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PMDG Aircraft Freeze between longitudes W25 to W90 (Approx)

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    PMDG Aircraft Freeze between longitudes W25 to W90 (Approx)

    Hi All,

    I'm running FSX on Windows, using FS16 Weather and have the PMDG 737, 747-400, 777, DC6, MD11 and Jetstream.

    Recently I have had a hard fault where any flight that enters the area of Longitudes W25 through to W90, the aircraft listed about freeze in flight.. The simulation continues as normal, however A/P, FMS, Yoke, Throttle control stop working. All Avionics seem to continue to operate and display current information however since all functions of control stop, theres nothing I can do.

    Some aircraft react differently in the same situation, and sometimes do exactlty the same thing. For instance, If I start the simulation at an airport on the US east coast, the aircraft will remain in the position in loaded and I have no control or functions, this is for all aircraft. If I fly the MD11 from Europe to the US, the aircraft will make it to the W25 longitude and then all control and function freezes inclduing all engines shutting down (Nil CG or fuel issues present). The Boeings and DC6 will remain with engines running, however I loose control and functions with in the area stated. In the case of the 777, it starts a long right desending turn untill it kisses the earth.

    Please let me know if any one else has had this issue, I would like to know your thoughts. I haven't installed or changed anything recently.. so I'm fairly stuck on what the cause might be.

    Thank you,
    Ryan!

    #2
    Ryan, PMDG requires you to sign your posts with your first and last name, which you agreed to when you created an account here. I'm assuming your forum username is it, but PMDG still requires this. You can set up a signature to avoid forgetting by following the instructions here:

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

    I've never heard of FS16 weather, but just for giggles, what happens when you fly the flight without using said weather engine. Also, what latitude are you at when this happens. You only gave a longitude range, which can be quite a far distance.
    Captain Kevin

    Kevin Yang

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      #3
      Hi Kevin Yang,

      Thank you for the reminder...

      I meant AS16, The fault remains regardless of whether the program is running or not. As for the Lat Lon, the issue is present through all latitudes in the longitude range that I metnioned.

      Appriciate your giggles.

      Thanks,
      Ryan Almeida.

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        #4
        I've been to similar issue with Realturb Europe or RealVolMet.
        Ross Emanuel

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          #5
          I guess with "the aircraft freezes" you actually mean that nothing moves anymore in the cockpit and not that you're picking up ice, is that correct?

          If so I'd recommend to open a support ticket, I do vague recall there was a known issue with possible workarounds available from my times in FSX but those are many years back. Maybe PMDG still recalls something.

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