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PSS 757 Crashed after completed flight

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For some reason, everytime after I complete a flight, FS crashes. For example, last night i did Minneapolis to Boston. I cleared the runway and fs crashed.Today, after landing in Orlando from Detroit, my flight sim crashed after I parked at the gate.Whats up with this?Chris Smith

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About a million different reasons is what is up with that. I have completed numerous flights on the 757 with nary a problem. You will need to post a lot more info than your route alone to get some help figuring out your problem.

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Ok, well I have a bunch of payware, PMDG, Level D, Wilco 737, PSS, etc... never had a plane crash on me each time after landing from a trip.Anyone else having a similiar problem? My computer in general feels very sluggish when i alt tab to my desktop with the 757 running.Eric, I suggest that you refrain from the colorful language. I am a paying customer and I deserve some sort of support.Chris SmithCompuer Specs:Dell Dimension 83000Processor: Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 2.80GHz Processor Speed: 2.73 GHz Memory (RAM): 1024 MB Graphics: ATI RADEON 9800 XT (512MB)

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Chris,I had the same problem last night. After vacating the runway the screen went black and froze and then the usual error from Microsoft appeared. This error related to atc.dll so I presume that it was an error thrown up from using RC4, so I dont suspect that mine was related to the 757. RegardsKeith

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I'm not sure which dll file my crash orginated from. If anyone else has the crash after flight problem, please let us know!Chris SmithCompuer Specs:Dell Dimension 83000Processor: Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 2.80GHz Processor Speed: 2.73 GHz Memory (RAM): 1024 MB Graphics: ATI RADEON 9800 XT (512MB)

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