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  1. Thank you, I was aware of this software but did not buy it as I felt FSUIPC was good enough for those modules although, at this time, only buttons and axes can be set, it is impossible to create macros yet. But for the time being, I will make do with FSUIPC buttons and switches setup. Many thanks again for your kind assistance. Bernard.
  2. Thank you for this very useful link! I wish there was the same for the other 13 GF modules which are not shown at all by MSFS, that's where FSUIPC becomes irreplaceable.
  3. Could Aerosoft (which is/was selling GoFlight hardware) please confirm whether GoFlight is still in business? I have 14 GF modules and two pedestals, I would really appreciate an answer. Thank you.
  4. Having no response to my numerous emails for support with MSFS, I called today (from Europe) to speak to someone at GoFlight in the US. The Support telephone number is discontinued and the main number did not reply. I left a message asking for an answer to my email, but will I get any? There is still that Covid 19 message on the site which is surprising since I thought the situation in the US was now under control. Has anyone received support or been able to communicate with them recently? Can Aerosoft help even though I did not buy the products there but from GoFlight directly? Furthermore, has anyone been able to configure the TQ6 with MSFS other than with FSUIPC7? All my 17 modules are configured via FSUIPC and work including the TQ6, however the PMDG DC6 does not "accept" FSUIPC and I have been unsuccessful finding a solution until now to set it up through MSFS control manager, Thanks for your feedback.
  5. The answer is: these files are not into the MSFS folder, but in a Windows folder... Problem solved now, the Community folder is identified for new installs.
  6. I installed MSFS this week-end. Because my DVD did not allow a full install for unknown reasons (it would get stuck on different DVD each five install attempts), I had to download MSFS thanks to the redeem card included in the package. As a result of this my MSFS install is limited to the following files on my new dedicated SSD, E: Simulateur MSFS > Official > One Store > data3.cab (the disk 1). At first I thought that some files were hidden, but I could not find any "hidden" files anywhere. Where are the 126 GB of files downloaded (Premium version) - they are indeed using that space on the SSD -and why is the file structure not shown? MSFS works fine and I don't have any problem at all with it, however now that I would like to install some add-ons, where do I point my new products installers since I don't have the "normal" MSFS file structure (see above), I would appreciate any help regarding this matter. Many thanks.
  7. Could you please clarify if the box DVD version of MSFS 2020 in German also offers the choice to be installed in English or only in German? Thank you.
  8. Thank you Otto, but my AS settings include the automatic loading of my P3D flight-plan which I always load in the P3D start-up screen, hence the AS flight-plan ought to be active as well (I just checked now that it is set on TRUE, and it is indeed), it works with all my add-ons but apparently not the A330 (I use the same procedure). Hence my surprise. But I dont mind making that extra - and redondant - selection for the sake of a trouble-free start for the A330!
  9. Update: Today, I followed your advice and loaded the flight plan into Active Sky and had no CTD when requesting the winds. I later on updated the winds when airborne and had no CTD either. So it does appear to be a necessity to load the AS flight plan instead of letting P3D automatically do it as for all other add-on using winds aloft. This bird needs its own food!... Thank you for that tip.
  10. I am using Active Sky and the information is loaded through SimBrief.. I am not using the PMDG folder. I never load the flightplan in Active Sky for any plane since it is supposed to be loaded automatically when selected in P3D as I usually do for all my flights. Is this a problem? What I can do to assess this is, in my next flight, load the flight plan in AS and see if I get the CTD. In case I dont, chances will be that it might be the cause and in any case I shall report back.
  11. Thank you, I shall do that as soon as I get the ASUpdater to work again, it is now frozen for some unknown reason.
  12. The three reports are the same for the three occurrences Description Faulting Application Path: C:\Program Files\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.exe Problem signature Problem Event Name: BEX64 Application Name: Prepar3D.exe Application Version: 4.5.14.34698 Application Timestamp: 5e94b5c2 Fault Module Name: ucrtbase.dll Fault Module Version: 10.0.19041.546 Fault Module Timestamp: 43cbc11d Exception Offset: 0000000000071218 Exception Code: c0000409 Exception Data: 0000000000000005 Version du système: 10.0.19042.2.0.0.768.101 Identificateur de paramètres régionaux: 4108 Additional Information 1: 633e Additional Information 2: 633e327d316d8df34212d71d9e24e504 Additional Information 3: e353 Additional Information 4: e3533f590204c3f7e1b8114ec36a214b Extra information about the problem Bucket ID: 4fbfca77373602f00808abe2cfcdf0a5 (1731823047361294501) Thank you.
  13. P3Dv4.5.3 version 1.0.1.0 Fuel calculated with Simbrief includes alternate and 45 minutes and are entered in the fuel loading tool (after rectifying quantities), then loaded through MCDU 3. Quantities thus loaded are correct, and first check on MCDU shows that extra 12 tons will be available at destination, which is correct. When climbing to my flight level, fuel quantity at destination is shown as -15 tons, When levelled at FL 360, fuel quantity at destination is shown as 11 tons. Hence fuel consumption during climb is taken as a constant for the calculation of the destination fuel. Thank you.
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