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  1. That was it. I went into Norton and paused the auto-protect feature and the plane installed. Now to test the conflict between the plane and AFC Bridge again now that I have a fresh installation.
  2. I suspected it was an Administrator rights issue, but as you can see, I am logged in with Administrator rights. I have also selected "Run this program as an administrator" on the installer.
  3. I purchased the CRJ on launch day, and flew several flights before the update. Once the update launched, I updated using the ASUpdater file, but haven't attempted a flight until tonight. When I attempted a flight tonight, I got CTD when I clicked on the World Map, every single time. I removed everything but the CRJ from the Community folder to confirm that the CRJ was causing the issue. It appears to have been related to the AFC Bridge for the Honeycomb, as I got an error (SimConnect failed to call dispatch) every time. At this point, I thought it would be best to just attempt to reinstall the entire CRJ just to confirm the installation was good. This is when things went from bad to worse. Launching the new exe file will not complete the installation process. I've attached a screenshot of the error message I'm getting when attempting a new installation.
  4. Glad I found this thread. I just had this issue myself on descent and could not figure out why it leveled off and stopped descending. I do not pause the sim, but I do use the Honeycomb Bravo. I don't use any of the AP buttons on the Bravo, but instead push the buttons in-cockpit with the mouse. I noticed when it was holding altitude instead of descending that the ALT button was illuminated on the Bravo instead of the VS button. I don't know whether that has anything to do with it or not, but I'll be taking the above advice and just unmapping everything up there for the time being.
  5. I dabbled in flight sim a bit the past 20 years, and I mean a very small bit. Then MSFS came out and I've since flown over 500 hours in the sim...so I'm pretty much brand new as of this past summer. Learning these complex planes can be done. It's really not that bad really, assuming you've been flying the Working Title CJ4 and the FBW 320, you should have a firm grasp on flight planning and AP, setting up for takeoff, descent, etc. Aerosoft was good enough to not only provide literally hundreds of pages of documentation, but a full tutorial series, which I've watched in full twice. It's really not that difficult, though a busy descent can be challenging. If you're the least bit interested in the aircraft, there is a wealth of information out there to help you learn it, and learning it is so rewarding. If you're not interested enough to do that, then I have to ask why did you buy it?
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