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    Touchdown Lag Spike

    Hi

    I’m new to the forums so forgive me if this has been asked before.

    Basically, as the title states, I am getting a split second touchdown lag spike on EVERY touchdown when fully configured. Flying the NGX 737 and now it does the same with the NGXu. I have experimented with not arming the speedbrake and autobrake and it lands smoothly but when I engage reverse thrust and the spoeedbrake engages, the lag spike happens again. So it must be a sound issue?

    I have only enabled the Realtek audio device and disabled the Nvidia audios.

    I’m running P3DV4.5 on a 4.1GHz CPU, 8GB Ram and GeForce 1060 6GB GPU.

    Thanks for any feedback/ideas?

    P.S. I have occasionally switched to the wingview on touchdown and there is no lag. So has to be sound.

    Zac Magner
    Last edited by Zacco1389; 15Nov2019, 20:18.

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    First, PMDG requires you to sign your posts with your first and last name, which you agreed to when you created an account here. Instructions on how to do so can be found here:

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

    In the FMC, go to setup, sound, and pre-load the sounds, either to selective or all. I personally have it pre-load all sounds.
    Captain Kevin

    Kevin Yang

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    • DrJ1
      DrJ1 commented
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      Beat me to it Kevin

    • Zacco1389
      Zacco1389 commented
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      Hi Kevin, Thanks so much. It worked in the NGXu, but I can't seem to find the option in the NGX? (If there is)

      Zac Magner

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    I think there is an option to preload all sounds. Turning that on should help. Sorry I don't recall where the option is and I am not at my computer
    Michael Sill

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      #4
      Edit: Signed the end of the post.

      Thanks Kevin and Michael, I shall try that and report back

      Zac Magner
      Last edited by Zacco1389; 15Nov2019, 20:39.

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