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I'm flying FS9.1 on my system. I completed the building of this a few weeks ago. My specs are below.AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+Gigabyte SLI590 moboGeForce 6200LE (temp) on PCI-e x162GB DDR2 800 OCZ Platinum Revision 2Dual 320GB SATA HDDsSoundBlaster AudigyWin XP Pro (32bit) up to dateNod32 virus ScanNow, I know Nod32 is a problem for some people, but it's never been a problem for me before on my old Dell.I load up FS9 and it appears fine, I connect to VATSIM and everything goes great. A few minutes later I CTD without warning or error message. I understand many others are experiencing the same problems.Things I've done:Reinstalled FS9 and updateReinstalled SB3Upped my RAM bus voltage to 2.1 rather than 1.8 (mem is supposed to be at 2.1)I'm out of ideas.... a friend of mine says to check the RAM timings in the bios and make sure they're accurate... but other than that I'm out of things to try.Any ideas?

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Dx9c installed with AGP disabled and sound acceleration turned offRan ORTHOS for 1 hour and no errorsReplaced FSUIPC 3.5 with 3.70Still a CTDand it only occurs while connected to VATSIM.

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Make sure you have the following line in your FSUIPC.ini file:RemoveATC=YesI'm pretty sure this only works with the registered version of FSUIPC. There is a nasty bug in the ATC.DLL module that emerges and will send you straight to CTD he11 when using external ATC programs like SB3, Radar Contact etc...in fact it's a factor any time FS default ATC is turned off. It was fixed long ago by Pete Dowson. I also just built a new system and lost this parameter in my new FSUIPC setup. It has to be added manually to the .ini file...there is no checkbox option.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-VSantiago de Chile

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Well, that helped for a little while, but eventually it ctd.

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I forgot to add that I'm pretty sure this only works with the registered version.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-VSantiago de Chile

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Hi Bob,After completing my new PC2 weeks ago, I did a full clean install of FS9. I also installed the latest version of FSUIP 3.72. Since then CTD. No relation to position, time. Only when online VATSIM . I installed FS9 once again, same CTD. Could go well for hours, and then..CTD. Its like FS keeps running while the error message is produced and then closes to desktop. I've tried with all antivirus, antispyware and other software of, no result. My guess is a software conflict. Can't reproduce this CTD. Gonna try out your suggestion, since I have a registered version of FSUIPEarl.System: WXP-Pro SP2 - FS9 SP1Asus P5N32-ESli; Intel Q6700; Nvidia 8800GTX; Corsair XMS 2GB, 2x WD150Gb Raptor in RAID0.

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I'm still having the same CTD. Only when connected to VATSIM, and the same CTD when using SB3 or FSInn. I ran 17 hours of ORTHOS, and a 20 minute GPU stress test... both came out 100% fine.

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still CTD even with the addition to the ini. I do get an error report screen, though.

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Fixed! IMON in NOD32 needed to have FS9.exe set as an exclusion, not NOD32 AMON as an exception.Thanks for your help.

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I had the same problem the whole day yesterday thanks for the tips.Kenneth

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Hi all,just starting to get those CTD's again during online flying. This is what my screen looks like. Anybody a clue what might cause this ?ThxEarl.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/166850.jpgSystem:WXPSP2 FS9 ASUS P5N32E-SLI MB Intel Core 2 Extreme QX 6700 NVIDIA Geforce 8800GTX Corsair XMS2 2GB DDR2 800 2xWD Raptor 150GB RAID 0 1WD 150GD Plextor PX-716 AL DVD

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