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Aircraft Crashes After Loading

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I load a the default Boeing 737-800. I selected gate 33 at Chicago-o-hare airport. Right after loading, the aircraft disapears from the screen and a red text in a green box at the top of the says CRASH. What is going on?

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I have a similar problem with the PMDG NGX recently where I have been taxiing along and then suddenly it tells me I have crashed. Same has occurred just sitting at the gate.

 

Craig

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I tried 5 other aircraft and it keeps happening only 1 second in to the game. This only happens at Chicago-O-Hare. Other airport work as normal. Maybe there's a bug with COH airport gates?

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Repeat, turn off the dumb A...ed crash detection.  You are hitting invisible objects of some kind.  CD is junk.  Period.

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I agree with turning off crash detection.  There probably was an AI aircraft sitting at Gate 33.  Could have been a piece of equipment too.  Crash detection does not work well in FSX.

 

Best regards,

Jim

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I tried turning off crash detection and it works.

 

Now wait a minute here.  You just said you turned off CD and it works??  How could it, if it's turned off???  Maybe you should have said you turned it off and it no longer works but your sim in general now works??   Sorry, I'm having my daily silly spell right now.  No reply necessary.  Just roll you eyes and shake your head slowly. :lol: :lol: :P

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Just roll you eyes and shake your head slowly.

 

That's exactly what I'm doing right now.... :Rolling Eyes:  :rolleyes:

 

Best regards,

Jim

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