Hola Peter and Michael:
Following your insturctions I almost succeed: complete infrastructures are created, but ... hard to believe what happens next !:
At last I could see the island with its runways but when selecting a specific runway, it happens:
1) .- It takes a long time to load; near the end, this message appears on the screen:
Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator main executable stopped working.
And the PC crashed.
I remembered that this was undoing, deleting the "main.mcf". So I did and I guess this file was restored. I tried again, and the problem remains exactly the same ..
However, anywhere else in the world, the sim works correctly. Needless to say, the files are correctly copied to the "scenery" folder as you see in the attached image.
Faced with this setback, I deleted the 3 scenery files (admitting that one was defective) and re-downloaded everything done by the creators of this scenario, and reinstalled it. Again I deleted again in file "main.mcf". I turned off the PC. and new I turned it on. I started again the attempt to fly over the islands ... with the same negative results.
It occurred to me to try other runways, and the same problem happens, except with "Port Allen".
In the latter, I met the plane on the runway; I took off correctly, but in less than 30 seconds (with the plane flying), it again crashed. That puzzled me.
I tried again and again, and always with the same result. The maximum time it is flying is less than 60 seconds. And this behavior occurs only in Port Allen, in the other 3 runways, nor does the plane appear on the runway.
I suppose that this strange behavior is very difficult to admit, but it is exactly how it happens.
I do not need to repeat to you, that the first file to download and install, was the "US_HI_elevation".
Well, dear companions, what is the reason for such strange behavior?
I await your suggestions. and ... as life continues to be complicated, I will definitely forget about ... Hawaii. And ... I feel sorry for the artists who created this job well done, in that distant latitude.
Kind regards: Delfin