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App Crash - Fault Modue Name: StackHash_0a9e

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Hi folks,

For many many months, P3d has ran flawlessly.

After several busy days, I fired up P3D, it opened, then immediately went to a minimized smaller screen, then shut down.

 

I looked at the "details" and it showed:

APPCRASH

Prepar3D.exe

1.5.5757.0

05253a53

Fault Module Name: StackHash_0a9e

0.0.0.0

00000000

Execution Code: c0000005

 

1. I rebooted computer - no change

2. I deleted the config file to build a new one - no change

3. I searced google and it said to turn off DEP - P3d does not allow that

4. Removed entries in Modules Folder - no change

5. Removed 1/2 of my aircraft - restarted - no change -  replaced 1st half removed aircraft, removed second 1/2 aircraft entries - restarted, no change.

6. Removed all my entries in Documents\Prepar3D (Flights that are saved) - no change.

 

I have NOT installed any new add-on's in way of planes or scenery - this just started out of the blue.

Where do I go from here to fix it???

Your help would be most appreciated.

Have a blessed one.

Tom

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Tom,

 

StackHash has to do with your OS.

DEP has to do with your OS.

 

"Liquid Cooling" ..

 

Nothing overheating?

 

No other errors or symptoms?

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vonmar,

Thanks so very much for your reply.

As far as your questions, yes, liquid cooling, No overheating and No other errors or symptoms.

 

Late last night, I remembered that FSDreamTeam d/l an update for GSX while in P3D - which is the way they prefer updating. After the internal update, it regenerated an airport cache.

It took forever for it to finish.

 

Well, "me thought" - I'll go into the dll.xml and see it the "add-on" manager was there - and it was.  I deleted that particular entry, saved the file - AND P3D was back to normal.

I reinstalled GSX (d/l from vendor w/update included) and it installed, put the dll.xml "add-on" entry and P3d worked fine...

 

So, in summary, GSX's update corrupted the .dll - and caused the error.  At least that's what "me thinks"??

 

Thanks again and have a blessed one.

 

Tom

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Tom,

 

I have this in my dll.xml for FSX and P3D:

 

<Launch.Addon>
    <Name>Addon Manager</Name>
    <Disabled>False</Disabled>
    <ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad>
    <Path>bglmanx.dll</Path>
  </Launch.Addon>

 

Is this what you deleted?

I never thought I should mess with it?

 

"Late last night, I remembered that FSDreamTeam d/l an update for GSX while in P3D - which is the way they prefer updating. After the internal update, it regenerated an airport cache.

It took forever for it to finish."

 

I got the cache thing also but after it did its thing all was ok.

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vonmar,

That's exactly what I deleted and P3D worked.  Then reinstalled GSX, it put the entry back in and all was fine with P3d.

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Tom,

 

Ok I see.

Thanks for the follow up.

 

I do not own GSX so never had to install or worry about it.

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vonmar,

Thanks so much for your help and interest.

It's tough when "all is well" for months, then goes haywire....

All is well for now.

Have a blessed one,

Tom

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