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  1. According to the release notes for the update from the OP there is nothing about updated airports or navdata - it's mostly G1000/G3000/G5000 etc. and aircraft updates.
  2. What is <parameter name="AIG_AIRCRAFT" value="false" /> I use AIG and would think this should be true.
  3. Windows 10 has the Windows 7 system image tool that I've used for some time. More than once I have recovered my C drive using the system image.
  4. I'm not interested in using a "flyover" function so I will turn it off. Thanks for adding the functionality, but I doubt I will ever use it.
  5. That's what I thought but I couldn't find it mentioned anywhere in the PSXTraffic manual.
  6. It will detect them if you use automatic scan, or have an afolder parameter containing Community Folder.
  7. PSXTraffic parameters.xml is in it's own folder at C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\PSXTraffic. You can open the PSXT parameters.xml and copy the lfolder and afolder parameters into PSXTraffic parameters.xml. Your afolder0 is probably redundant since afolder1 is set to Community folder - PSXTraffic scans airports on every launch so it makes no sense to have it scan addon airports NOT in the Community Folder because addon airports NOT in the Community folder will NOT be present in MSFS.
  8. I assume this function is user select-able (and defaults off) - for those us us not interesting we can NOT turn this function on?
  9. Ran a model update and that replaced the missing model behaviors folder. I appreciate the help - Thank you
  10. Hmm I am not able to find a model behaviors directory. Would you mind showing your directory tree with the model behavior directory?
  11. Nico, I had just loaded into a flight at the gate at Dominic Designs KAUS and was in external view watching aircraft movements when all aircraft disappeared. I checked and PSXTraffic had quit...and then wouldn't launch again. I'll try again and report back. I found the problem - PSXTraffic was unable to find the FLIGHTPLANS directory. How I ended up with this issue is a long story but it involved reinstalling MSFS and I didn't recreate the junction to the LocalState (FLIGHTPLANS) directory. Once I did that the crash problem went away. Error as reported in the PSXTraffic log: Error directory_iterator::directory_iterator: The system cannot find the path specified.: "E:\WpSystem\S-1-5-21-2798140993-778685438-1837869802-1001\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalState"
  12. 2.7.1 crashes for me with no warning, no error in the log and no error in event viewer.
  13. If you put your 3060 back in does it work? As far as MB support, of course it supports a 4070. As Pete says it may be power related, or possibly check bios setting to ensure the 4070 is selected instead of on-board video - the 4070 shows up in bios doesn't it?
  14. If you have already purchased a license try activating it in Aviaserver.
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