Thanks for tip Ben, appreciate your response.
I have deleted the left white button function successfully, thank you.
However...on trying exactly the same technique, as per your instructions, on the right white button, (Flaps Decrease), plus a few of the other buttons and switches, the default function will not delete.?
I have no idea why the deletion method worked on the left button, but does not work on any other button..I am obviously doing something wrong...but after tearing out my limited hair, I had to walk away.
I also noticed that the original function title of the left white button, ie "Flaps Increase" remains in the drop down boxes...shouldn't this just be a blank now that the default function has been deleted?
Cheers and thanks in advance
There is no ASUpdater for the FSX version, the updater came out well after the FSX project closed down (about 10 years ago) and only the P3Dv4/v5 version has the ASUpdater. The latest version for the software you are using is version 1.31.
If you are not familiar with using the Windows Event Viewer you can either Google "How to use Windows Event Viewer" or you can instead use a very simply application that does most all the word for you, called AppCrashView. When you have a CTD, simply start AppCrashView and go to the last crash (it should show Prepar3d if the crash if there was crash data... there sometimes isn't). You can copy and past all the info from AppCrashView to a post here in our forum.
I hope this is helpful to you my friend.
I believe everything is updated; the FSX:SE version updates automatically, however, I cannot find the ASUpdater anywhere in the files, even after reinstalling the A318/A319.
Could you explain how to work the Windows Eventviewer while FSX runs? The simulator doesn't crash, but rather has extremely poor frame rates and is extremely choppy (takes about 10 seconds for the screen to reload every time), and makes it impossible to perform any actions in the sim. Thank you!