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Krister

FS9 crashes with RXP 530

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I wrote the same question over at the unofficial RealityXP forum, but it doesn't hurt to ask here to:

 

 

 

Yesterday I did this magnicifent flight on Vatim in my RXP 530 ver 1.6 equipped Aeroworx 200 using FS9. When finished I closed the computer, started it again just now but now when I load the airplane I see the cockpit panel with the 530 unit for about two tenths of a second, then FS9 crashes.

I activated the RXP in a few other airplanes with the same result, FS9 crashes. I also tried putting it into the default Cessna 172 that FS9 loads with and I can't even get to the start up screen where you choose flights, aircraft etc.

I removed Reality XP 530 and reverted to an old installation file that gives me version 1.4. Installing that one the result is the exact same. If I remove RXP 530 from the plane, it loads without a hitch. I have never seen this behaviour before and I am totally stuck. I now updated the 1.4 to 1.6 (something) but to no avail. In FSX I have no problem.

As I said, I hadn't touched anything since I finished my flight yesterday and closed the computer. Any bright ideas, anyone? Oh, I did restart my computer! :D


Krister Lindén
EFMA, Finland
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Problem fixed with the help of Bert Pieke!


Krister Lindén
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As far as I know, the only solution is to uninstall v1.6, then manually remove some files that are left behind, then install the previous version (v1.4).


Graeme Butler

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As Graeme said and for more details look att his: http://www.simforums...topic44473.html

 

What I did was uninstall 1.6, then remove the whole folder c:\Programdata\Reality XP and then re-install 1.4 and it then it worked. I was using 1.6 before I ran into these issues so probably I could install it again and have it working. But I just don't see any major features in ver 1.6 that makes it worth it!


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