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  1. https://www.directupload.net/file/d/5996/oqk4vjnf_jpg.htm Do you guys know whats wrong here with the lightning?
  2. Does anybody know what the hell is going on at T2G? I mean they never react to support issues in their forum and barely give updates of the upcoming updates for P4D....
  3. Hey guys, sorry If I'm playing the wise guy now, but on the side glareshield of the VC on my 747-8 the lettering of the two knobs to adjust the brightness of the PFD and ND says "CRT", but those ain't CRT, the're LCD's. According to the FCOM should say "DSPL" (10.10.67);) greeting Phil Tereny
  4. Just a small question Robert, does the Dash 8 come with its own set of manuals (QRH, FCOM, etc.)? Phil Tereny
  5. Just click at "MY ACCOUNT" at the top right spot. Phil Tereny
  6. @rsrandazzo Does the Dash 8 come with its own set of manuals (QRH, FCOM, etc.)? greetings, Phil Tereny
  7. Hello Guys, I know, this is an issue many people are observing while flying on North atlantic routes to Canada/US, for me, this happened almost everytime, after a flight time of 4-7 hours somwhere in the vicinity of New Foundland (I don't use the timelaps function!), my Simulator (P3D v3 and v4) freezes after a view change or clicking any spot in the cockpit (NOT just the Captains PFD!) and a couple of seconds later P3D terminates and the event viewer tells me an error of the NTDLL. I've tried the suggestions of the AVSIM CTD guide, I also run always the latest driver builds (including my GTX 1080) and I don't use any overclocking at all. Since this happens only in PMDG planes (777 and 747), I'm writing this in here. This have been the bad news, but maybe I got a solution for all this. In a forum (sorry, I forgot where it was) somebody accused the tool GSX to be the offender, so I did the following: So far I performed two flights from EGLL to KBOS, first with the 747 and last with the 777 (each with the BA livery from the OC), but during the climbout of Heathrow I went to the addon menu of P3D and disabled GSX and after a few seconds I enabled it again, and surprisingly, I was able to complete both flights without an issue! Now just to be clear: I know this is anything but significant, this could be totally a coincidence, it takes more tests to confirm / dismiss this theory. Unfortunately I do not have the time to do an atlantic crossing every day, so I'm asking you guys to try out these steps with disabling GSX and tell us here, wheter it works or not, maybe we can get of this problem once and for all. Thank you guys, best regards Phil Tereny
  8. Hello guys, I‘d also like to know, which Brake categories are simulated in the NGX, since there are differences in the performance inflight section of the QRH. greetings, Phil Tereny
  9. Hello Guys, two questions for real pilots: 1. In my FCOM the first flight of the das flow and check is followed by the turnaround flow and check. But where do I start, when I already performed a flight on that day? I‘d say the shutdown flow and check completes flight 1 and the turnaround check and flow starts flight no 2, is that correct? 2. The hole chapter normal operations doesn‘t say to check the GPWS, why is that so? already tried to ask at the Aerosoft forum, but their trips and tricks thread seams to be abandoned since September. Thanks for help in advance;) Phil Tereny
  10. Just wanted to bring up my question again. Will it be possible to get ATIS information via the ACARS of the 747, and are you going to simulate a GLS approach? Thanks, Phil Tereny
  11. @rsrandazzo Thank You very much for sharing all those details. I'd also like to know, if the moving map is based of AFCAD-Files or do you have to create such a map for each airport? I'm also curious, if it will be possible to check the ATIS via the ACARS and if it's possible to simulate a GLS Approach. Phil Tereny
  12. To aligne the IRS (not INS) during the preflight procedures, you have to switch it to "NAV", then enter the current position into the FMC (POS INIT) and wait. Phil Tereny
  13. it looks like, you didn't get the ironic part of my post;) Phil Tereny
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