No, it will not.
Type: Posts; User: JSkorna
No, it will not.
No, but if you use Sim Starter you can set up multiple settings profiles and SS will start whatever programs and FSX you wish with one click of the mouse.
Complete coverage of North America (United States, Canada, and Alaska).
Enhanced textures to assist in rendering clear visuals as low as 250-500 ft.
High volume autogen layout with...
No, that is not correct.
If you call the 1-800 number it issues you another temp. key.
No, it means you have bits and pieces of your old installation still on your computer.
LOL I was that person on Shoutbox, LOL and I even explained why it happens, LOL. AI planes CANNOT adjust their barameters when the barometric pressure changes off of 29.92, LOL.
Alt/Enter to change modes and Alt/Enter to change back.
Then you still have FS9 formatted AI plans installed and not converted.
You should just get Active Sky Next and be done with this.
Hide the Windows Task bar and see what happens.
It was probably in FS2004 format and that disabled the FSX traffic. A quick conversion would have taken care of things.
Parking spots are checked when an AI plane lands not when the flight begins.
No, it is with FS, especially FS2004. LOD takes care of FSX.
1. Back up any needed files.
2. Format your hard drive.
3. Install Windows 7, either you have a copy or you need to purchase a copy.
4. Reinstall everything.
That is a Visual Studio file from Microsoft.
Pretty sure there are freeware winter water textures you can use. You cannot land on the ice though.
That will be a waste of time and money. You need to upgrade your CPU if you want an increase in FSX performance.
See if there is an updated AFCAD for that scenery. The scenery has shifted where the parking spots are located and your AI are using the old FSX locations.
Move to GMT time and see what happens.
Better yet would be to use the paid version of FSUIPC.
That is the worst possible way to calibrate things.
On the FSX.cfg file right mouse click on the file, go to Open with.......... and choose Notepad. Check the Always Use the selected program to open this type of file box. Click OK.