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  1. Thank you both for your responses! MrScott I thought I tried every monitor setup alternative but not putting the main screen to the left. I did, and it worked. Thanks so much. Also thank you for the discord server invite. I have joined and will try to find my way around. I have been flight summing for decades and just got the TBM 900 last week. I also love Aerobask's Epic E1000. Decided to build a home cockpit and have been experimenting with monitor setups and hardware controls. I have been building hardware controls and writing code to communicate with X-plane using Air Ma
  2. I have not been able to resolve this problem. I have tried many configurations including fresh installs of x-plane and TBM on my SSD and every combination of monitoring setups. The only two configurations that will actually display the airframe manager and payload and maintenance screens is a single monitor or Nvidia surround comprising all 4 monitors In a 4 separate monitor configuration I can see focus shift to a different monitor so I am pretty sure the screens are launching but I am unable to see them. I searched the borders of the monitors but couldn't find a trace of them.
  3. Thank you. Yes I have v1.10. I - just bought it yesterday. I am muddling my way through it. The screens are missing when using 4 separate monitors - or three - or even 2 but works ok with just one. I am currently experimenting with NVidia surround with 4 monitors spanned (GTX 1070) This actually works. I was just setting up X-camera when the sim just crashed for no reason I could see. So much to learn. Thanks for your reply.
  4. I seem to have a version of this issue where I cannot see the Airframe Manager, Maintenance Manager and Payload screens at all. The menus on the left side turn green on the borders when clicked but no screen is visible. Meanwhile the GPU. chocks and tow all work. Has anyone solved this problem?
  5. Thanks for your response RobW05. Interesting possibility. I reduced the screens to one with no different result. In any case after a lot of sleuthing last night I fixed the problem myself by looking at the TBM and X-plane logs and found that there was a problem in the \output directory. I found another post here where the author suggested deleting the \output\TBM900 directory to fix this. Started everything up and all was working again. Finally got to try this aircraft out and was not disappointed.
  6. Further to above I have been trying to track this down and found some log files - attached. A problem seems to occur when trying to open the flightlog - this error is triggered 2019-12-09 12:52:20 TBM900[helpers.c:1076]: Cannot open directory D:\Program Files\X-Plane 11\X-Plane 11\\Output\TBM900\flightlog: The system cannot find the path specified. Note the double backstroke before the Output directory \\Output . Any ideas how to fix this? In case you are wondering the D:\Program Files\X-Plane 11\X-Plane 11 part of the path is correct. It is relic from an old inst
  7. This morning I purchased your TBM 900 product and managed to get it installed, started X-plane 11 and loaded the aircraft. After starting X-plane and loading the TBM aircraft and entering my email, etc. the aircraft was authorized and the tutorial started. Everything seemed great until about 45 seconds into the welcome tutorial there was a power failure and the computer stopped. Of course this is no fault of yours LOL. However after power was restored and I restarted the computer, and X-plane and loaded the TBM I have experienced a problem that I have been unable to resolve. After tes
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