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written by Eridani on Nov 14, 2009 20:14
Hi all. Just started getting into Noctis and it's just plain awesome. One question I have is what does "Need Recal" mean? I assume it means there are no planets in the current system, but I'm not sure since I've been to a few S00 star systems that has this message when I'm looking for planets. Sorry if this has been asked before, and I did look in the manual...Thanks in advance.
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written by Yayo on Nov 15, 2009 01:20
hmm... I'm not sure (it's been a while since the last time I travelled the noktis universe), but perhaps it has something to do with the fact that you're someway "lost" in the space, like if the onboard computer did reset while you were travelling and forgot the target or something...
Try selecting the star you were approaching to and starting the vimana drive again. : )

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written by Speeder on Nov 15, 2009 02:15
You are lucky... Or extremely unlucky... I never saw that message Oo And it is like 7 years of noctis...
written by 4616599 on Nov 15, 2009 03:08
I reckon it has something to do with losing the remote target. (i.e. you set a local target with no remote target) Another possibility is that you're stopping the vimana drive before it finishes. I know it usually has something to do with the rem. target though.
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written by Albeyamakiir on Nov 15, 2009 03:56
You can't target on nearby planets if you have disconnected from the star target. You must re-target the star first.
written by 4616599 on Nov 15, 2009 05:21
Albeyamakiir said:
You can't target on nearby planets if you have disconnected from the star target. You must re-target the star first.
I believe you still can (target local with no remote), provided you arrived at the star first, and are within a certain distance from it.

If the 'need recal' thing pops up, you have to vimana back to the star.
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