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Digital instruments are blacked out after some time of flight (Xbox)
On Xbox, regardless of being the Series X or the Series S, all the flight instruments screens (VSI, KAS297, HSI DMEs, GPSs, XPDR, ADF, WXR, EFB) turn off all of the sudden, after some time of flying, even with a correct electrical system setup and engine start switches in OFF position as per our instructions. Also, the autopilot does not respond when clicking the AP panel buttons or the aircraft becomes uncontrollable immediately after the initial issue occurs.

This problem only affects the digital gauges. On Xbox, in order to avoid a potential crash due to OOM, the sim randomly unloads something on the fly, such as distant scenery objects or airplanes. But, there are some times where the sim may unload the Coherent engine, driving the HTML and WASM instruments. When this occurs, this negatively impacts the EMB-110's correct functionality. Not only do the GPSs and some other digital instruments unload, but also the autopilot becomes unresponsive, as it has been custom-coded.

In conclusion, this is a memory mismanagement issue coming from MSFS itself on Xbox, so the product is not the cause of the problem. For more information about the tests performed and the impact, please refer to the thread Information regarding the instruments black-out on Xbox.

Asobo Studio is UNDER strict obligation of performing the required actions to fix this issue as soon as possible. If you experience such issues, please report this issue IMMEDIATELY to Asobo Studio, via the Microsoft Flight Simulator Forums.

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