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Just installed 172 FSCRew - Bad stutters

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Hi, I just purchased the 172 program and using the Flight 1 aircraft I am trying the tutorial. All installed fine and checklists/briefings working fine but when I started to taxy I noticed the sim is stuttering, every 1 second or so there is a pause, a sort of brief jerk. Stuttering occurs in all views.I switched to another aircraft on the taxy way (Real Air SF260) and the suttering is gone.Any ideas?CheersTim http://members.chello.nl/t.westnutt/realair.gif

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Hello Tim,That's interesting. All I can suggest is this:1. See if you can reproduce the stutter using the Default Cessna 172.If you can reproduce it, the only thing that I can think of is that perhaps your sound card drivers need to be updated.That's a wild guess.It's hard for me to say because you're the first to report any kind of stutter with the 172.Cheers,Bryan

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Hi BryanYes it happens with the default Cessna too, No other aircraft. I am at the moment trying the 737 to see if it happens with that as well.I just updated the sound card drivers a week ago so I somehow don't think thats the cause. I didn't reboot after the install, perhaps that has something to do with it.CheersTimhttp://members.chello.nl/t.westnutt/realair.gif

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Hi Tim,Were your 172 panel.cfg's totally untouched from their original state before you installed FS2CrewLite?To successfully install, FS2CrewLite assumes that your 172 panel.cfg is in its original state.When did you last update your video drivers?Bryan

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I think I may know what happened...Did you install the 172 "after" you installed the 737 or before?If not, re-install the 172 version again. No need to uninstall.Cheers,Bryan

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Hi Tim,Pls send me an email:admin@fs2crew.comI'm guessing that for whatever reason there is a problem with your gaugesound.dll. It's just a wild guess, but we'll see.Bryan

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Here is the solution which is now added to the FAQs section:This is directly from the user: "OK, Problem solved!I had installed a cache optimizer/memory management program as a trial from O&O software called

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