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Tristan

FSX crashes running on Windows 8 64bit

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Hi there,

 

I've recently bought a ASUS notebook with WIndows 8 64bit. My graphics card is Nvidia GEFORCE GT 650M, CPU Intel Core 17 2.4Hz, 8GB or Memory, DirectX11. I basically bought this notebook to run FSX and add-on aircraft mainly PMDG. Well FSX and my notebook don't seem to agree, after maybe a couple of minutes, FSX will stop working, I will still hear the sounds coming from FSX but the screen will be blank. I occasionally get a message saying "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered: Display driver NVIDIA Windows Kernel Mode Driver, Version 314.22 stopped responding and has successfully recovered." There was a period when FSX was running fine, but these problems return.

Other times, the screen will go blank and I get a message saying "FSX is not responding."

 

Many thanks

 

Tristan

 

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I would first install the nvidia drivers again (as admin).

Did you install fsx outside the program files hirearchy,and as admin?


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Hi Jude,

 

Not sure exactly if installed FSX as admin, but I do remember installing it express (recommended)  as per the software options.

 

Tristan

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Your display drivers are not installed properly or you tried to overclock the video card or the video card is overheating.  I can successfully get that error 100% of the time if I try overclocking my video card.

 

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Express install would install it in the programfiles folder.

Ensure that FSX is running with admin privileges (right-click on FSX.exe and select Run as admin).

and update your video card drivers.


Jude Bradley
Beech Baron: Uh, ATC, verify you want me to taxi in front of the 747?
ATC: Yeah, it's OK. He's not hungry.

X-Plane 11 and P3D v4

System specs: Windows 10  Pro 64-bit, i7-4790K Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming 5, RTX-2070, 32GB RAM  1X 1TB M2 for X-Plane 11, 1x 500GB SSD for P3Dv4, 1x256GB SSD for OS.

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Thanks,

 

I've been opening FSX through the 'START' page and running it as administrator. I haven't had any big problems, the occasional crash, but so far seems ok.

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If you navigate to the FSX folder, right-click on it,select 'Properties', click on the 'Compatibility' tab,

Check 'Run this program as administrator' in the check box,and 'Change settings for all users' it should

be able to be run with the desktop icon.


Jude Bradley
Beech Baron: Uh, ATC, verify you want me to taxi in front of the 747?
ATC: Yeah, it's OK. He's not hungry.

X-Plane 11 and P3D v4

System specs: Windows 10  Pro 64-bit, i7-4790K Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming 5, RTX-2070, 32GB RAM  1X 1TB M2 for X-Plane 11, 1x 500GB SSD for P3Dv4, 1x256GB SSD for OS.

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