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    • It's a intermittent problem, but it continues to happen occasionally,  it has happened 2 out of last 3 flights so I'm going to raise it again.   Aircraft reaches climb altitude, and then at some point after decides to deviate from filed FP.   It can be a rapid assent, a decent or a overspeed condition.   I attached the Project Flight chart from today's Tokyo to Seoul flight, shortly after leveling off it goes into overspeed condition,  but I regain control pretty quickly.  When it happens I disengage AP and autothrust, pull the throttles back to idle and let it descend,  then I re-engage and control is restored.  Rest of flight is textbook to successful landing.   Why is this doing this?
    • Ok   Fair enough, thank you all for your time. It is obviously not a known issue. If anyone else has, or has had, the same problem could you maybe let me know. I wont raise a ticket at the moment, I will live with it for the time being. Again thanks for looking into it for me.
    • TBH, Now I'm out of any idea. Seems as if something on your system is not as it should be, but no idea where to look at. Open a ticket at support@aerosoft.com and maybe the guys over there have an idea.
    • Nein.   Du musst den RAM nur einbauen und eventuell im BIOS die Taktrate einstellen (XMP-Profil aktivieren, vorsicht bei gemischten/unterschiedlichen Modulen), das ist alles.
    • Hallo zusammen   Ich habe heute neue Ram-Riegel in mein System verbaut. Anstelle von 16GB habe ich nun 32GB. Muss ich irgendwelche Prefs löschen bei XP11?   Danke und Gruzz   Remo
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