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I get this chime from FSUIPC which I think is warning me that I'm close to OOM.  It usually happened on approach and landing, but sometimes can happen after departure.  I have an I7 with 8 gigs of ram.  I have FSX with WOAI, RC (Radar Contact), UTX, FSUIPC, and no addon planes.  Sometimes FSX crashes saying it ran out of memory, and other times it doesn't.  This is really annoying me though.  So is there anything I can do to make this not happen anymore?  Or is there any tweak I can do? Thanks very much and I sure hope I can get this solved.

 

 

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you can try to turn your sliders back a tad  to see if it helps


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you can try to turn your sliders back a tad  to see if it helps

OK, I don't know if it will do much though.

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The FSUIPC dings telling you that you are running low on memory indicates you are running low on Virtual Address Space (VAS). You can have lots of system RAM and a huge pagefile but you can still run out of memory if you run out of VAS (you only get 4GB's at the max). So, if you have your settings set high, it will use VAS much faster and usually will start running low after an hour flight, sometimes sooner depending on what you have loaded. The only known solution is to reduce your fsx/display driver settings. More information about VAS can be found in the AVSIM CTD Guide.

 

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The FSUIPC dings telling you that you are running low on memory indicates you are running low on Virtual Address Space (VAS). You can have lots of system RAM and a huge pagefile but you can still run out of memory if you run out of VAS (you only get 4GB's at the max). So, if you have your settings set high, it will use VAS much faster and usually will start running low after an hour flight, sometimes sooner depending on what you have loaded. The only known solution is to reduce your fsx/display driver settings. More information about VAS can be found in the AVSIM CTD Guide.

 

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OK, I will try turning down the settings somewhat.  Thanks for your help.

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