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  1. hi there, is there any profile out yet? couldnt find anything 😞 greetings, JP
  2. jeypee

    Sim pauses every 5-10 min

    I have exact same problem. Sim freezes every few minutes after a quite while of flight. The freezes are 4-7 seconds and i see the windows loading circle. Very bad situation, especially during approach. I DONT think its a hardware problem as you can see with my specs. i recently did a full fresh win10 install, before i installed my new 4.1 . my specs: P3D4.1 (starting with admin rights) Win10pro 64bit 1709 16299.19 NO antivir at all atm, only the win10 onboard stuff i7-6700k @4,5, HT on GTX1070 Gainward golden sample 16GB DDR4-3200 Win10 on 256GB SSD, P3D on extra 500GB SSD My Addons: FTX Global, Vector, Landclass EU NA alot of regions, but the problem occures also in region without lc or regions AS4+ASCA (starting with admin rights) PTA FSUIPC registered (problem occures also with autosave OFF) some addon airports PMDG NGX , T7, 747 no traffic addon at the moment, all air ai traffic OFF sliders not full right (most 1 tick before) i also tried a fresh p3d.cfg and did some af settings together with process lasso. without success. Only thing i didnt test yet is set HT to OFF and uninstall Intel RST. My drivers and bios are up to date and my temps are under full load about 70-75 celsius (CPU and GPU). Any ideas?
  3. Hi there, first of all: thx alot for that great free product!! I have a question concerning the updating method from 1.07 to 2.0 . Am i right, i only have to download the 2.0 patches folder and replace it with the old one? regards, Jens
  4. Hi there, yesterday i switched from p3dv3 to p3dv4. Did also a fresh win10 install. Now iam wondering whats "the best", or lets say, your favorite way, to make p3dv4 look better, texture and shaderwise. I have all important programms to work with: Rex 4 with softclouds, Rex hd airports, envtex, pta2, asca. In V3 i used a mix of those programms. When i remember correctly, i used a free sky texture package injected and activated in asca, lots of Rex 4 textures beside clouds and sky. Best runway textures come from Rex hd airports in my opinion. From envtex i only used the coral reef textures. Beside that i used the free pta with a slightly modified adam 20_10 preset. Now iam wondering if i should go again like this in v4 or has something changed in the meantime and you can give me some advice how to move on... And of course iam curios, whats your way to make p3dv4 look best :) regards, Jens
  5. There is a known issue with pmdg planes and ctd after few hours of flying (ntdll.dll). Its caused by popping out the captains pfd. once you did it, there is a good chance of facing a ctd after a couple of hours. pmdg reacted in the latest updates and disabled the captains pfd pop out of all planes (737, 777, 747) by default. you have to enable it manually in the fmc pmdg options menu. but you will get a warning of a possible ctd by enabling it.
  6. Go to Preferences/control Assignments / and assign : Tilt Up - coolie hat up ; Tilt down - coolie hat down; Pan left - coolie hat left; Pan right - coolie hat right. If the movement is too slow for you, you can speed it up via /camera / advanced / rotational motion. You can also assign head movements to the other cooli hats on your warthog joystick. speed those up by camera /advanced / directional motion.
  7. Same problem here. Plane does not matter. it occures even in F22. Happens to me with stable version v0.2.121 Alpha and latest experimental. Restarting chaseplane also not helped. Iam on P3Dv3.4 .
  8. My cinematic mode is also crushed since the last update (roleback?l). But my issue is the opposite. The plane is extremly zoomed out. Iam running non experimental v0.2.121 Alpha and P3Dv3.4
  9. Old post but helped me alot. Thx Mark for the fuel planner. And THX Tom for the great tutorial about that beauty. Is there any chance to see the advanced tutorial some day?
  10. Unfortunately the RAM prices explodes these days. For example i bought 2 fast 8GB DDR-4 3200 modules for 85 Euro 10 month ago. Now they are at 140 Euro .
  11. so why iam flying 37200, when iam put in 37000 in the window? thats the question, not more ore less. for the ifly 747 and p3d. is that rl ?
  12. Ok, but shouldnt the autopilot take data/information from the most accurate source? In this case the calibrated data from the ISFD ? In sim this is not the case as i found out. Or is it normal, in rl one plane cruises @ordered FL380 at 37800ft and the next at 38200ft cause of altimeter calibration issues? Seems alot to me. Just have to ask, iam not a rl pilot
  13. Found something on the official support forum. Standby Altimeter / ISFD "incorrect" The Standby altimeter or ISFD is displaying a different Altitude value to the Altimeters on the CAPT and FO PFD's when using the same QNH. This is not a mistake, read below the technical reason for this anomaly. Curtsy from 1 of our Technical Advisory Pilots: "The left and right Pitot static probes supply data to their respective Air Data computers. The ADC's process this data and the output is in the form of an electrical signal to the respective primary altimeters. Within the ADC's is a stored calibration "look up" table which is a very precise non linear correction curve that can be programmed to account for any errors (which magnify with increasing altitude). This correction curve can be modified as the altimeter gets older. The standby altimeter gets it's data directly from the alternate static source and has no calibrated correction other than what can be achieved within the altimeter itself." But the problem is, the plane still flies the difference too high. so simulator uses the "not calibrated" data from the standby altimeter to determine the plane position i guess. So in future when iam flying online and dont want to confuse ATC, i will set 38800 on MCP for FL390. A solution, but not a very realistc one in my opinion.