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burm

FSX Crash Everytime With NGX

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Hi

 

I am really trying to be cool here, but what can one do.

 

I purchased a new computer a few months ago:

Sabertooth z77

Core I7 2700k

GTX680

OCZ VTX4-25sat-128G (os wINDOWS 7 INSTALLED)

OCZ VTX4-25sat-256G (FSX Istalled here)

Gskill F3-14900cl9D-8GBXL

WD2002FAEX 2TB HD

 

I purchased PMDG737ngx and installed it.

I have been trying to get through Tutorial 2 for about a week.

I have tried it five or maybe six times and EVERY time FSX crashes.

This crash usually happens at cruise alt.

The last time I was looking through the HUD and I mouse clicked on the arm to make it fold and X crashed.

The other crashes seemed to occur without me doing anything in the sim.

I have been using REX, but the last two times I did not.

I also have been using EZdok.

I also have Aerosoft Approaching Innsbruck installed.

 

I realize that running all these programs together can cause problems.

Hey, all I want is some solution to my problem.

I have looked at numerous videos on Youtube showing the NGX with REX,EZdok,TrackIR,UT etc.

How do they do it?

PMDG makes the best sim software in my opinion,

so I would appreciate any advice on fixing this problem.

 

Thanks

Paul Burley

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Please download appcrash view: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/app_crash_view.html

 

And post your crash here so we can take a closer look.

 

Do you have the uiautomationcore.dll fix installed? If not have a look here:

 

http://forum.avsim.n...e-correct-file/

 

The UIAUTOMATIONCORE.dll is for *menu* crashes. UIAUTOMATIONCORE.dll isn't a "magic bullet" for crashes.

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Hi Scarlett,

 

Not once did I say that it was a magic bullet to anything... I was merely giving a suggestion that tends to help prevent CTD's.

 

Regards,


Sander Rutte

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Hi

 

Here is an AppCrashView attachment.

 

Hope it helps.

 

Thanks

 

Paul Burley

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This is a fault with the 3D graphics rendering.

Pete Dowson's FSUIPC includes a fix that addresses the most common cause to this crash.

The unregistered version includes it but It's always good to support people who contribute to the community.

 

I just went through the same thing you're going through and I had FSUIPC installed. My crashes were cause by my memory voltage being too low. I set mine to the XMP profile and not had a single problem since. That was about a month ago. I have done two 14 hour flights and it was good both times. Double check all your bios settings. Do not trust the ASUS AUTO memory settings. This is known to cause issues on some older ASUS boards. Set it to XMP.

I also recommend posting this in the CTD sub forum.

 

Good luck.


Chuck Biggins

 

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Hi Scarlett,

 

Not once did I say that it was a magic bullet to anything... I was merely giving a suggestion that tends to help prevent CTD's.

 

Regards,

 

WHoa, I wasn't trying to penalize you for anything. Thanks for your suggestion. Perhaps I need to come off a little easier to peeps.

 

Burm, yes, as others said above, install FSUPIC. It contains a g3d.dll crash fix. Although I have never heard of this occurring in the NGX.

 

As others said, remove your ENB and see if it fixes it.

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Hey Scarlett,

 

Maybe I took your comment the wrong way, please disregard my reply.


Sander Rutte

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I found NGX very unstable with XP 32. I recently upgraded to WIn 8 64 and it is now rock solid. I don't know if the clean install or the operating system has made the difference.


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I have the regestered copy of FSUIPC and have my Saitek yoke and pedals setup with it.

Could someone please tell me what ENB is and where do I remove it from?

This XMP profile you are talking about, is it somewhere in the Bios?

 

Thanks for all your posts.

Paul

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Could someone please tell me what ENB is and where do I remove it from?

 

Sometimes it's hard to remember if you even installed ENB series. But it sounds to me you don't have it installed.

 

Go to your FSX root folder, and do a search for *D3D" and tell me if a file comes up.

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Yup sounds like he does not have it loaded if hes asking about it.


Rich Sennett

               

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I had this issue also. Sounds unorthodox but try to disconnect all of your USB devices except your keyboard and mouse, start FSX load NGX then connect your USB devices back in.

I have GF TQ6 and that was causing some sort of error but after disconnecting restarting reconnecting it seemed to work itself out.

 

Good luck

Kevin




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This XMP profile you are talking about, is it somewhere in the Bios?

 

Since you're running memory faster than DDR3-1333 CL9, X.M.P. must be enabled for your memory to operate properly at its rated speed (unless you're an advanced overclocker than you do it manually).

This is done through the bios.

Go to Advanced Setup -> 2nd tab on top should be AI Tweaker -> First selection down should be AI Overclock Tuner -> Set that to X.M.P.

Hit F10 to save it and exit.

 

This link has more info on XMP and why you need to enable this.


Chuck Biggins

 

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