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Guest Rwilson

Howdy,This is happening alot with me recently, but this is going to be the last crash to the desktop....Whilst selecting my flight with the PMDG 737-700 (NG), all is well. As soon as i clicked "fly now", the desktop appreared a split second later. It crashed....Angry that this has happened to me before a million times, including the 744, i tried again. It managed to load up fine, but when openeing the FMC, the crash to the desktop happened again.Any ideas? I completely re-installed windows XP, but no avail.Oh, before ye ask, i installed the 744 after the 737 NG.Help appreiciatedrobbie

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Guest Rwilson

Please help, it happened to me again 2 minutes ago :-newburn

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Try doing a forum search both here and in the FS forum. This has been discussed many many times.


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Robbie-It is HIGHLY unlikely that your CTD problem is related to any PMDG product. Historically we have been the "target of choice" for CTD blame- but in the past five years nothing has really come of such activity.CTD problems are far more likely the result of scenery addons that do not get along well together- or the rather quietly fixed CTD issues being triggered by UT scenery.When you start experiencing CTDs- sometimes the only thing to do is to clean out your stable and start fresh with the addons you really need. While the proliferation of developers makes this hobby great- it also brings some headaches on occasion.Sorry I couldn't be of greater help!


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Guest Rwilson

Captain,Thanks for that, but my problems were solved...If anybody has an Asus mothermoard, do not enable the AI NOS overclocking feature, this is what is causing the CTDThanksrobbie

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