Hello, I am not sure if this is an x-plane error or fms database error. I am inserting a screenshot of the message I receive during the startup of x-plane. This started after updating to cycle 2013. Also, I keep receiving a “nav cycle out of date” message on magknight 787 aviator. I did not capture the bottom part of the message but it says “x-plane 11 is not compatible with navadata files made for x-plane 10.” After which x-plane shuts down.
Update: Can see your screenshot now.
Are you using FMS Data Manager or doing a Manual install?, if so you sure you picket the correct addon from the list?
Are you trying to use the download from the FAA CIFP page as well as Navigraph data?
Be careful trying to mix databases.
Check out Philipp’s Article on the LR Dev site about X-Plane 11 Navdata.
Hi, Cessna729, I am using the FMS Data Manager to update air cycles. No, no mixing of databases. I am including a screenshot of my Custom Data directory for X-Plane 11 and my FMS Data Manager. It has worked great before but happened and I am not sure what changed. Thanks!
Hello again, Cessna729, thanks for the information thus far. I have adjusted the navdata folder under Custom Data to only be in GNS430 folder. Unfortunately, I still have the same message from my original error which prevents X-Plane from loading and shuts down the sim.
one additional tip - delete the CIFP folder completely and re-install the cycle via the FMS Data Manager. I guess, there are some FAA files in the CIFP folder which are not compatible.
That is it expects to see a GNS430 folder in your Custom Data folder as shown in my last pic.
Also make sure you have the X-Plane 11 date set so it’s within the ‘valid’ period of the AIRAC cycle your using.
If you still have a problem after that, I suggest you follow what Richard said and:
Then removing all the files from your /Custom Data folder (don’t remove the folder itself, just the contents).
Running FMS Data Manager again, and updating both X-Plane 11 and the Magknight 787AE.
Exit FMS Data Manager.
Then run X-Plane 11 again, and see if you still have problems, using both the Default B737 and the Magknight 787AE one after another.
Hi Cherry89, make sure that you put the origin (start) and dest (Destination) using the function buttons next to those two choices. There are many Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARS) and Standard Instrument Departures (SIDS). I still found there are a number of SIDS, STARS and Waypoints not available even with all the proper updates for Navigraph.