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  1. Solved! While surfing some other posts about GS issues I found his tidbit: I hadn’t, since the HSI was the instrument in question, but apparently Alabeo didn’t code this quite right. Once I enabled this option - voila - a working GS 😄!
  2. I did set it to Nav1, but didn’t disable the 530. By this you mean commenting it out in the panel.cfg file?
  3. Hello, System: P3D v 4.2 on Win 10 machine. I have the GNS 430w V2.1, and successfully installed it into the Alabeo PA32. I can use the GPS to navigate enroute (it drives the HSI needle), but the problem arises when I activate a GPS approach: the 430w continues to provide lateral guidance, but I get no glideslope (the 430w does change to LPV mode). Whereas in my Alabeo C404, I can fly a full LPV approach to minimums. The stock PA32 has both a 530 and a 430. I replaced the 430 with the Reality XP 430w using the Addon wizard, and again, it works fine for everything but APP. Might this have something to do with the stock 530 being present? I tried "installing" the Reality XP 530 (which I don't have), such that the 530 panel is dark, but same result. I could not find any avionics switch setting in the PA-32 cockpit that might route things differently. I looked at the configuration settings menu, but left it default as the HSI was working...did I miss ticking a box there? Something else? Thanks! Scott
  4. Yep, tried that. Oddly, P3D immediately displayed a screen saying it need "at least an airport or Navaid" to start, and closed right down. Apparently I have no default scenery? Something clearly was way off, and trying to start with one FTX airport enabled to get past that screen caused the same error as previously. I gave up, but was consoled by having a fairly recent disk image of a working configuration at the ready to restore 🙂! After restoring an image from 2 days prior, P3D worked (as expected), and still worked after the Windows 10 update 😅. Now its time to slowly add the new stuff to see what might have done this. Thanks again for all of your efforts to help. Great forum, and very helpful CTD guide. I just had one of those issues that evaded diagnosis. Scott
  5. OK, unfortunately all failed. There was no such setting in my dll.xml - just references to the PMDG heads-up display and RAASPro. I deactivated both but no joy. Also tried deleting default scenario - nope. Checked scenery integrity in Lorby - all fine. Deleted shaders folder - no joy. Ugh. Now will try to reinstall P3D components. Next stop is restoring image (at least only 48 hrs old). Scott
  6. Sounds good. I used Lorby to disable scenery for testing as per the guide, but I didn't try the check errors function. At least I've got a couple of things to try before having to restore my disk image. Thanks! Scott
  7. I changed both of these files to .OFF, but are you saying that when P3D generates a new default dll.xml on the fly, that default file will contain a reference to the CMeteoXmlx64.dll module - which is presumably corrupt - and so still crashes P3D? If so, that would be great 🙂! Will test out after work. Thanks again, Scott
  8. I will try that, but shouldn't my renaming the dll and exe.dll files to .off have permitted an error free start? Thanks! Scott
  9. Hello, This morning, P3D v4,2 ran fine on my Win 10 Home PC (i5-4690k, GTX 1080, 32 GB RAM). Upon shutdown, there was an "Update and shutdown" selection, and windows installed 2 updates. Tonight I purchased several FTX sceneries on sale (Trees, Northern CA, and 3 airports). All installed normally via FTX Central. P3D had been working fine with many other FTX sceneries on board. After install, I started P3D and I got a "P3D has stopped working" error right at the display of the Scenario screen. I uninstalled the FTX sceneries - no change. I tired to uninstall the win 10 update, but it came right back at restart. I followed the CTD guide from start to finish (except for reinstall of P3D) with no joy. Wondering if anyone else's P3D v4.2 broke with this windows 10 update? The following are my AppCrash and Event Viewer reports. Any help much appreciated. I have a fairly recent disk image I can restore, but I did install a few things after it, so would like to avoid. Thanks! 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MetadataHash=-263741256 WINDOW EVENT VIEWER: Log Name: Application Source: Application Error Date: 5/8/2018 8:24:38 PM Event ID: 1000 Task Category: (100) Level: Error Keywords: Classic User: N/A Computer: DESKTOP-1QBNG9O Description: Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 4.2.21.24048, time stamp: 0x5a7c832c Faulting module name: symmap.dll, version: 4.2.21.24048, time stamp: 0x5a7c828f Exception code: 0xc000041d Fault offset: 0x00000000000327ac Faulting process id: 0x2e38 Faulting application start time: 0x01d3e72be56862f4 Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: C:\Program Files\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\symmap.dll Report Id: 0cd1eecd-6b6d-4f31-9f8f-9e39bd1c7432 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: Event Xml: <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event"> <System> <Provider Name="Application Error" /> <EventID Qualifiers="0">1000</EventID> 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  10. Today it works fine. Must have been some sort of weird network or simconnect issue solved by rebooting. Sorry! Scott
  11. Any ideas why this might happen? It worked perfectly yesterday. Today I get a red bar for simulator, yellow for realtraffic. AS16 able to connect fine (and was yesterday as well). log file just says “waiting for simulator...” Windows 10 client, same for server, P3D v4.2x, using 64 bit PSXseecon (again, all worked perfectly yesterday). Anything more I can do to better debug this? One thought - I was I a different aircraft (Alabeo C404), though I did not get any error messages. Thanks, Scott
  12. Followed Bill's instructions and YES! GNS 430 up and working in the C404 panel. Thank you so much!! Scott
  13. That was it - ugh! I had the FPL subfolder at the same level as the GNS folder, not IN it. Moved it in, and voila! Thank you for your help! Scott
  14. Only a single file: "sys_nandc" Scott
  15. Thank you for the detailed response regarding getting the panel to work! I'll be sure to give this a try tonight! Regarding loading flight plans: I did create the FPL folder, and copied the sample flight plan into it. My issue is that my Reality XP GNS 430 has no FPL page 3!!! There are only 2 FPL pages. So I can't get to the page which allows loading the FP into the GNS. I will double check my version. I ticked "update" during the install, and seem to recall it reporting I am already up to date (and I purchased it yesterday), but one never knows. I did fly the C404 from KBOS to KACK, and used the 430W to fly the GPS 6 LPV successfully with a 400' overcast (and torrential rain) 🙂. I'm a former instrument student who stopped flying due to finances, and this will give me a great way to keep the rust at bay until I can afford to start up again someday. I tinkered with LittleNavMap last night and it's pretty cool once you get past the information overload! I'd exported my flightplan to the FPL folder, but that's when I realized there was no way to load it without FPL page 3, so I just keyed it into the 430W. Thanks again, Scott
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