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FSX Fatal error and autopilot pitches nose when approaching

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I'm getting those fatal errors during flight with DX9 but when i switch to DX10 i dont have this problem. I dont want to use DX10 bcuz i like my enb and DX10 has odd graphics. I have the UiAutomaticore.dll in my FSX folder already. Is there something to do with the enb? 2. I have noticed that when i'm in the LOC mode before GS in the speed of 180knots my posky 737 nose is really pithed up like in the take off. Thanks.

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Is there something to do with the enb?


If not configured properly it could be the ENB module.  You need to download and run AppCrashView - and copy and paste the crash report here.  The AVSIM CTD Guide, located to this right of this forum under Hot Spots, provides more information about the ENB module.


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