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  1. Strating yesterday I am not able to start up P3D via SimStarterNG. I am getting an error as below. Note that in settings that path looks OK, as shown on a second screen. Thanks! &
  2. Hehe, The thing is that Aerosoft Airbus is more FUN , so going for FSL solution would not help Another catch is that real world pilots do not have to balance visual aids and computing power. So - I too suspect that using my iPad instead of EFB would give me several frames per every second. &
  3. Hmmm... Since I work in IT industry I cannot resist to ask bitter question - if you are aware of this issue why it still persists in installer of piece of software priced above 60 EUR? &
  4. Yes, I know there are some threads on that but none of solution worked for me. At least I could not find the one relevant. Here is my story... I just installed A320/321 Pro (A320). There was no Livery Manager (LiMan), only an empty link in the Start menu. I had my Windows Defender and Windows Ransomware Protection turned off. Then I started P3D and then checked again. Then restarted my PC. Then removed A320, restarted PC again and installed A320 from scratch. No luck. Please check below some screenshots with comments: When I am trying to install A320 Professional, installation wizard shows below settings. What looks suspicious os the path C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\PREPAR3D v4\dll.xml as it is not correct and I have no way to change it. May be this results in 'A3xx Livery Manager' and 'A3xx Recorder Manager' not installed. Only links in Start menu are created. When I do search for that application via Windows Searcg - actual A3xx Livery Manager does not show up at all. What other artifacts you may need to investigate? Thanks in advance, &
  5. So, on A320 flying I can recommend the following: https://www.amazon.com/Airbus-A320-pilot-handbook-techniques/dp/146095551X/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=mike+ray+a320&qid=1589557841&s=books&sr=1-2 Lot of fun and knowledge. There is more by Mike Ray and most of the stuff from this guy is worth money. However - either paper or iPad. On kindle it's waste of money due to book format and overall concept. In other words - google Mike Ray A320. Anything from that guy is super useful in flightsimming the A320. There are several great books written by him. I have even seen his books in Crew Outfitters store at CVG, which is a place for real world pilots rather than us And instead of "You have control" get "I have control": https://www.amazon.com/Have-Control-changing-airliner-technology/dp/1785003976 This one however will not teach you handling of an Airbus but rather will give you broader picture. Stay healthy, &
  6. I hope you do not mind if I ask the question I ask for each of your aircrafts. If my system handles CRJ7/9 well, will it handle A320/321 or the latter is significantly heavier on resources than CRJ (I mean classic and not CRJ Pro)? On paper it looks fine: ASUS FX503VD-E4082T Intel Core i5-7300HQ - 16 GB RAM - GTX1050 3GB (mobile) - Win10, but you never know. I know already that CRJ Pro is heavier than CRJ7/9, now I am contemplating A320/321. Thanks, &
  7. I hope you do not mind if I ask the following question. I am considering 'upgarding' my CRJ to PRO. I am running P3D 4.5 with everything ORBX and ActiveSky. I have a laptop - ASUS FX503 with i5 7300 @2,5 GHz, GTX1050 3 GB and 8 GB RAM. The CRJ X runs fine at abour 25 fps with reasonable settings. Will CRJ Pro run the same or it is indeed significantly more resource hungry? I have read that statement that laptops are not recommended. What I am asking however is what performance degradation I can expect? 20%? I am fine with moving sliders left if needed to some extent. Any thoughts?
  8. You'll gona get huge customer's base in Poland for Tatry-Poprad, I promise &
  9. I do have exactly this with 3GB graphics card. P3D 4.5 + ORBX everything and Aerosoft's CRJ on regional ORBX airport has like 15 fps in "medium-low" settings. On default airport 20 fps (SOMETIMES), on Drzewiecki's scenery - 10 fps. AS Twin Otter Extended in same places - 5 fps more than CRJ. Honestly - I would rather spend same money on PC rather than this ASUS if you want flightsimming. For most other videogames - it's pretty cool, 30+ fps on Overwatch, Battlefield 1, Apex Legends, Assassin's Creed Unity, you name it, &
  10. I wonder if the Flight Recorder is 'global issue'? I have Twin Otter and CRJ and neither have working Flight Recorder. Actually I hit start button but afterwards no file is generated in the folder. Is this the same piece of software as Airbus has? Thanks, &
  11. This is FANTASTIC!!! Great work I would add one excellent link to the list BTW: Oh, and do not forget to google for Mesaba CRJ manual. &
  12. @Emanuel HagenOut of curiosity - I know it is old and I know it is a bit off-topic: You would not set the parking brake on a runway and you can fail check for this, but SOP says you are supposed to set parking brake. Maybe it is just me, but - is your line failing checks for following SOP? I do not want to sound offensive, but just clarify RW procedure Andrzej
  13. Thanks for quick help, appreciated. Let's go shopping and flying then! Andrzej
  14. Hi, I wanted to clarify one thing before buying (tx for lowering the price BTW): If I buy the CRJ, will it contain installers for both FSX:SE and P3D 4.3? I understand that you are done with dev for FSX, but I am not ready to switch just now. I am however buying only 'dual-compatible' addons right now to prepare for Prepar3D Thanks in advance Andrzej
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