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Richard McDonald Woods

Updating PFPX v2.03 to current navdata?

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I have forgotten how to get PFPX to use my current Navigraph navdata. I have Navigraph cycle 1906 installed but PFPX is only using the default 1607.

How do I get PFPX to use my current navdata?

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The FMS Data Manager path should be C:\Users\Public\Documents\PFPX Data\NavData

 

If using the manual installer it should use C:\Users\Public\Documents\PFPX Data

 

Should for some reason it fails to install backup/delete the content of the navdata folder, install the airac followed by the RAD Restrictions and Directs file available from the download section here

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Hi Stephen,

Thanks for your prompt reply.

Having deleted the contents of the C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\PFPX Data\NavData\NavData folder (cycle_info.txt and navdata.nav) and rerun the Airac update and confirmed that cycle_info.txt is for cycle 1906 version 1, a restart of PFPX still shows Configuration>Database settings as 1607.

What am I failing to do?

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The install path is incorrect Richard it is going one navdata folder too deep \PFPX Data\NavData\NavData

 

Which install method are you using ?

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My mistake Richard the Data Manager should also use C:\Users\Public\Documents\PFPX Data

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I use the Update option in Navigraph to update the PFPX data.

I now have the many files, including the cycle_info.txt (containing entry for cycle 1906), in C:\Users\Public\Public Documents\PFPX Data\NavData, yet PFPX still gives the database as 1607. I cannot find a way to 'steer' where it is to get its navdata data from. I cannot find any other instance of a cycle_info.txt file.

I am happy for you to use a TeamViewer session if that would help.

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