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Posted: Sun Mar 30, 2008 6:59 pm
by ALZ150

I have a problem with the 747 PMDG. It is the version for FSX. Normally it fly without problems, but when I connect FLYNET inmediately I have problem with bleed motors, impossible to connect A/T, insufficient fuel (I put a lot of gas). If I disconnect Flynet, everything is opereting again
I have tried to refuel in the three modes. No thing. Always the same problem.
Can anybody help me?
Thanks a lot for your responses

Posted: Tue Apr 01, 2008 12:36 pm
by ALZ150
No answer in this post.
I suppose that anybody know the answer
Meanwhile, I should wait and don¡t fly in flynet with that plane

Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 4:49 pm
by ALZ150
One question
Is it de 747 PMDG for FSX compatible with Flynet?

Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 7:25 pm
by Redhmt
This is no help tou you but I thought I would post to say that it is not just you, the same happens to me when I use my PMDG 747. No idea what is causing it so just stopped using flynet when I use my 747.


Re: 747 PMDG Y FSX

Posted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 4:56 pm
by NFY405
The same problem happen to me. I have contacted with PMDG support web, and they say to me that this trouble is from FlyNet.

I don´t know what can i do, but only I can`t fly my 744.

Best regards.

- Jesus Maine - FC.

Re: 747 PMDG Y FSX

Posted: Sat Jun 07, 2008 5:05 am
by alasizon
From Justin's Stickied post:
Currently Supported (IE: Tested as Functional) Payware

A319, A320, A321, A300, A332, A333, A342, A343, A345, A346, A380
B737,B738, B739, B763, B763, B772, B773
Note: On aircraft where door function is controlled by water rudder (ex: 738) The client will read a touchdown to early (due to contact points for WR being lower than wheels. Simple fix, add // in front of the water rudder values in the contact points in the aircrafts .cfg file)

Wilco PIC


PSS B777-300ER/B777-200LR/B777-200LRF tested, fully functional
note: fuel system works correctly with the outboards constantly topping up the inboards after the center is empty, fuel is placed in the tanks correctly

Captain Sim
C130 hercules


B747-200b/200F/200SF Note: does not fill emergency reserve tanks (6k)unless main tanks full but otherwise works.

PMDG B747-400 is non-functional at this time. We are working on adding support for it.

Re: 747 PMDG Y FSX

Posted: Mon Jul 07, 2008 11:15 pm
by Lenair CEO

We are speaking here of the B747-400 for FSX, and so far I now is not working with flyNET. But what is with FS9? Isn't working too?

Re: 747 PMDG Y FSX

Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 1:46 am
by CAPFlyer
Neither version works with FlyNET. This is due to PMDG's "custom" programming that does not comply with either the FS9 or FSX Software Development Kit. PMDG says they do it to make it "more real", but it is the cause of problems with more than just FlyNET which relies on FS reporting certain items to it for it to work properly. The PMDG programming prevents FS from reporting those variables correctly.

Re: 747 PMDG Y FSX

Posted: Tue Jul 08, 2008 1:58 am
by Lenair CEO
What a pity, it's bad news for us who planned to add the 747 to our fleet :( :shock: :cry:

Re: 747 PMDG Y FSX

Posted: Tue Jul 22, 2008 10:43 am
by Jos Gielen
Just to make sure: is this the problem that during takeoff the A/T disconnects and reports low rpm on engines 1 and 4.
I have that only when heavy, when low on fuel, say less than 50 tonnes there's no problem at all, when heavy I use manual throttle, just keep N1 a little below suggested and you're fine, you just take up a little more runway. (which was allmost a problem departing from tncm last sunday :? , very scary departure, cleared the mountains by a whopping 90 feet)