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  1. This is a wonderful idea for a thread. Learning quite a lot so far from our fellow CRJ drivers!
  2. I had the same issue and it has been reported in this thread. A temporary fix that works for me is: -Set the plane to its "Ready to Taxi" state -Let it complete the configuration and the engines start. (It's best if you get the "Aircraft Configuration Complete" banner message.) -Then go back to "Cold & Dark" state. The engines should start up after doing that. Let me know if it works out!
  3. Of course. Please let me know if I could be of any help with this issue!
  4. External power & air (killing two birds with one stone) removed. No engine gauge movement. For now, I think I'll just stay by choosing "ready to taxi", letting it run and then go back to "cold and dark". It seems like the only way I can get it to start. Also: I've noticed that the "configuring aircraft" message tends to hang a bit. Right now, after doing the ready to taxi and then cold and dark, it has been the first time I see "Aircraft Configuration Completed" message. Maybe that could have something to do with it.
  5. FSX SP2 Intel i5-6600k GTX 1070 8 gb of ram. Running great with little VAS usage and great fps!
  6. I tried again, to no avail. As requested. 2017-8-2_16-59-3-480.BMP
  7. I restarted my sim and followed your short version from cold and dark, engine gauges did not go up for either engine. However, before restarting the sim, I parked at the gate and shut down the engines. I was able to restart them on the spot. It seems if one loads it on the ready to taxi, and then goes back to c & d, is a short term fix. EDIT: I can confirm that, in my case, loading it up ready for taxi and then going back to c & d allows me to start the engines with your short version checklist.
  8. Third flight with the plane, and not even once have I been able to get the engines to start, unless I select the "engine running" state. I follow everything on the checklist, but, when it comes to start the engines, the engine start & ignition engines are yellow or orange, and whenever I hit "start" on the engine start console, the engine valves do not move whatsoever and nor do I get any movement on the engine gauges. I've restarted the sim twice, and I also loaded my default Trike every time before so I can hide the yoke. Using FSX SP2.
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