jonjo69

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  1. ***FIXED*** 1. Uninstalled PMDG, followed by Simconnect. Reinstalled Simconnect (w/ SP1 & 2). Prepar3d worked. 2. Reinstalled PMDG. Prepar3d + PMDG worked. 3. Rebooted. Prepar3d crashed as before. Uninstall PMDG. Prepar3d worked. Reinstalled PMDG. Prepar3d + PMDG works until rebooted. 4. Reinstalled PMDG. Prepar3d + PMDG worked. This time left Baron as default aircraft. Still works after reboot. Summary: Even with setup scenario screen left on, the default aircraft cannot be PMDG. Doing so causes crash. Jonjo Hall
  2. There is no migration tool and no addon scenery. Vanilla Windows 7 and the first thing I installed was P3D v3 followed by Simconnect and then PMDG. I will uninstall PMDG and just have P3D and Simconnect and see if that works. Jonjo Hall
  3. No, fresh install. Purchased PMDG yesterday and P3D v3 was a straight install and not an upgrade. Jonjo Hall Yep, even though the readme didn't say ESP, when it failed I did try ESP as well. Jonjo Hall
  4. Damn, how did you guys get this working? I have a fresh install of Windows 7. I installed P3D v3 and made sure everything was working. I installed Simconnect RTM, SP1 and SP2 XPACK and then PMDG 777. I don't even get to the Scenario screen. I get a quick loading box and then the whole thing just dies. Task Manager shows Prepar3d still running but there's no GUI. Did the same on Windows 10 (which is why I went back to 7). I've since found that it fails after I install Simconnect SP2 XPACK. Uninstalling this allows me to get back into P3D (i.e. just on SP1), but none of the buttons work. Am I missing something obvious? Jonjo (stressed)