I am getting an error message on Windows XP SP2, FSX SP2, when trying to launch the G1000 Bridge 1.1.exe file. The message box appears saying: "This application has failed to start because the application configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem."
Usually you see this error message because of the improper version of FSX. So please make sure that the version of your FSX is sp2 or acceleration. And, you can try to install Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package to see if it helps.
Not asking, suggesting. Since this is a SIM, exact control relational placement to the GNS is not important as ease of use. Suggesting you make especially the right side panel (full EFIS view) a bit wider and move the controls upwards to make more room for punching-in data entries in the lower right hand corner. Either that or do a pop-up enlargement like the Boeing 777-Pro SIM does with its FMS (CPU). Thanks RBE
The app has never been tested on Prepar3D. But it’s been told by a customer that it works with Prepar3D. Whether the app can or cannot works with it depends on whether the programing interface is compatible to FSX sp2. So I guess you may give it a try.
I'm finding this app very helpful in prepping for my IPC thank you! My only problem is the app will shut off every 10 minutes or so, right in the middle of an approach . I open the app again and it starts me all over. Any ideas?
Can you give me some more details? Like location, NAV/COM freqs, inset map settings, nav source, BRG1, BRG2, DME source settings, the status of autopilot and flight director, and, whether the app is connected to FSX or X-Plane. Send me emails to email@example.com. I’ll do some tests.