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Crash To Desktop (CTD) - MSVCR100.dll

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I'm hoping this is the correct place to post this as I do not see a CTD sub-forum like in the FSX forum.

 

I have been having intermittent CTD's all pointing to the same file, MSVCR100.dll. I have posted the entry in the event log below:

 

Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 2.0.9448.0, time stamp: 0x528edbf4
Faulting module name: MSVCR100.dll, version: 10.0.40219.325, time stamp: 0x4df2be1e
Exception code: 0x40000015
Fault offset: 0x0008d6fd
Faulting process id: 0x2284
Faulting application start time: 0x01cef2b5c5a7cd84
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2\Prepar3D.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\MSVCR100.dll
Report Id: 4009bea9-5ebd-11e3-a2bf-3c970e67be26
 
I have this CTD with different planes (payware and P3D) and seems to be scenery independent. The only consistency I seem to have is if I minimize the P3D window for awhile (> 5 minutes) then the sim crashes and that entry is made in the event log.
 
Is anyone else having this problem? If yes, have you managed to solve it?

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It's more than likely that its one of the addons you have installed that is causing this problem.

 

The only way to narrow this down is to remove each plane that you have added and see if the problem goes away.

 

Once you have removed all the planes you have installed and the problem is still there, then your only option would be to reinstall P3D and start again.

 

Bear in mind that although developers may have said that their addons are P3D ready, that does not mean they are compatible.

 

As a matter of interest what have you added?

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As a matter of interest what have you added?

For scenery, I have Orbx PNW and DD Miami City 2012

 

For airports, I have LatinVFR MKJS and MKJP, FSDT KFLL and KJFK v2

 

For weather, I have REX Essentials Plus

 

Aircraft are a bunch of Carenado planes, Quality Wings Avro/RJ and 757, Aerosoft Airbus Extended, and Feel There E-Jets

 

 

 

 

IMO its more of a scenery or utility issue than aircraft. been seeing theses errors and runtime errors a lot around the forums. The most common thing is addon scenery but that means little. Do you by chance have FSUIPC installed?

 

http://www.prepar3d.com/forum-5/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=3919.1

 

 

I have (I think) the latest version of FSUIPC (4.923)

 

I also uninstalled all FSX add-on's, then uninstalled FSX from my system as well as cleaned the registry and defragged the HD before I installed P3D.

 

The post made by c912039 in that link you posted agrees with my findings on this problem. As long as P3D is the active window, I don't have the error but if I minimize P3D or open another app window over it, it crashes.

 

Maybe this is LM's way of ensuring nobody steps away from the cockpit?  :rolleyes:

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intermittent CTD's all pointing to the same file, MSVCR100.dll

 

 

Same bug here and its not a net framework problem ....

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Same bug here and its not a net framework problem ....

True. Somethings trying to talk to something but not. :) They say the default Raptor will do it because it has a lighting overlap. LM changed the coding just enough to screw some things up but not easily replicated.

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Hi I found out what was causing this crash in my setup .. RAASPRO DLL in the P3D DLL

 

 

That makes sense, as I had this crash once before I moved P3D2 to my SSD. On re-install of the AXE I did not install RAAS and haven't seen it since.

 

I'm sure it's only one of many though.

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go in C:\Users\yours \AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2

and delete the raas pro section in the dll xml

 

<Launch.Addon>

<Name>RAASPRO</Name>

<Disabled>False</Disabled>

<ManualLoad>False</ManualLoad>

<Path>.\RAASPRO\RAASPRO.dll</Path>

<DllStartName>module_init</DllStartName>

<DllStopName>module_deinit</DllStopName>

</Launch.Addon>

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Sure that just one of many. There are others having the error with nothing but the default installation.

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There is no need to "remove" that entry. Simply change this single parameter from False to True!

 

<Disabled>True</Disabled>

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Is this an issue with RAAS or Prepar3D v2? Have exactly the same problem, and the only addon installed over the vanilla v2, is Airbus X Extended, which includes a locked copy of RAAS.

 

It's the only addon that I own and would dearly love to enable RAAS for this marvellous AC.

 

Apologies for the thread hijack.

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The MSVCR100.dll belongs to the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 package.  MSV 2010 was installed by LH if not already found on your system and is required for the proper installation of P3DV2.  MSV 2010 is also used by PMDG since the PMDG 737NGX.  So, the problem could be with any of those programs. You had a runtime software exception (0x40000015) which means something is not installed correctly.  It could be RAAS and you can test that by disabling the module through the dll.xml as Bill (n4gix).  I think it is in your P3DV2 installation.  I would uninstall/reinstall (if disabling RAAS does not work). 

 

Best regards,

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In my experience it is not related to RAAS, or any other add-on. It happened here after a clean install, minimized and with AI traffic. Although LM doesn't agree (yet) it seems it has everything to do with AI traffic, be it default or add-on. The reason I hold on to this is because the error occurs faster during day time than during night hours (in the sim). I'm no expert at all, but it looks like something internal in P3D happens when a AI plane enters the scene (gets active) and causes the error.

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Many thanks for the replies gents, much appreciated. OK, this is what is happening.

 

Fresh install of Win7 with updates + installs of MSV 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2012.

 

Fresh install of P3D v2 + FSX

 

RAAS works fine in FSX, no CTD

 

RAAS causes runtime software exception (0x40000015) when enabled in P3D v2. When I disable the dll RAAS entry as per Bill's post, no more runtime exception CTD.

 

From this, I can only assume that RAAS is causing the issue and is not fully compatible with P3D v2 or legacy mode for that matter?

 

The funny thing is, the CTD ONLY happens when the sim tries to reload following an aircraft crash, overstress or water splash.

 

 

System specs: 2600k i7 @ 4.6 Ghz, GTX Titan GFX, 16Gb of Corsair Dominator.

 

 

 

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I confirm, it's caused by RAAS in Prepar3d v2.2. I tried it with an old installation and a new one. It's definitely caused by that plugin. I don't know if it's an issue related directly to RAAS, or an incompatibility between P3D and RAAS. It can be replicated with RAAS related entry inside dll.xml, switching Disabled entry from False to True, and back. Click on Reset link in Flights menu. Voilà... the issue is replicated for further investigation.

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I had this same crash (on closing prepar3d) with a pretty vanilla 2.3 install (even with nothing in dll.xml etc).. however it cycles between the dll in this thread and atc.dll and generic net framework exceptions (pretty bare bones windows 8.1 U1 x64 install as well).

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I just got this error the day before yesterday too (finally)! So far, I have fixed it by making sure my P3D and/or FSX folder is shared and every sub-folder. I also make sure any addons, like ASN located in separate folders are shared. Sharing is easy. Just go to the folder, right click it and select properties. Once open, click on sharing and make sure it is shared (if not, it will state Not Shared). Click on Advanced sharing and then click on Share, click on Apply and close. I have flown several flights since getting my error a couple of days ago. Sharing all falls in line with Microsoft Visual C++2010 which the developers used to make sure their product was installed properly. If it is not, then the product will fail. The issue is finding the product that failed. Many of the addons, like RAAS and ASN need to connect through a network to communicate and, if the product is not shared, it most likely will fail.

 

Best regards,

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Really strange the sharing fix works for one but not for others....

 

Hope you are able to find a fix.

 

Best regards,

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