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    Exclamation Pmsystems engine startup problem

    Hi,

    With FSX I face a problem with pmsystems version 116 or 119b. I start the engine #1 and when I go to start #2, then #1 goes off. This is happening also if I start #2 and then start #1.

    Even with pmsystems running, ctrl+E would not start the engines. Only if pmsystems does not running I am able to start with ctrl+E.

    I use the latest Fsuipc version.

    Any tip from anyone?
    With best regards,
    Achilles
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    Hey Buddy, I will check what version of Pmsystems, I am running, but I am not having that issue with FSX. I can check tonight when I get home from work, and I will let you know.

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