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Default Model Not Recognized, Disconnecting from server. How do I fix this?


Johnathan Guif
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Hi, I've been using V-pilot for over a year now, and I have never encountered a problem with anything regarding model matching issues. Today however when I wanted a nice flight in my Convair-580, It wouldn't let me connect and kept giving me this error message. Note I tried this with multiple default models and nothing worked. If someone can help me I'd be very grateful.

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When you said "both of these", what did you mean?  What exactly did you try?  Are you sure you have 1. located a viable aircraft in your sim, and 2. entered the correct aircraft title (e.g. Cessna Skyhawk 172SP Paint1 as found in the aircraft.cfg file line that specifies title=Cessna Skyhawk 172SP Paint1)?  Alternatively, you could perhaps restore the Airbus A321....

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I have tried using multiple airplanes, and I have gone through the models that my Vpilot has recognized while using it. I did not however, know that you used the title from the CFG and rather as the other person mentioned, use the ICAO code. I'll try it with the title from the Aircraft's CFG file. Thank you for pointing that out me

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