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F-86 Causes Prepar3d application to crash

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When selecting the F-86 aircraft the program will run fin until I select the same aircraft but different skin, or when, for instance, selecting A2A Cessna Skyhawk after the F-86 Prepar3d application will crash.  I have scanned my computer and it is free of malware ect.  Here is the fault I get:

Problem signature

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH

Application Name: Prepar3d.exe

Application Version: 1.4.4747.0

Application Timestamp: 50253a53

Fault Module Name: StackHash_7695

Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.18229

Fault Module Timestamp: 51fb1072

Exception Code: c0000374

Exception Offset: 000ce753

OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3

Locale ID: 1033

Additional Information 1: 7695

Additional Information 2: 769595e197b302907825ec7509292c5a

Additional Information 3: d418

Additional Information 4: d4188def81a6890fddfb219876e49256

 

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Two things... one, you must register on our forums for all support issues and, two, we do not provide support for P3D at this time...  nor with this product.

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Thank you for your response.  Please post on your product website that MILVIZ provides no support for products that are used with Prepar3d.

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It does say FSX and there is nothing about P3D.  That should tell you right there...

 

However, we will do as you suggest.

 

That said, we do now have a P3D support forum for our products and, you can ask...  if a dev has the answer...  then you're good to go.  It's at their discretion.

 

Your call.


I do now remember one of the coders saying that it's a good idea to restart the sim after having flown a high end product... 

 

As well, the fact that it's crashing AFTER you finish flying it...  well...  that's not so bad....

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