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  1. Cool! Thanks. I searched for backup, not export, so found nothing. 😁
  2. So I've searched the help files and this forum and nothing comes up about how to backup all the personal waypoints and POIs I've added to LNM. Any ideas? And also, how can I give a copy of all my POIs to someone else or move them to another computer? Cheers.
  3. Hmm. So that's not the same as having a breaker trip beacuse of a system problem elsewhere which you then have to ascertain and correct or adapt to for the rest of the flight.
  4. Is it still the case that there are no circuit breakers simulated in PMDG?
  5. This is not fact. It's just how it has been with some sims up til now. There is no reason it has to be like that in future.
  6. Sure. But if MS bought the rights to it, he may have no say. Pre DA62 he was very responsive to me on technical issues, as was his biz partner. Nothing since, same as everyone else. I own everything they ever produced and would delighted if that quality was to continue into FS2020.
  7. Maybe he's under NDA to MS re FS2020... That would explain a lot.
  8. I've given up on The NCP setting for now. It wasn't reliable here. Some days it would lock it to 30, other days it was ignored. So I'm using my previous RTSS again which is working reliably. Not been able to see any reason for NCP setting failing.
  9. OK I sussed why it was crashing. One of the update scripts for the Horizon X scenery had renamed one bgl file to disable it, and failed to replace it with a new active one. Several others examples had been correctly updated, but the tile for Aberysthwyth was missing. Checked my backups and I don't think it's ever been there. Obviously I never flew over that specific tile previously in all my years with this data. 🙂 For anyone who wants to check their installation... Look in: ...\VFR-Gen-X-2.0\Volume2\Area1\1.2m Photo\Scenery for a file called V2-12-11750213.bgl It's probably missing, having been renamed v2-12-11750213.bgl.VFRGenXUpdateInstallBackup Simply rename that file to the original name V2-12-11750213.bgl and you should not get the crash. I can see why they tried to update the file - it doesn't draw quite right in the scenery, but I'd rather have a slightly wrong looking tile than a CTD. Cheers.
  10. Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x5d8abf93 Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 10.0.18362.719, time stamp: 0x64d10ee0 Exception code: 0xc0000374 Fault offset: 0x00000000000f92a9 Faulting process ID: 0x3650 Faulting application start time: 0x01d5fcd9d7c5e009 Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\ntdll.dll Report ID: 446ff5bf-6774-425e-84cf-0c49b57d6e47 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID:
  11. Found a repeatable bug with the HorizonX Photoscenery this evening. Flying over Aberystwyth in Central West Wales I get a repeatable crash almost directly over the town. Doesn't happen if I disable the photo scenery. Does happen in any plane at any speed/alt etc. Anyone ever had this? I flew for hours over the rest of Wales and Devon without issue. As soon as I returned directly over Aberystwyth I get a CTD. Wondering if there is a fix Does anyone know how to find which scenery files are effective at a specific location? I'd like to replace just the relevant files instead of doing a full reinstall if possible. Looks like its Volume 2.
  12. Hmm. LM didn't design all the bits which I run beside P3D, so I still use affinity masks to control it all as recommended many times. All I can say is that I can scream around in very fast jets at 200ft at Mach2+ for long flights over many countries with photo scenery everywhere and have no blurries, so I'm not about to reinvent my configuration yet again when all the advice given previously is working perfectly. It seems people just can't stop fiddling.
  13. Hi Bert, Sorry I've been out of the loop. What does 'Stick with what LM designed' mean in this case.
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