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Thread: Dino's T-45

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    Dino's T-45

    I tried to fly Dino's T-45 in V4.2. I am not getting any MPD or HUD imagery. It is like they are off. The battery and generator switches are on. Engine is running. I fiddled with the control knobs to no avail.

    Is there a trick? Does it have problems in V4? If so, is there a fix? I really like this airplane.
    John

    ***************************
    My first SIM was a Link Trainer. My last was a T-6 II


    Intel Six Core i7 8700 @ 5.0 GHz
    16 GB DDR4 RAM
    2 Intel SSD 500 GB SATA 3 Drives and 1 950 GB SSD for PD3 V4
    2 GTX 970 4 GB RAM Video Cards
    IR Track 5
    Currently using single Optoma 1040P beamer and two touch screen monitors for instruments.

  2. #2
    I think the T45 uses the FSX Acceleration F18 gauge, which isn't compatible with v4.

    Edit: I'm sure the most recent versions did away with the F18 gauge. Make sure you have the latest from Dinos website.

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    It our main training aircraft for Carrier Ops and we have not found any issue with it. My suggestion would be to delete it and try a reinstall
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  4. #4
    Thank you both for the information. I will try a reinstall. However, it looks like you just drag the folders into PD3.

    Dave, I am using version 2.83, which I am pretty sure is the latest version.
    John

    ***************************
    My first SIM was a Link Trainer. My last was a T-6 II


    Intel Six Core i7 8700 @ 5.0 GHz
    16 GB DDR4 RAM
    2 Intel SSD 500 GB SATA 3 Drives and 1 950 GB SSD for PD3 V4
    2 GTX 970 4 GB RAM Video Cards
    IR Track 5
    Currently using single Optoma 1040P beamer and two touch screen monitors for instruments.

  5. #5
    Reinstalling didn't work. Not sure what the issue is.
    John

    ***************************
    My first SIM was a Link Trainer. My last was a T-6 II


    Intel Six Core i7 8700 @ 5.0 GHz
    16 GB DDR4 RAM
    2 Intel SSD 500 GB SATA 3 Drives and 1 950 GB SSD for PD3 V4
    2 GTX 970 4 GB RAM Video Cards
    IR Track 5
    Currently using single Optoma 1040P beamer and two touch screen monitors for instruments.

  6. #6
    I'm not sure but perhaps the battery and generator switches are not enough to turn on these systems ?
    I mean, in other fighter airplanes, HUD usually has a dedicated switch to turn it on, right ? I don't quite remember on the t-45, though...

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    I just downloaded v2.83 and installed in v4.2, and everything worked fine - at least the plane loaded up ready to fly with all instruments
    and HUD operating. I didn't try a cold and dark start.

    The plane is Tacpack ready, and I loaded with Tacpack on. Do you have Tacpack installed (I don't know how much a difference it makes
    if you don't have Tacpack)?

    Another thought: have you tried changing your default loading aircraft and airport? I find some planes are really sensitive in P3Dv4
    to the default loading aircraft I use.

    - RobM

    PS: I don't know why I hadn't installed Dino's T45 in v4 yet. It really is nice to fly. Too many other airplanes I guess...

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    I have it working. I am working with a new Milviz Beta fighter and was having issues. As part of my attempt to get the Beta to work with my system, I uninstalled and reinstalled PD3 V4.2. The T-45 MPD's and HUD started working.
    John

    ***************************
    My first SIM was a Link Trainer. My last was a T-6 II


    Intel Six Core i7 8700 @ 5.0 GHz
    16 GB DDR4 RAM
    2 Intel SSD 500 GB SATA 3 Drives and 1 950 GB SSD for PD3 V4
    2 GTX 970 4 GB RAM Video Cards
    IR Track 5
    Currently using single Optoma 1040P beamer and two touch screen monitors for instruments.

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