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  1. He said "took" not "will take"
  2. It it is random and can't be pinpointed to anything the only advice I can give you is to follow the given suggestions in here to the point: Please do not omit any of the given steps (especially while reinstalling the bus). They all serve at least one purpose (if not many).
  3. What OS and what sim are you using? Does restarting the sim or rebooting your system fix the problem?
  4. Please accept that Mathijs has closed this line of discussion. Thank you.
  5. Keep in mind that your Windows also uses quite some memory... With extending your RAM you will make sure that your simulator will be able to get 4 GB if he needs it (after applying the patch). Without more RAM it might not be able to get much more than 3 GB.
  6. Yes. The 64bit OS enables you to make use of more than 4 GB of RAM in your machine. By default a 32bit application is able to address 3 GB of RAM. With some special settings within the executable this can be extended to 4 GB. FSX has the HIGHMEMFIX switch in it's cfg file to enable this. For FS9 (and all other 32bit apps) the mentioned patch is able to modify the executable accordingly.
  7. Oops, of course, you are right There seems to be a solution for FS2004 as well
  8. One can also use Linda and it's A320 Lua module to freely configure the disengage AP functionality to what ever device you want. Actually this allows you to connect any flight deck button/switch to any of your devices.
  9. In this case you really should add more RAM to your system. FSX can handle up to 4 GB, but at the moment have to share it with Windows. So it might get something like 3 GB, or maybe even less. If you add more RAM FSX gets a real chance to get it's own 4 GB not interfered by Windows. Don't forget to add the "highmemfix" item into your FSX.cfg. Without this, FSX would stay limited to 3 GB max, with it it be able to access 4 GB. Just google for "highmemfix" for directions on how to enter this to your FSX.
  10. Because we believe this topic has been answered we have closed it. If you have any more questions feel free to open a new topic.
  11. What Windows version are you running? And is it the 32bit or 64bit version?
  12. Just select "Airbus Extended" item in the list, press the "Browse" button in the tool bar on top of the window and select the following folder: C:\Users\YOU\Documents\Aerosoft\Airbus\FlightPlans\
  13. No, it was only developed for FSX. It's successor, the Airbus A318/A319 resp. Airbus A320/A321 does.
  14. Because it didn't summed up all the memory usage from departing from somewhere else and flying into EIDW.
  15. And to prevent a livery request storm in here (the preview topic), there is already a topic which takes such requests: