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PMDG 737 Prepar3d -- Aircraft crashes on runway after it loads

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    PMDG 737 Prepar3d -- Aircraft crashes on runway after it loads

    p3d version: 4.5.11.29713
    simConnect Version 4.5.0.0

    - i have removed both applications.
    - i have disengaged the anti virus.
    - i have restarted the computer and installed p3d.
    - i have restarted the computer and installed PMDG.

    -i load the p3d
    -select 737
    - first time its ok.
    - i select scenario/reset
    - i select 737
    - after 20 seconds the aircraft crashes on the ground.

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    [QUOTE=liorsh2005;n10458]p3d version: 4.5.11.29713
    simConnect Version 4.5.0.0

    - i have removed both applications.
    - i have disengaged the anti virus.
    - i have restarted the computer and installed p3d.
    - i have restarted the computer and installed PMDG.

    -i load the p3d
    -select 737
    - first time its ok.
    - i select scenario/reset
    - i select 737
    - after 20 seconds the aircraft crashes on the ground.[/QUOTE

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

    regarding your issue you can’t reset a scenario and then select a PMDG plane again , you need to restart p3d from the beginning.

    Chris Makris (Olympic260)
    PMDG Technical Support
    http://www.pmdg.com

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    • DDowns
      DDowns commented
      Editing a comment
      The OP posted the identical thing in the LM forum and was given the same answer.

    #3
    If I'm understanding correctly, your vehicle is detecting an object collision when it initialises? I had a similar issue with gear sinking into the terrain and was caused by a bug in the sim where mesh resolution is set lower than 5m. Try changing that and turn off crash detection in the sim.
    Peter Webber

    Prepar3D v4 / Windows 10 Home Edition / CPU i7-7700K / MSI Z270 XPower Gaming Titanium / Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500GB / Corsair Vengeance DDR4 32GB 3000MHz / MSI Geforce GTX 1080Ti Gaming X

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      #4
      Turn off collision detection. Especially if you have any add on scenery. I have had the same problem on landing at some airports where I get a crash 15ft above the ground due to add on scenery. It's a known problem in FSX and P3D. You know when you bone it anyway.
      Charles Harris
      KRTS The Valley of Speed
      Former Chief plane wax and taper Grace 8

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