Bruce (a.k.a. brian747) 142 Posted October 10, 2013 Report Share Posted October 10, 2013 From the PMDG 777 forum: > "Not happy Jan! The T777 killed my pet mouse. He was in mint condition, running on his little wheel perfect and eating good cheese and then BOOM! after install 777 he dead! " Love it! Ah, coincidence...... The background to this is that in my recently-completed review of the PMDG T7 I was faced with a situation where there have been a number of threads on the PMDG forum complaining of crashes of various sorts (some totally unspecified) which have happened since they installed the T7 (so, by implication, the T7 was "obviously" to blame). Unfortunately, in spite of almost four weeks of very intensive flying of the T7 I hadn't suffered a single crash, so I therefore messed up my fsx configuration in an effort to try and produce one — more I cannot say, since my detailed conclusions are embargoed until Friday 18th. But I think I can hint that I felt that blaming the PMDG T7 was.... unproven. But, with the best will in the world, some of the crash complaints were so vague about the actual problem as to render it impossible for anyone to help them. For example — > "For a while, I was blaming Coatle with the FS Dreamteam sceneries. But the problem persisted after I removed the FS Dreamteam products along with Coatl. So my initial assessment on that was incorrect, I think.But I am not sure that it is even a PMDG problem. I will need to try several other aircraft. But I am not even sure that it is an FSX problem. One of my video editing programs has been doing weird stuff." Ah yes, the guessing game. He'll no doubt get to the electricity company, or perhaps even his pet mouse, eventually. D'oh..... You have to feel a certain sympathy with PMDG. Fortunately, I reckon their backs are broad enough. Cheers, Bruce (a.k.a. brian747) Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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