F4UCorsair

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  1. Cheyenne X on P3D2

    After reinstalling my FSX back, I applied your instructions - the Cheyenne works like a charm now. Really a good addon which I recommend if you are into the light twin-turboprop, and has -to me- little to envy to other addons such as Turbine Duke. Doesn't look outdated despite its age and systems work well. By the way, do the migration tool work well ? Would have they prevented me this issue ? Thanks a lot for your help again, Craig. Appreciated. Cheers
  2. Cheyenne X on P3D2

    Thanks for the spot on diagnostic Now that you say it I recall having a similar issue a few years ago, got fixed the same way. But, because I am a wise man, I wiped everything from FSX a couple of days ago... no need for congratulations lol. I will install back a vanilla FSX and perform the install process again - thanks a lot for your precious help. I will let you know if this worked.
  3. Cheyenne X on P3D2

    Hello guys, I own the Cheyenne since quite a long time and decided to move to P3D which corresponds more to my requirements. However I encounter a very serious issue when I migrated the Cheyenne on P3D (basically ran a new install with a fsx.exe file in the P3D folder so the Cheyenne installer can proceed). A picture is worth a thousand words, so.. Quite a problem, isn't it ? Also, the GPU is constantly here in external view. If anyone successfully used t he Cheyenne X in P3D, or have an idea to solve this, let me know.. Thanks, Corsair
  4. After the MU-2?

    Cheyenne, Cheyenne ! I have been hoping so long for a PA-42, be it on FSX/P3D or X-P. I hope you guys will seriously consider it. Corsair