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  1. Many Thanks, that got it. I needed the Hotfix; and to manually enter the ETOPS Diversionary Airports as you say. Cheers, Chris.
  2. I changed the ETOPS settings - attached is that page from the Aircraft Editor. (I added the scenario for ETOPS 330; and set it to a Max Div Time of 330 mins)
  3. There isn't a section for EDTO settings in the Aircraft Editor
  4. Hi there & thks, interestingly Under "advanced" I have an "ETOPS" section, but no "EDTO" section (attached below).
  5. Hey there Guys. When I import the PER files from the site above, they seem to have the wrong ETOPS settings. Editing the ETOPS profile in PFPX (i.e. removing ETOPS180 and adding ETOPS330) appears not to make a difference. Taking a sample route LHR to BOS, PFPX was unable to locate any ETP Airports and range rings remained at 180mins ETOPS. oh well. P.S. Super-realistic chaps would amend the Trent1000 ETOPS to 140mins in their current state.
  6. Hi @Terblanche I was about to suggest going through the bgl's in EDDF and turning them ".off" one-by-one to detect which are the ones have the most impact on VAS. Two points to add to my previous posting in another thread, regarding performance testing between this and the previous version of EDDF: Firstly, In this thread it was indicated that SimStarter was considered "mandatory" by AS when using their products. That's new to me. I'd expect this to be indicated formally and explicitly by Aerosoft - if it's what was mean't. Perhaps it should be offered bundled with those scenery packages? Secondly, VAS comparisons with default EDDF aren't as relevant as comparisons with earlier AS versions. Mathijs asked how it should be measured & that'd be my recommendation regarding establishment of non-functional (performance) requirements. With several recent releases encountering similar issues suggests to me that VAS usage isn't as tightly managed in new projects. Something seems to have changed, but what hasn't changed is the 4Gb limit in FSX and most common complex aircraft in use (Airbus, 737NG) have been around for a few years. It may be helpful to allow consumers to still obtain previous versions of recent releases if they find the new ones a problem.
  7. Hi there thanks, I've done some checking back through old files (I save notes from each order) and according to those I ordered German Airports 3 X on Sunday 2nd October 2011 from the Aerosoft Site, I can pm the order number to someone from Aerosoft, If they want it to check the status in the account. I tried registering German Airports 3 X 2012 using the original serial code, but it didn't accept it. So what now Aerosoft people? This seems to be dragging on a bit... Rgds, Chris
  8. Any feedback from the support fellows would be much appreciated here. Thanks Gents
  9. Hi there, I wonder if you can help, I saw that with the 2012 enhancement package for German Airports 3 was released and it seemed to say on the product page that I could download the update through the Support area in my account. I bought the software as a download last October (from Simmarket I think) and I registered the product in my Aerosoft account, but there only seems to be one update option showing under "German Airports 3 X" which says "Current DVD Version". Should I register for the GA3X 2012 version as well (even though I purchased the earlier version); or is the update only available for the DVD format? Great if you could let me know whether I am eligible for the 2012 update here and if I am, would you be able to help with what I should do to access it. Many Thanks, Chris.
  10. Thanks for the suggestion there, I d/l some new drivers this week and will give it a go. It only seems to ocurr if I power down the a/c or start from cold and dark. cheers, Chris
  11. Hi Shaun, sorry for the delay responding. I was doing the Flight Tutorial sequence line-by-line. When I did the lights check as per the procedure in 4.1 (Item 9) it looked fine. I did another lights check after completing 4.3 FMGS/MCDU Data Insertion and none of the overhead button lights illuminated in that second test. I guess I should next try a lights check between each item, although there doesn't seem anything relating to power systems in section 4.2 Kind Rgds, Chris. btw the a/c was the BA A320 IAE in daytime at (default) Toulouse.
  12. Hi there, I have noticed a nagging problem with AirbusX to do with the overhead switch lights breaking. I'm not 100% sure where in the startup sequence it occurs - If I start cold and datrk or switch off the engines, then start the batteries, start the apu, I see the blue apu lights, but later when I come to starting the engines I noticed that even through lights on switches on other panels (and all gauges) are OK, the overhead switches no longer illuminate - in either on or off positions, so I can't see which position they are in (which is quite irritating). I'd be immensely grateful if anyone can help with this. Many Thanks, Chris.
  13. Hi Sam, To back up what Shaun said, AI makes a big difference and with Heathrow in FSX, Gatwick AI traffic is in range, so it has to manage those as well (and possibly Luton traffic too). To check the effect of AI, reduce it to zero, then restart FSX. On the Aircraft issue, make sure you have aircraft shadows on ground disabled. It's a shame to have to do it, but it's because most AI use FS9 models and these don't play nice in FSX with shadows and custom ground polys. cheers, Chris.
  14. Hi there Gents. Bit of a long absence on this thread. After I finishing building the new machine, something was nagging me about the image quality, so I was fiddling with Bios settings (as you do) and noticed the Graphics was defaulted to "PCI"(!), so I changed to PCI-E x16 (approx) and 'bing' the picture sharpened nicely. Boot up time seemed slow and I figured this was to do with the rather tortuous upgrade path to Win 7. So dug into pocket for a full Win7 disk and reinstalled everything clean, so it's about as quick to boot as a friends i5 (welcome screen was 12 seconds, now it's 1-2) Having done that it was much better but FSX still seemed a tad short of what it could be. So just after Xmas I invested in a Velociraptor and a Corsair GT. Originally both OS and FSX partitions were on the same 1Tb drive, now the OS is on the Velociraptor; and FSX is on the SSD. I know the smart money says that SSDs don't affect fps, only load-up. But I'm sure there's something in there 'holding it back' (even with O/C to to 3.4Ghz) and moving from a single 1Tb to the WDV and SSD, I can't say that last step made a difference. But I don't know much about SSDs. Don't get me wrong, it's easily flyable (running FSX in XP compatibility mode, resolved the appcrashes I was originally getting). The most recent aspect I was juggling with was swapping-out all the AIA/TFS/DJC AI from FS9 to FSX models, but the dodgy lightmaps in FSX-native meant that after some experimentation I backtracked on that one. I'm mostly playing with the AirbusX these days, which seems to offer more 'european opportunities' to explore Aerosoft sceneries than the boeings. Cheers, Chris.
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