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moss1

FS9 blue Screen 0x0000007f

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Hey everyone. I will try to keep this short, but I am going to pull my hair out. Ok, After testing my rig to see what triggers this.. It seems on take off run once I reach over approx 100kts either right before, or after I leave the runway I get the stop error 0x0000007f. It happens all the time in the DA Piper Cheyenne, and now it happened in the Flight Factory Saab340, so I know it's not one perticular AC. I ran mem-test all night, no errors. I reinstalled my video and audio drivers. I rebuilt my cfg. I suspect something with the audio. As I am going down the runway, as I reach TO speed, I notice the sound starts cutting in and out, then WAM blue screen. I am so lost here, so any help would be appreciated. The other night, the sound started to do the cutting out thing, but before it crashed to blue, I slowed the AC down and no Blue Screen. I can taxi, or just sit there for an hour, however, as soon as I go to take off, it happens. i went to MS web site and put this error in the data base. the closest hit i got relates to Win2000, not XP. I am going to call them to see what they think. If I do get info, I will share here to help others. To be honest, I think the users here will probably do more to help. I want to avoid 6 months of setting up and reinstalling everything. Thanks so much in advance. My specs are in my sig.

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'Faid I can't be much help, Jeff, but only to let you know you're in good company. This happened to me after I added a third payware aircraft from my FS9 stable. The RealAir Spit and the T37 Tweet worked - mostly as they should, but on the take-off with the airliner I added (no names), like you - I also got the BSoD. In this case I looked at the overhead panel, and clicked one switch - boom.. gone.. silence. I believe this is part of a Microsoft problem which they are now scrambling (I hope) to address. In my case it may only be that aircraft. All others work flawlessly at around 20-40fps. I'm waiting for the updated aircraft, as it's my favourite. Cheers,

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I feel your pain as I get the BSOD when landing or on approach. I think my problem may be with my sound card (I also have the Audigy4). It doesn't happen all the time so I think it might have something to do with a sound file within the aircraft sound folder. I have replaced the custom sound folder with a default sound folder with some success bt I hate doing that. I am going to try some alternative creative drivers I found the other night. I will try and remember to post here with results. Good luck!

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Guys, if you think it is the soundcard and have another PCI slot available, try moving the soundcard to another slot...Just a thought,-Paul

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