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  1. Ok, I 'd like to chime in here. This is one of the cases where the AS CRJ does not behave like the real aircraft. As you can see in the first video of a CRJ 900 (in this regard not different to the CRJ 700), which was recorded before takeoff, there is no increase in engine RPM on ground - not even with both WING and COWL A/I ON. There is a slight rise in ITT, but the RPM remains in (after landing: reverts to) ground idle, which on some aircraft can trigger a L/R WING A/I caution message, indicating an underheat condition. This is acceptable on ground since WING A/I is switched ON not until line-up clearance and switched OFF shortly after leaving the runway. BTW: In the video you can also see, that the use of anti-ice always cancels a previously entered FLEX thrust, which does not happen on the AS CRJ. Anti-ice in flight is a different story. The second video shows what happens when WING and COWL A/I is switched ON in idle descent. While COWL A/I alone has almost no (if any) effect on performance, the use of WING A/I causes FADEC to raise the engine idle RPM automatically to ensure that the airpressure in the pneumatic duct is sufficient for effective wing anti-icing. This results in a considerable increase of engine thrust, that must be taken into account for descent planning. During climb it's the other way around: Using WING A/I causes a significant loss in climb performance, which can negatively affect the ability to meet altitude restrictions etc. That's why it is permissible to switch WING A/I to OFF with no ICE message and airspeed > 230 kts. Long story short: In the real aircraft WING A/I is the main culprit for de-/increased engine thrust in flight - on ground there is no such effect. So, this subject (including FLEX thrust) needs to be reworked by AS. CRJ 900 ANTI-ICE GROUND.mp4 CRJ900 ANTI-ICE FLIGHT.mp4
  2. Hast Du zufällig onboard Sound von Realtek? Die Treiber machen wohl öfter mal Probleme. Schau mal im Taskmanager unter Prozesse nach "FMAPP Application". Falls zutreffend, den Prozess einmal beenden (Taste "Entf") und dann die In-Game Performance prüfen. Ansonsten könntest Du im Taskmanager unter Leistung schauen, wie stark die Systemauslastung bei Mausbewegung ansteigt. Noch einmal der Vorschlag aus meinem ersten Post, in den Windows Safe Mode zu booten, weil damit nur die allernötigsten Treiber geladen werden. Falls möglich, dort ein betroffenes Spiel starten oder zumindest im Taskmanager schauen, ob sich die Systemauslastung bei Mausbewegung im Vergleich zu oben verringert hat.
  3. Und das ganz sicher auch? Manchmal sind es ganz fiese Kleinigkeiten ...
  4. Moin. Den Wechsel auf einen anderen und/oder langsameren USB-Port hast Du auch schon probiert? Nach meiner Erfahrung ist USB 3.X nicht zwingend abwärtskompatibel. Unter Berücksichtigung Deines bisherigen Troubleshootings würde mir noch das Booten in den Safe Mode einfallen, um ein Problem mit 3rd-party Software auszuschließen. Letzter Ausweg ist dann immer nur eine Neuinstallation.
  5. This is a wrong forum section for your problem. Please click on the following link: Hauptseite > Flight Simulation Support > Microsoft Flight Simulator > English > Aircraft > Aerosoft CRJ > Controllers, thrust levers, hardware panels You will find that there are many threads concerning this subject.
  6. You are posting in a forum section with no support. Please go to Manual Flight, Autoflight and Flight Management
  7. Hallihallo, dies ist der falsche Forenbreich für Dein Problem. Mit Klick auf den nachfolgenden Link bist Du richtig: Hauptseite > Flight Simulation Support > Microsoft Flight Simulator > English > Aircraft > Aerosoft CRJ > Controllers, thrust levers, hardware panels
  8. I had the same issue. As far as I can remember the strobe and the beacon lights were always on. I could solve this by deleting the default bindings in the profile of my Alpha Yoke.
  9. Most likely there is a problem with the bindings of your controller(s). There are numerous threads concerning this matter in the section Controllers, thrust levers, hardware panels. Please have a look there.
  10. FLX Temp only affects TO thrust. After you have entered a valid temperature, the N1 thrust indications on the EICAS are displayed in magenta and the target thrust changes from "TO" to "FLX". When you advance the thrust levers to the TO detent the FLX reduction is automatically applied.
  11. Only one FMS can change an active flight plan at any time. If one FMS already has a MOD FPLN in progress, any attempt to edit or change the active flight plan from the other FMS shows the "XSIDE EDIT IN PROGRESS" message on the CDU scratchpad line. To get rid of this message you need to either EXECute your last input or CANCEL MODification (LSK 6L) on the associated CDU. If that does not work, you have found a bug ...
  12. You can enter ILS frequencies manually via the RADIO page of the FMS. However, a DME in hold can only be set via the RTU. The ILS course can only be changed on the Flight Control Panel with NAV source VOR (green needles).
  13. This switch disables tuning of the RTUs via the FMS. Frequencies can no longer be changed using the FMS RADIO page.
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