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About adrianzowe

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  1. I used to get this error message when I formatted my PC and I fixed it by installing every Visual C++ Redistributable packages.
  2. Hi Dave! Yes, I was using NVIDIA Inspector to change AA when I posted. I followed your advise and turned to default the AA settings on Inspector. Airplane is performing now without stutters, but it's noticeable a frame rate drop comparing to V1.005. How can it make such an impact in V1010 when in 1005 was performing flawless even with Nvidia Inspector Antialiasing custom settings? Anyway, I can live with it Thanks, Adrián
  3. I’m also experiencing this stutters on FSX:SE. V1005c was good at performance, this new version is going from 100FPS down to 20, back again to 100 and again down...
  4. The same problem here on FSX:SE. LNAV is not following the correct route. Departing from LEMH, EPAMA1C departure, and aircraft is going right when it should go left to follow the 9NM dme arc. Also FD goes into a very weird attitude
  5. Hi Björn, Yep, I see... Well, there is not problem, it's the price I have to pay for flying this aweosme bus (I don't know if this sentence is well said ) I'll continue flying the A300 even without a real WX engine hahaha. Thank you for your support Björn! Cheers, Adrián
  6. Hi Bjorn, It flies perfect without Active Sky. Just smooth as it should fly. The question is in the air ... Will be a fix or something like that to be able to fly with these weather engines without problems? Thanks for your great support Cheers, Adrián
  7. Yes, of course. I will give it a try and I'll tell you if that solves the issue Cheers, Adrián
  8. Hi Bjorn, thanks for your quick answer. Yes, I have REX installed, but only textures. The REX weather engine is deactivated, and I use Active Sky Evolution. Cheers, Adrián
  9. I'm just on the clouds

  10. Hi guys, Well, I installed a few days ago the SP2b, wich I downloaded from the "Updates" section on the web. I started the simulator, and loaded the flight with the Airbus. I took-off, and everything was fine... until I switched on the auto throttle. I set 220knots on the MCP, and the plane just accelerated until 260, and then, speed fell to 180, and then to 230... and finally on 220. Then, when the airplane wants, he just goes crazy and decelerates, or accelerates "at his own discretion". That's a bit annoying because I can't maintain very well a speed, and things comes worse when trying to maintain a speed flying online, within a controlled airspace. Is this problem something common on the SP2b, or is it just on my PC? Thanks for your great support Cheers, Adrián
  11. Cleared to land 33L...

  12. Well, I have made all you said. I checked the FSUIPC.log, and all you said is done. I opened the FSUIPC.ini and the SimConnectStallTime was on 2. I wrote 3 and i saved. I launched FSX... and it still doesn't working properly.... I don't know what more can I do... definetly my Sim Check is very crazy... I also have to say that, the pitch sometimes goes crazy. For example, if i set on the vertical speed 3000 fpm when taking off, after 10 seconds in the air, it goes to 7000 fpm, and i have to disengaged the A/P Regards, Adrian.
  13. Ok, I will try it, and I will tell you in a few minutes if it works Thank you so much! Regards, Adrian
  14. There is the problem If you don't see anything due to the quality of the video, tell me Regards, Adrian
  15. This is what I have on FSUIPC4.log about SimConnect: I will upload you a video at Youtube. Give me a few seconds Regards, Adrian
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