Hi Gypsy Baron
Iv'e tried all of your suggestions but it still won't work --- none of the P-47 models function. When I select a P-47 model,
it shows up in the FSX opening screen, but when you click on it to fly, FSX just locks-up and stops running.
I should also mention that I'm not running the AcuSim version of the P-47 program. Also, since the last time I ran the P-47 program successfuly , I added
the Accu-Feel global FSX Enhancement program to my computer and it was running fine with no problems on Default Aircraft or the ACUSIM
B-17 and P-51 programs.
Do you have any other ideas ???
The things that are common to all three P-47 models are the files in the "WoP3_P47D_share" folder and the
panel folder in the "WoP3_P47D-20" model olus in the "Gauges" folder the "WoP3_P47s.dll" and "WoP3_p47sound.dll".
I would uninstall the P-47 again and then insure that all the files and folders related to that aircraft are removed.
Particularly those 'common' files and the 2 dll files in the gauge folder. If you have any P-47 repaints, keep those
texture folders for later re-installation.
Then reinstall the P47D and see what happens. It is possible that your previous uninstall left something behind that didn't
get overwritten when you reinstalled. But first, read below.
The other item that may be involved is the Accu-Feel setup. Before you try flying the P47 again after the
uninstall/reinstall process, go into the folder that contains the Accu-Feel settings and remove those for the P47.
(I'll have to reboot to my Win7 partition to find the location of those files. I'll edit this post after that)
EDIT: OK, the Accu-Feel dat files are in folders in your "My Documents\A2A\FSX\Feel" folder. There should be
folders for each aircraft you have flown since installing Accu-Feel. Delete any P-47D folders you find there.
If there are NO P-47D folders there, make a note of that since that would mean that the fsx 'hang' occurred
before Accu-Feel created a dat file for the P-47D. That info might be helpful in trying to pinpoint the problem.