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  1. Bingo! It works! Now, try each of the plugin to see which one is responsible. Next step then. I will keep you informed. Thank you again for your dedication.
  2. Will do that asap and revert to you
  3. As proposed, as joined files : The 3 last flightlogs from the X-Plane 11\Output\TBM900\flightlog folder TBM900_Log.txt, and, Log.txt TBM900_Log.txt Log.txt log_211017_145148_LFBP.csv log_211017_145311_LFBP.csv log_211017_145321_LFBP.csv
  4. Thank you for your answer. The aircraft seems properly activated, and my license is confirmed each an every time I launch the sim. I only have basic controls, yoke, quadrant, and no external avionic. And once reloaded, I fly the lady without any problem. If you need logs or pics, I may of course provide. Anyway, this is my preferred plane, and I do hope that, coming X-Plane 12, an updated version will be available.
  5. That's quite a recent development. When I'm loading some filed flight (situation), or starting some new flight with the TBM 900, once loaded, and pushing the crashbar up, all engine gauges and all radio or nav frequencies indicators are crossed out with red crosses, and it is impossible to start the engine. A solution is available: in the Developpers section of the menu, click on "reload plane", and things are back to normal. However, what is causing this systematic failure? Is there a way to avoid that? Thank you in advance for your answers.
  6. XP12 is on top of the news today. I have seen that independant developers will be given access to a beta version, and that aircrafts transition from XP11 to XP12 should not be a major problem. Is X-Aviation providing for some adapted version of the TBM?
  7. Quite odd as new versions, as far as I am concerned, keep the airframe in the same state. To prevent this, I make a backup of my last state after each flight.
  8. @mrogers0547 A short flight this afternoon from some saved situation. I took as a routine, the same as systematically calibrating yoke and pedals, to previously fix all systems. Starting up was nominal. Thank you again for the tip.
  9. @mrogers0547 Thank you for the information. You're right. It's when loading some saved situation. This afternoon again I had the same. Will try your solution first opportunity. Thank you again.
  10. I regularly check the maintenance manager, and in its last state, all was fully green. I also make a backup of the state folder after each flight, just in case... Deleting the state folder will be a pity, as I will lose all my flying time. But, if it is the only way to solve the problem, so be it! Thank for your quick and dedicated help! Flying the TBM is first a pleasure, and a strong derivative during those confined times! Have a nice day.
  11. None. Except Saitek throttle quadrant where I control AP, trims, starter, throttle toggle to taxi zone, low and high idle positions, inert sep, flaps, parking brake and warning cancellations. I systematically calibrate yoke and pedals before any flight.
  12. A situation which happens from time to time when loading the TMB 900 in X-Plane 11. The plane has successfully completed a flight and landed in some airport. It has been properly shut down, duly respecting the idle time before feathering, and cutting off. The plane is properly protected with static, pitot and engine inlet covers. The situation has then been registered, such as allowing resuming of the travel at a further occasion. When loading such situation to resume the trip, and when raising the crash bar, we can see the following : 1/ the standby instrument, when aligning, w
  13. My experiment about recovering an inflight situation: It's an IFR flight making use of 124thATC. A flight plan is therefore filed in the G1000. I have, according to Goran's tip, checked the box "Start with engine running". When re-starting the flight, first pause the flight. Check that your yoke and pedals are correctly calibrated (if not, the autopilot may disconnect, and recovering the plane at FL 300 may be a problem...) AP must be in HDG mode. Check you radio is on the center frequency, and request filing ot the flight plan. The flight plan starts from the departure airport, but
  14. This plane is a wonder. Some new flight today, with real weather, from Paris to Cannes (with a few days of advance for the Festival...) FL 310. ISA +0°C. Torque : 88, NG : 101.8, FF 56 Gph, IAS 195 Kias, tail wind 11 kts. GPS groundspeed : 335 kts. Some fascinating thing to note is the play of trims' tuning with PA. On take off, rudder trim half way between the neutral position and the green mark, and elevator trim on the green mark. Once lift off completed, flight control at the recommended 114 kts speed. At full torque, rudder trim goes fully right. Once the navigation level reached, ru
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