regards Alvaro Escorcia
  8. Hello I would appreciate telling me where can I post feedback 4to the developers of the Douglas C47 Skytrain V3 FSX-P3D manfred Jahn... I have tried the forum where the plane is published but I can't post comments there http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=34&id=17656 regards Alvaro Escorcia
  9. fsx-ms

    Rob Real Air did an outstanding job, primarily because you folks focused on us the users. Now that you are moving into higher priorities we beg you to please transfer the product to whomever you think can best help us continuing enjoying what you created. In our minds it will always be your innovation! Best regards Alvaro Escorcia
  10. Brilliant!
  11. fsx-ms

    Great products !!! Thank you Alvaro Escorcia
  12. What is the status of P3D compatibility? regards Alvaro Escorcia
  13. P3D

    What is the status of offering P3D connectivity? So that one with P3D be able to share cockpiut with other person using FSX? Or P3D? Regards Alvaro Escorcia
  14. This issue has been fixed and was there in FSX as well. The fix is in the real Air support forum. There is a fix for the sounds. I have the flap extensions with sound at a level you can hear very well. Its is their forum too To fix sounds of Real Air Duke B60 V2 piston engines for FSX in P3D replace the file "sound.cfg" and add the file "B58.wav" to the content of the aircraft "sound" folder, located normally in the path Prepar3Dv3\SimObjects\Airplanes\RealAir Duke B60 V2\sound. The 2 files are located in the "Duke-B60-FSX-sound-archivos.zip" file in this link https://www.dropbox.com/s/wj8rzavwj9igvph/Duke-B60-FSX-sound-archivos.zip?dl=0 Regards Alvaro Escorcia
  15. However it works perfect. I use it quite a bit. No problem in P3Dv3 Great aircraft Alvaro Escorcia