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747 PMDG incompatibility

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Hi Peter,

Just to inform, I have the 747 pmdg on a P4D and with the latest 5.123b/c it does crash after terrain loading going back to 5122 works fine.

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16 minutes ago, simbio said:

Just to inform, I have the 747 pmdg on a P4D and with the latest 5.123b/c it does crash after terrain loading

Then it is nothing to do with PMDG 747 as terrain is loaded before any aircraft.

There's no point in posting something like this without any real information -- logs, Windows crash details.

Pete

 

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Fabrizio--you should run PMDG Operations Center, as PMDG released an update for the 747 in P3D v4.2 that deals with the CTD issue at startup.

Regards

Bob Scott

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On 20/2/2018 at 10:10 PM, airforce2 said:

Fabrizio--you should run PMDG Operations Center, as PMDG released an update for the 747 in P3D v4.2 that deals with the CTD issue at startup.

Regards

Bob Scott

Thank's

I did but need to stick with 5.122 If I want to fly with the 747.

LM put something in the code before release 4.2 as PMDG didn't have any trouble in RC but with the RTM things change.

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Just for info, The problem of the CTD with the PMDG 747 is caused by LUA script and LINDA.

If you disable, them works fine.

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