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  1. PMDG is not the problem, it's Prepar3D addons (sceneries, shaders, weather, textures...) that sometimes require so much time and headaches with configuring them...
  2. Dear Henrik, thanks for your reply. Yes Orbx elevation tool is rather unreliable. The stangest thing is that is not even displays EGKK in neither of the two columns!! SO I can't move it from the column where the elevation corrections are applied or the other way round.. Anyway, I realized that I was not following one of the main indication in the 737 manual, this is to say to avoid using the PMDG plane as default one. Actually using Simstarter NG is not clear which plane has to be considered the default one so what I did yesterday was loading the sim with the Bonanza and then load the saved flight while I was beginning the descent toward EHAM. I had no signs of the issue anymore but I got some weird behaviors like aircraft cold and dark after loading scenario, etc.. I also added a null zone to the differential brakes on the pedals. So, in the end I managed to complete the tutorial flight but spent so much time testing, configuring, swearing for a CTD, waiting for P3d to load (instead of flying) ... that I'm beginning to think that if PMDG would release another plane besides DC-6 for X-Plane I'd seriously think about switching to XP! Thanks again for your help! Ciao Adriano
  3. I'm going to set up a signature right now! Adriano Massi
  4. I did originally signed my first one with full name and surname, you did I have to sign any other replies I wrote? Yes, first thing I'll do is check the pedals and hope I'll be able to fly the NGX!
  5. Yes, I'm using them. I suppose I'd be seeing the red "brake" label on the lower left of the screen would they be acting on differential brakes, but it's surely worth a recalibration and dead zone increase. Thanks Harvester!
  6. Thanks Scandinavian, I know! I'm a developer. Actually I'd be very surprised about the NGX code having anything related to the problem since the long time it's on the scene and the number of updates it had. But it could be something else related to elevation misconfiguration or whatever else that is brought to surface by using the NGX rather than any other less complex aircraft. So I wrote here wondering if any other NGX pilot has ever experienced the same behavior.
  7. Thanks for your reply Victroos, brakes are not applied, I tried applying and releasing them to test it N1 is about 91%, automatically rated after clicking TOGA i've the free version of fsuipc but never messed with that, other planes seems to be not showing this problem Nothing installed that should affect ground friction (AFAIK)
  8. Hello, after a total reinstall of all my P3D V4.2 I tried taking off from Gatwick with the standard PMDG House 737-800 with winglets. I'm following PMDG 737 tutorial 1 (EGKK - EHAM) The problem is that after applying TOGA the plane' speed raises very slowly, like having brakes applied. In the end the plane reaches the end of the runway at 120Kts at best and looks like it's sticked to the runway even if I roll the nose up. Sometimes after some simulator/pc restarts everything goes normal and the plane accelerates normally, but most of the times it doesn't. The 737's wheels seem to be 1/4 sunk in the runway, I don't know if that's could be related to my issue. I did the ORBX Vector elevation adjustment I'm not sure this is a problem related to the plane, but I'm trying posting this issue here in case somebody had the same problem and could point me to the right direction to fix it I'm using: ORBX Global, Europe, England, Vector Envshade UK 2000 Gatwick (P3D V4 Compatible) REX Thanks for your attention Cheers Adriano Massi
  9. Right now downloading my third PMDG aircraft (DC 6 for P3D). Just feeling the urge to say a huge thank you to all the PMDG team. Flight simming for me would be much, much less interesting, stimulating and enjoyable without your incredible simulations. You guys really rock. Thanks! Adriano Massi
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