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    Hi guys,
    I just reinstalled P3D V4 last night, with addons and PMDG NGXU. Today I'm trying to open OC V2, but I keep getting a message that the PMDG server can't be reached, meaning that nothing can be done from the OC.
    Anybody else has this issue? It's basically saying that there's no internet connection.
    Thanks
    Last edited by Ricsim; 21Jan2020, 00:58.
    Richard Simoneau

    #2
    Originally posted by Ricsim View Post
    Hi guys,
    I just reinstalled P3D V4 last night, with addons and PMDG NGXU. Today I'm trying to open OC V2, but I keep getting a message that the PMDG server can't be reached, meaning that nothing can be done from the OC.
    Anybody else has this issue? It's basically saying that there's no internet connection.
    Thanks
    You can try to run it as admin and disable temporarily your AV.If this doesn’t help put in a support ticket at support.precisionmanuals.com
    But internet connection or your isp has nothing to do with pmdg.Thats on your side,you can try to use wifi from you phone or tablet.
    Last edited by Ausflight; 21Jan2020, 05:52.
    Danny Z.Cebis

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      #3
      Hi guys

      i have the same problem. Even when I open as administrator.
      please help.


      CaptBart

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        #4
        https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...important-info


        Did you do this?

        VERY Important Installation Note #1:
        Earlier today we did some security updates that inadvertently caused a problem with Operations Center being able to call home. We have updated the Operations Center, and YOU WILL NEED TO DO THE FOLLOWING:

        1) Navigate to this directory: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\PMDG\PMDG Operations Center
        2) Double click on OpsCenterUpdater.exe

        This will pull the latest update from our system and get you the very latest Operations Center, returning you to full operation.
        Michael Sill

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        • christopher.shaw2309
          christopher.shaw2309 commented
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          Thanks Michael I followed these steps and now all fixed, thank you very much!

        #5
        Same issue here. I've followed the steps in post #4.
        Aaron Ortega

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          #6
          Same here, running in Admin even on safe mode without AV the PMDG server can't be reached. Not even able to check for ops center udate.

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            #7
            the method in #4 worked for me after having the same problem
            Jason Dilley

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              #8
              not working for me, hasn't been for weeks now. Did options in post 4 and AV is turned off.
              Steven Destazio
              Windows 10 ~ P3Dv4/V5 ~ AMD Ryzen 7 3700X ~ MSI MPG X570 Gaming Edge WiFi ~ 32GB RAM ~ Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080Ti ~ Lots of SSD space ~ Proud owner of PMDG 737NGX, 737NGXu, 777-200, 747-400, 747-8

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                #9
                Originally posted by DVA12924 View Post
                not working for me, hasn't been for weeks now. Did options in post 4 and AV is turned off.
                Might want to open a support ticket with PMDG at this time then. They will be able to get you sorted.

                https://support.precisionmanuals.com/Main/
                Michael Sill

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