Weather radar in PMDG B-737 NG 600/700

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Weather radar in PMDG B-737 NG 600/700

#1 Post by Robert Kruger » Fri Apr 03, 2009 5:03 am

Hello all,
I found a thread on this, from over a year ago, in this Discussion Board.
I have followed all the instructions and suggestions as I found them in this thread, in as much detail as I could.
I can not get it working :mrgreen: . Every time I load the aircraft in FS9, I am getting the following error message:
"Debug Assertion Failed at
File: d:\development\active\ndwx\source\main.cpp
Line: 221
Expression:strcmp(_,WX500_STD_INFO_VERSION,_.WX500_STD_FILE_VERSION)==0
ExprValue: 0

Press OK to continue or Cancel to Abort"

Pressing either OK or Cancel will make FS9 crash.

I would much appreciate any kind of help on this, since I'm eager to get it working.
The pictures of an integrated weather radar that I saw in the thread just look great! :lol:
Thanks for your attention and feedback.

Robert

p.s. The 'Error report' details point to a file as follows: 'ModName: ndwx.gau'
Could this file be the culprit?

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Re: Weather radar in PMDG B-737 NG 600/700

#2 Post by Mark Richards » Sat Apr 04, 2009 11:29 am

Hi Robert

The post you want is http://www.vatnz.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=1029 but I'm afraid I personally can't assist but you might like to contact John Leat who posted the original message and he may be able to assist.
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Re: Weather radar in PMDG B-737 NG 600/700

#3 Post by Robert Kruger » Sun Apr 05, 2009 8:18 am

Hi Mark,
Thanks so much.
I saw John's post and the rest of that thread.
I will try to contact John directly.
Best regards,
Robert

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