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Thread: P3S V4.5 not reaponsing?? WHAT DO I DO NOW!!

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    Default P3S V4.5 not reaponsing?? WHAT DO I DO NOW!!

    I've used P3D for some time with few issues. Having said that, I now have an issue I can't get around. Like most I assume, I have set up and saved several different flights based on the aircraft I choose, start location, etc. Typically when I'm doing a series of flights in a specific configuration I designate that flight name as the Default Flight. Then change to another when it's convenient.

    Starting yesterday when I fire up P3D it acts as though it is loading my current default flight. I see the various views' names coming up on my monitors, etc. But after a few minutes hanging with no visible changes it appears P3D gives up trying to load and it kicks me out of P3D altogether!!

    I feel confident if I could change the default flight, I could avoid this issue. Is there a way to change the default flight if the one I currently have designated never comes up?? Do I need to totally cancel out my P3D program and load again from scratch??

    I've looked at others' posting and not seen this issue raised. WHAT DO I DO NOW??
    i9-9900K CPU currently running 5gig + -
    Most of my scenery is from ORBX. I love my SCOTFLIGHT SCENERY!
    Being an old chopper guy I usually fly low and slow.

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    I advise to drop back at least 10 yards and punt! Is there a P3D.cfg with a situation= line in it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrzippy View Post
    I advise to drop back at least 10 yards and punt! Is there a P3D.cfg with a situation= line in it?
    If deleting P3d.cfg doesnt do it, delete the saved flight (.flt) file and reboot.

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    The file is actually called Prepar3D.cfg.....

    Jorgen

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