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Can't fly into Beijing airspace (Read 1165 times)
Jan 24th, 2013 at 6:54pm

AirAmerica   Offline
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I can't seam to approach Beijing (ZBAA) without FS9 crashing. Sometimes I can start FS9 at ZBAA and it will run for a few minutes, then crash. I've tried changing time of day thinking an add-on a/c is the problem. I've changed to a default FS9 a/c with the same results. I tried reducing the terrain complexity and mesh with no luck. I've tried to fly into the ZBAA airspace from 50 miles away - sometimes I can fly for 2 or 3 minutes, then FS9 goes to a black screen and crashes.
No other area has this problem that I can find. Also can't find a similar issue searching various help forums.
Any trouble shooting ideas or a different approach to solving this mystery are appreciated.
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Reply #1 - Jan 27th, 2013 at 3:25pm

Webb   Offline
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It could be a bad .bgl file.

Unfortunately I don't know how you could detect or repair this in FS04.  There is a BGL scanner that was  made for FS02 but I don't know if it works with FS04.

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Reply #2 - Jan 29th, 2013 at 5:27pm

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most of it.
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you could use the afcad for fs9 and open that airport,from memory it gives the bgl file being used for the original,

Area flies OK on mine.

Normally I could look this up for you but the pc the airport designer is on is out of use at the moment.



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Reply #3 - Jan 29th, 2013 at 5:44pm

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Sounds like a political problem to me. Try negotiating a trade agreement with Beijing.

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