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2 months 1 day ago #661 by petben

Hello there,

I´ve som Informations about your 737 Packs. 737-300 Pack works fine in P3d v4.
737-400 and 737-500 are crashing. The Message is Aircraft Overstressed.

Thanx for the Great Packs and good Luck for the Future

Peter

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1 month 3 weeks ago #668 by macca22au

Yes, the authors will need to upgrade their downloads to be compatible with the 64bit architecture.

I hope those who have created the B737-800 series and the A320 series will upgrade their very excellent aircraft.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #670 by rikoooo

Hello,

As far as I know I have corrected this bug of crashing, it was just some values to changes in Aircraft.cfg. Are you talking about the 737 Classic avelaible from Rikooooo or from another website ? Before installing the pack from Rikooooo be sure to remove any other version.

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1 month 3 weeks ago #675 by zeke

I have same problem in p3d v4.
Install these packs into p3d v4,select any model,fly,then CTD.
pfd.xlm and eicas.xlm may cause this problem.
Could you please fix it?
Sory for my poor English.
Regards.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #684 by rikoooo

Hello,

I cannot reproduce this issue with my P3Dv4, I'm flying with the 737-500 autopilot on and everything seems to be fine.
Maybe you can explain me step by step how the issue happens.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #685 by zeke

Erik thank you for reply.

Solved. I edited B737-800.cab.
Use sdk eicas.xml and pfd.xml then start game and load airplane.

And insatall p3dv4 hotfix1,no need to edit....

Thank you.

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1 month 1 week ago #688 by rikoooo

Ok good to know, thanks for the feedback :)


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