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I was about 100 miles off the coast of Italy, ready to start my decent after a long flight from JFK... When Window's blue hula-hoop of death appears, then FSX crashes!!!! :mad: I can't explain my rage especially after the Italy incident. I just want to throw my computer out the window and jump up and down on it. As I am writing this I am doing a flight... I hear the sound stop, I look over, and guess what? FSX has crashed!!! :mad:  :mad:  :mad: 

Can I get any help? (I have already tried The UIcore fix). I don't think its my computer because it is fairly new, and I got it specifically for FSX and gaming. 

 

 

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Turn down the settings and be very careful what addons you install and mix together. You say nothing about your computer and FSX setup, so it's hard to give any specific advice to try and help you.

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First things first: Are you getting a BSOD or is FSX crashing?  There is a difference.

 

You mention a BSOD, then FSX crashes. If you get a BSOD, then your O/S has crashed not FSX.

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I was about 100 miles off the coast of Italy, ready to start my decent after a long flight from JFK... When Window's blue hula-hoop of death appears, then FSX crashes!!!! :mad: I can't explain my rage especially after the Italy incident. I just want to throw my computer out the window and jump up and down on it. As I am writing this I am doing a flight... I hear the sound stop, I look over, and guess what? FSX has crashed!!! :mad:  :mad:  :mad:

Can I get any help? (I have already tried The UIcore fix). I don't think its my computer because it is fairly new, and I got it specifically for FSX and gaming. 

Delete your current 'UIAUTOMATION.DLL' file. You'll find it in the FSX root folder.  Next time you boot FSX it will build another one that will stop you getting CTD's.

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Never knew FSX generates dlls on the "fly" like that.

 

Are you sure you don't mean his FSX.cfg file?

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He said nothing about BSOD. Sounds like a classic OOM to me.

 

I think his description of a blue hula-hoop of death is the same as a blue screen of death.

 

Although he says he gets a BSOD then FSX crashes, although that would normally happen at the same time, not BSOD then FSX crashes like its still running in the background.

 

 

 

 


When Window's blue hula-hoop of death appears, then FSX crashes!!!!

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By"blue hula hoop of death" I think he means the W7 "hourglass"... Spinning blue circle.

 

That would indicate an FS crash, not an OS crash.

 

 

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He said nothing about BSOD. Sounds like a classic OOM to me.

I did ask if he was getting either or, because to me the way it was posted was confusing.

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Never knew FSX generates dlls on the "fly" like that.

 

It doesn't.

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Check out the AVSIM Configuration Guide for recommended settings.  What CPU do you own.  You have an i7 but is it a 2600K, 4770K?

 

Best regards,

Jim

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On ‎11‎/‎16‎/‎2013 at 1:29 PM, doorstep said:

Delete your current 'UIAUTOMATION.DLL' file. You'll find it in the FSX root folder.  Next time you boot FSX it will build another one that will stop you getting CTD's.

Noice this works!!!

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