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  1. Here are the hardware requirements from the shop page for the FSX/FSX:SE version: System requirements: Microsoft Flight Simulator X (SP2, Acceleration Pack, Gold Edition or Steam Edition) or Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v3 Windows 7 / 8 / 10 (all fully updated) (64 bit version highly recommended) 3.0 GHz processor (Dual Core processor or equivalent system recommended) 6 GB RAM (8 GB recommended) Mouse with mouse wheel (please note the controller and mouse with mouse wheel are absolutely needed) 3D Graphics Card with minimal 2 GB (4 GB recommended) Control unit (joystick) with throttle and rudder control While your current CPU and RAM are adequate, the integrated graphics aren't. So going with a separate graphics card is the right move. Since 2GB VRAM is minimal, you'll do better with the 730GT. While older, the VRAM increase should help. That said, it would be better if you could spend a little more for a newer card in the 1000 series but with 4GB instead of 2. What Walter wrote is quite valid. While your system will be adequate for the A320, you'll be limited in other add-ons and your sliders won't be very far right for a smooth experience.
  2. So the chances are excellent that a repainter will do one if it's not one of the included ones.
  3. Mathijs gave you a prompt reply, pointing out that the issue you reported is due to the paint. Going to the painter is the only reasonable way to get to a solution. Aerosoft simply hosts the third party liveries on their server and isn't responsible for checking each and every one to see if it's problem free. Nor do other commercial publishers. That's the way free third party liveries and other free add-ons have worked since the dawn of our hobby. Your simple request got a simple and concise answer. That's not Mathijs having a bad day. Edit: I see Tom replied before mine was done.
  4. No reply from OP in over a month since my last post, so it's time to close this. 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.
  5. C:\ProgramData is usually a hidden folder, so you'll need to change the View settings in File Explorer to see it.
  6. Just a suggestion: in the future, using the the "V" key for screen shots which sends the shot to your pictures folder is overall easier than using your phone, plus they look clearer. It's a standard FSX/P3D keystroke. .jpg format is best. See the in-sim settings menu for options.
  7. The visible part might or might not include a small shelter or just small antennas you can see here (GPS and VHF types shown in the pictures). Read here for a description of the physical infrastructure (Second paragraph), which is minimal and not necessarily even on the airport. So not much to see.
  8. Thanks for this post, Torsten. I still remember the anticipation followed by so many happy hours of exploring as each of the four sceneries was released. Nice to see an FSX install still doing it's bit.
  9. Bradley, I edited your post to remove the comment about the developer. As this is a commercial forum hosted by Aerosoft, please avoid opinion on other developers. Thanks in advance for understanding our interest in respect for others in the business.
  10. Lost comm procedures for airspace under US FAA jurisdiction: Lost nav is best avoided by carrying the right mix of redundant nav systems so the loss of a single system still leaves alternative methods, including radar vectors, to visual meteorological conditions. Properly equipped, loss of all nav is extremely rare in today's environment. This said, along with the comments from other contributors, probably doesn't really get to your first question. At some point, the probability of total total failure as you described would require the crew to use available resources as seen in such "non-survivable" incidents as the "Miracle on the Hudson", United Flight 232 (here) or DHL A300 OO-DLL. Granted, these were different factually from your scenario, but all illustrate that crew resource management, using all available resources, offers the best outcome to any emergency. With regard to your question 2, dead reckoning (DR) from a last known position would be my last resort. Too many variables in winds/weather and too many non-variable rocks. A DR letdown in full non-visual conditions isn't an option at all, considering the people on the ground you're putting at risk, plus whoever's on board. Backup comm resources used to get me to a safe alternate with a radar approach would be a better choice.
  11. It's completely normal, and a good cabin crew keeps it coming. If turbulence is expected, you drink fast. If it's unexpected, you have an embarrassing stain in your lap at the end of the flight. Just like everyone in the back. Unlike "Fate is the Hunter," the contents aren't going to short out the electronics and cause you to crash.
  12. The Airbus Professional series, as well as the earlier Aerosoft Airbus products, all specifically focus on the flight deck operations and not the cabin. This has been explained numerous times over the course of development. Thanks for your interest, but your request is outside the scope of the product line and simply won't be an option.
  13. Nice to see another budding painter.
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