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Last night I loaded up a demo of Abacus EZ Scenery and after that loaded up a small airfield around the Seattle area to see if the demo worked good enough for me...well while loading it up after the field got to 19% terrain it stopped and a few seconds later I got an error stating that it was the Terrain.dll that caused the error so I tried another field and got the same thing. Iuninstalled ez scenery and tried it again and the same thing happened again.....the strange thing is this is only happening to areas from SFO North to YVR and BOI to the W-coast all other fields work fine...I have tried recycling the fs9.cfg and swaped out the Terrain.dll file as well with no positive results and looked through the files to see if any EZ files were still in there......Any clues or ideas..ThanksRandy

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Last night I loaded up a demo of Abacus EZ Scenery and after that loaded up a small airfield around the Seattle area to see if the demo worked good enough for me...well while loading it up after the field got to 19% terrain it stopped and a few seconds later I got an error stating that it was the Terrain.dll that caused the error so I tried another field and got the same thing. Iuninstalled ez scenery and tried it again and the same thing happened again.....the strange thing is this is only happening to areas from SFO North to YVR and BOI to the W-coast all other fields work fine...I have tried recycling the fs9.cfg and swaped out the Terrain.dll file as well with no positive results and looked through the files to see if any EZ files were still in there......Any clues or ideas..ThanksRandy
Use the search function in the forum using "terrain.dll error" (WITH the quitaion marks) and you will find a number of threads dealing with this subject. There does not seem to be any one casue however as solutions range from an overheating video card to stopping the use of a background image program.Apparently the terrain.dll error message does not necessarily indicate anything amiss with the terrain.dll file itself.Good luck.

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