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  1. Manually copy the texture folder to the Aerosoft A321 CFM Professional folder Open the readme.txt file and copy the contents to the aircraft.cfg, increment the Fltsim number In the aircraft.cfg file Change the model entry to EXTCFMShark and the ui_type to A321-211 CFM SHARK Copy the texture.cfg file from one of the supplied aircraft texture folders to the Texture.VBPAY folder enjoy Scott.
  2. So it looks like the update doesn't preserve the default panel state and in fact leaves the aircraft in an inconsistent state that causes a CTD. By resetting the default I was able to clear the problem.
  3. Interesting. I just uninstalled and started a re-installation, the prompted path is "d:\p3d addons" which is a folder that I use to install scenery and other addons , I have PANC and EDDF from Aerosoft installed there, it is on the same drive as P3D but outside of its folder structure. Lockheed Martin PREPAR3D V4.x D:\p3dv4\ A318-A319 Professional D:\p3d addons\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional Aerosoft Updater C:\Users\Scott\Documents\Aerosoft\ASUpdater ApplicationData User (config files): C:\Users\Scott\Documents Operatingssystem: 6.3 Windows-Font folder: C:\Windows\Fonts\ Replace fonts Using Windows 8 or higher shortcuts/APPS
  4. I have nothing in the P3D\simobjects folder, I do have a folder, Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional, in the root of the P3D folder, within this is a simobjects folder with all the aircraft related files/folders - that's how it was installed
  5. Ok, restored the following directories/folders from a recent backup Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional in my P3Dv4 folder on my D: drive Aerosoft in Documents on C: drive And I'm now into the the checklists with no CTD having followed the same sequence as above It would appear, in my case, that something in the latest update broke it.
  6. I seem to be able to reproduce a CTD when entering data into the MCDU. There are 2 errors recorded in the Application Log, the first is Application: Prepar3D.exe Framework Version: v4.0.30319 Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception. Exception Info: exception code c0000005, exception address 00007FFC6FCA6BF2 and the second, 3 seconds later Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 4.3.29.25520, time stamp: 0x5b2c3263 Faulting module name: FMGS.dll, version: 2.64.0.44, time stamp: 0x5b7e6165 Exception code: 0xc0000005 Fault offset: 0x0000000000026bf2 Faulting process id: 0x219c Faulting application start time: 0x01d43e7004549e35 Faulting application path: D:\p3dv4\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: D:\p3dv4\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional\SimObjects\Airplanes\Aerosoft A318-A319 Professional Base\Panel_Fallback\DLLs\FMGS.dll Report Id: b81dde92-4ea7-428e-b388-7b749ca62458 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: Sequence of events is I ran the updater before loading P3D and updated to version 1.1.0.1 Downloaded and installed EasyJet G_EZIW.zip from the Aerosoft website - the version updated for Professional Created a flightplan in SimBrief and exported [CoRte] ArptDep=EHAM ArptArr=EGKK RwyDep=EHAM36L RwyArr=EGKK26L SID=GORL3V STAR=TIMB1J SID_Trans=GORLO Airway1=UL980 Airway1FROM=GORLO Airway1TO=REFSO DctWpt2=ERING DctWpt2Coordinates=51.590681,1.611944 Loaded the aircraft at EHAM gate H4 (Default State is Cold and Dark), Shift-2 to bring up the MCDU, undock and move to second screen then Shift-4 to bring up the options MCDU, undock and move to 2nd screen. Selected LOAD/FUEL, clicked on Loadsheet and noticed that only the INSTANT option was available, the others were greyed out. Selected INSTANT. Selected GROUND CONNECTIONS and set chocks, external power on Went to overhead, clicked on external power and then started the APU Loaded the flight and completed both INIT pages with no problem Usually at this stage I lose sound and the cursor changes to a spinning circle and eventually the CTD happens This is the first time that I have had an error with this product, so I am guessing that something in the update didn't work properly - can I go back a version? Specs are Windows 10 x64, GTX970, i7 4790K, 16GB RAM, P3Dv4.3 on an SSD by itself. Thanks Scott
  7. Thanks Mathijs, I thought I had tried that but will check again
  8. Is there a way to control the lighting on the 2D MCDUs? I have the 1st and 3rd on a second monitor but when flying at night I can't seem to illuminate them, the 3D versions are fine. Can anyone shine a light (ok sorry) on how to do this? Scott
  9. hmmm, I think I had engine 4 that wasn't changing.....
  10. Thanks Michael, I did install the XML tools, I do use a CH Yoke that has the mixture axis assigned, I wonder if this is causing an issues, not that I am using it though... Sadly it is Monday here so I will have to wait until the weekend before I can make another attempt
  11. Is it possible for more detail of the fuel management required to be included in the tutorial, or perhaps form part of another tutorial? I have followed the tutorial as closely as possible and still seem to be having fuel management issues - mainly tank 1 main running out before the others.
  12. Still not sure if I am managing the fuel correctly but I'm still in the air! Would be nice to have a 2D fuel panel to keep active on a second monitor
  13. I agree, especially with the fuel management component. There's already one aircraft in the Pacific due to my misreading of the fuel processes Oh and you're not a dummy Eduard, remember that this aircraft requires 3 people to fly it properly.
  14. And how does one restart from a flameout? Assuming of course that it was the result of mis-configured fuel pumps.
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