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Updated to HF2 and problems with 737, 777 and 747

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    Updated to HF2 and problems with 737, 777 and 747

    Hi,
    After P3DV5 updated to HF2, all the PMDG products I have (737/600-900, 744/748and 777/200/300 -waiting for the DC6-) have the same problem. When ready to taxi, the aircraft do not move when I move the trhust lever. The N1 show the spool up of the engines, but the aircraft do not move at all. The others aircraft I have (Aerosoft 320/330, Maddog X and Q400 of Majestic) work fine.

    I nedeed some help, I think that the situation is a particular problem but all the measures I made have no solved the problem. I know the logic of PMDG about P3D and mouvement on ramp.
    I made a reinstall of P3D Client and deleted all shaders, the fps are very good and all the features.

    Every idea or test is wellcome.
    Thank you in adavance
    Emilio Casalduero (Madrid, Spain)
    Emilio Casalduero

    #2
    Hola Emilio,

    there are a few things that come to my mind.

    first of all it could be that your addons have flat tires, for whatever reason, maybe due to a mishap during the update process. Check the failure features in the CDU for any active failures.

    if you use FSUIPC make sure you have the latest version and try to remove the FSUIPC.ini file from the FSUIPC folder in your P3Dv5 addons. It will rebuild and if it doesn‘t resolve the problem you can move the file back.
    i7-6700k, GTX 1080TI, 32GB DDR4 RAM @2666MHz, 4k
    Marc Ehnle

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      #3
      Thank you Mark, I try the two and answer to you.
      Emilio Casalduero
      Last edited by Emilio Casalduero; 20Jun2021, 16:42.
      Emilio Casalduero

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        #4
        Emilio, I know you signed your first post and that your name is in your forum username, but PMDG does require everyone to sign all their posts. Instructions on how to set up a signature can be found here, so you don't forget next time:

        https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...pdated-25feb19
        Captain Kevin

        Kevin Yang

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          #5
          Copy that Captain Kevin

          Emilio Casalduero
          Emilio Casalduero

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            #6
            Hi Marc, a few words,

            I worked with the two suggestions and the result is partially successful. I discovered, casually, what is possible recover the free movement, test made with the 737-600 on EGLC (ORBX), if in the tab addons enter on FSUIPC, only enter, and return to the sim; it is my test and work. Previous or After that, it is necessary to uncheck all the text (brakes, etc.) for fly without problems as other post in the forum said. I made a short flight EGLC-ELLX, three times, but no success on conclude the flights; CTD on different steps of the flight.

            So, for me P3D is over, and I begin the time for MSFS and the DC6 on MSFS.

            So, I close the incidence; I do not mind about the solution for P3D; I´m very tired. For me PMDG represent not only very good products, PMDG said to me the health of the sim the products run.

            I hope PMDG made a separate forum specific for MSFS and products inside.

            Thank you very much to al the team on P3D products and kind regards to the team for MSFS products.

            Emilio Casalduero
            Emilio Casalduero

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              #7
              Hi Marc,

              ... and do not forget that the PMDG 737, 747 and 777 when launch the sim are in the ramp with the chocs set...

              Emilio Casalduero
              Emilio Casalduero

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                #8
                Originally posted by Emilio Casalduero View Post
                ... and do not forget that the PMDG 737, 747 and 777 when launch the sim are in the ramp with the chocs set...
                It shouldn't be doing this by default. If you set another panel state as the start-up state, that's a different story. The default state has the engines running and fuel fully loaded.
                Captain Kevin

                Kevin Yang

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                  #9
                  Hi Captain Kevin,
                  My apologies if mi latest post leads to confusion about the states of the PMDG planes.

                  These last post is a joke about mi mistake, great mistake, when I was traying P3DV52 with the 737NGXu and, for take less time, I use a gate without finger and without the need of pussback, like the number 3 on EGLC; so, I prepared the FMC and all the need for make the flight EGLC-ELLX. I use GSX, and before pussback the procedure is remove the chocks and put the parking brakes until ground required them released. In the situation that I describe, I do not follow the procedure; I started the engines, APU off, packs on and, ready for taxi: of course the aircraft do not move due the fact that the chocks are set.

                  This is the story. And as I said, for me PMDG is the reference: if a change is made on the platform (P3D) I trust more on PMDG than on the platform.

                  And, in my system, the 737 NGXu, do not have a start-up or default state, the 777 and 747 have these states of FMC.

                  Than you,
                  Emilio Casalduero

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