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R6025 Error is Back in V2.3

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Here we go again. Just got this message..

 

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:    APPCRASH
  Application Name:    Prepar3D.exe
  Application Version:    2.3.11345.0
  Application Timestamp:    53e4d8e6
  Fault Module Name:    MSVCR100.dll
  Fault Module Version:    10.0.40219.325
  Fault Module Timestamp:    4df2be1e
  Exception Code:    40000015
  Exception Offset:    0008d6fd
  OS Version:    6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3
  Locale ID:    2057
  Additional Information 1:    7db0
  Additional Information 2:    7db0a6a08213e66b3806d78f26a842ae
  Additional Information 3:    00c2
  Additional Information 4:    00c2b7c4cd9cc7cc69525fceef250464
 

So it isn't fixed in V2.3. I'll try with tesselation ON but my FPS go down the pan. Grrrr

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Never seen that error in V2.2 or V2.3 and I have tons of add-ons installed. Sounds more like a problem with your system and not P3D. Unstable overclock?

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Hi Traffic Pilot,

 

 

+1 I am a first time user of p3d I have not got any other software installed and I get this error.......I am not sure but some suggest a issue with MS c++ installation

 

Frustrating!!!

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Frustrating!!!

 

Yup. All my c++ installations are current. Have you got tessellation ticked OFF? It seems to be OK with it ticked ON. But then visuals "chug along" despite 60-70fps.

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Why do people blame the software when their Computer setup is at fault.

 

Nothing wrong with my P.C as far as I can see I have all updates installed and everything else FSX/FS9/COD4 work perfectly.

 

Go troll elsewhere.

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I just recently reformated my system and installed v2.3 clean.....nothing was wrong, no errors....

 

Then I updated my .net to the latest build at 4.5.2 & saw this.

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If you have ASN or any other weather program installed, suspect that. Uninstall or disable it via the dll.xml. Try again. This is just a routine Microsoft Visual program (the faulting module belongs to Microsoft Visual C++2010)telling you something is wrong with your installation of a product (and not P3DV2). It's doing what it is suppose to do. Now you just need to find the culprit. If you just had P3DV2 installed and it occurred, yes, it could be a faulty installation of P3DV2 but it is most likely an incompatibility with an addon. As suggested in the AVSIM CTD Guide, you can troubleshoot this problem yourself by disabling each module in the dll.xml and/or disabling any addon scenery (least likely for the cause). From my experience, the runtime error is caused by a program using simconnect.

 

Best regards,

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I recently upgraded from version 2.2 to 2.3 (a clean install).....and I followed all the guidelines for removing files and folders.

 

I believe I received the R6025 error before installing Orbx FTX Global. The R6025 error occurred for sure with Orbx FTX Global installed, otherwise the install is purely a default one, no new planes, or other scenery, etc.

 

I was flying out of KSAN (San Diego) when I experienced the R605 error (see below).

 

I posted this on the LM forum

 

Bill Clark

 

Here is the data from the Application Log:

 

Log Name: Application
Source: Application Error
Date: 8/16/2014 10:54:24 AM
Event ID: 1000
Task Category: (100)
Level: Error
Keywords: Classic
User: N/A
Computer: Bingo-PC
Description:
Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 2.3.11345.0, time stamp: 0x53e4d8e6
Faulting module name: MSVCR100.dll, version: 10.0.40219.325, time stamp: 0x4df2be1e
Exception code: 0x40000015
Fault offset: 0x0008d6fd
Faulting process id: 0xd38
Faulting application start time: 0x01cfb979b0d90141
Faulting application path: E:\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2\Prepar3D.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\MSVCR100.dll
Report Id: 5afb4e90-256e-11e4-9f0e-485b397e1089
Event Xml:
< Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
<System>
<Provider Name="Application Error" />
<EventID Qualifiers="0">1000</EventID>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>100</Task>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2014-08-16T17:54:24.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>34152</EventRecordID>
<Channel>Application</Channel>
<Computer>Bingo-PC</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
<EventData>
<Data>Prepar3D.exe</Data>
<Data>2.3.11345.0</Data>
<Data>53e4d8e6</Data>
<Data>MSVCR100.dll</Data>
<Data>10.0.40219.325</Data>
<Data>4df2be1e</Data>
<Data>40000015</Data>
<Data>0008d6fd</Data>
<Data>d38</Data>
<Data>01cfb979b0d90141</Data>
<Data>E:\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2\Prepar3D.exe</Data>
<Data>C:\Windows\system32\MSVCR100.dll</Data>
<Data>5afb4e90-256e-11e4-9f0e-485b397e1089</Data>
</EventData>
< /Event>

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MSVCR100.dll

 

Same faulting module as I'm getting. What do you have listed in your dll.xml file Bill?

 

Adam

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Hi Bill

 

Sorry to hear you are having this problem too. It appears I was wrong in my post above and your crash was caused by P3DV2.3. Now, we have to wonder, why isn't everyone who downloaded and installed P3DV2.3 getting this runtime error? It seems logical to me that everyone who installed the P3DV2.3 would be having this same problem if there was a programming error made by LM techs. Did you have a weather program activated during the flight? Even the default weather program can cause this error as it has to contact the server via a program like SimConnect and get the latest weather. It could be a sharing or permissions issue too. You should go into the main P3D folder and right click on P3D.exe and select Properties and then click on the Compatibility tab. Look down at the bottom and, under Privilege Level, make sure "Run this program as an administrator" is checked. Under the Security Tab make sure everyone including you as the user is given full control in the "Permissions for Users". Close and try running P3D again.

 

Another reason for the crashes could be a bad installation of P3DV2.3 as there are registry entries that have to be made. Hopefully you right clicked the installation program and selected Run as Administrator and you had UAC off and your anti-virus program temporarily disabled. Most of the time, an application will be installed properly without do all of this but occasionally an entry will not be made or a required file not installed. Although this is a less likely cause of the problem, it should still be considered.

 

Unfortunately, there is no simple solution and you just have to try some of the troubleshooting tips in the AVSIM CTD Guide like disabling modules in your dll.xml and disabling addon scenery and hopefully you will narrow down the culprit. You may even have to try another clean install of P3D.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,

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I spent most of Sunday rolling back and removing addons from P3D V2.3 to see when the R6025 error stopped appearing.

 

With just P3D V2.3 and FTX Global installed the error continued to appear so it looks like it could be a programming error within FTX Global or P3D which only appears on some users PC's. My PC is up to date with all the latest C++ libraries etc.

 

This only occurs with Tessellation ticked OFF. So far haven't seen it with Tessellation ticked ON.

 

But the performance for me with any sort of "real weather" is unacceptable so it looks like I'm off back to FSX DX10 again. Will keep P3D on the PC for now and keep an eye on all the forums.

 

Adam

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Hi Jim,

 

To answer your questions:

 

1) I didn't run and don't have an external weather program. However, I was running default weather.

 

2) I do run P3D as an administrator.

 

3) Any user can run my software as I have disabled UAC.

 

4) The only add-on I have installed is Orbx FTX Global Base.

 

5) When I installed P3D, I did not run as an administrator.

 

6) I do run Microsoft Essentials, a pretty benign anti-virus software package, and I never it shut down as I have installed a lot of stuff over the years with this software running on my PC, without any issues. All my PMDG (777 & 737) software runs without problems, and it was installed with MS Essentials running.

 

7) By the way, there are a number of entries on the LM forum of people experiencing this issue.

 

So my choices are to re-install P3D using all your suggestions, wait to see if LM responds on their forum, or try different combinations of settings like "TrafficPilot" has done in the response above mine.

 

I'm going to play around some more with P3D settings and wait to see what LM's response is to my post and others posts, at least for now.

 

Thanks for your Help,
Bill Clark

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As you may have seen I've posted an annoyed message in their "support" forum (although it appears that most of the support comes from fellow users not Lockheed Martin!).

 

Am also still getting the error with just P3D and FTX Global.

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5) When I installed P3D, I did not run as an administrator.

 You should try a reinstall, "run as admin", just to see if it does make a difference.  A full uninstall may not be necessary, in which case, I would right click the installer, select run as admin, and then select the repair option. Just to see what effect it has. There isn't much to lose at this point, only time.

 

  Jazz

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Bill,

 

I also have Orbx FTX Global Base.

 

I installed the "patch" for P3D update.

 

Initially I got another type of .dll error but it went away after I stopped Active Sky from starting

<Launch.Addon>
<Name>as_connect</Name>
<Disabled>True</Disabled>
<Path>as_srv\as_btstrp.dll</Path>
</Launch.Addon>

Link to post on the error:

http://www.prepar3d.com/forum-5/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=7863

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So, how long do you normally have to wait after starting P3D V2.3 before you get an error?

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vonmar,

 

I don't remember how long it took to get the error, maybe it was couple of minutes into the flight.

 

Jazzfan,

 

After I wait a while, I may try your suggestion, or do a full uninstall and reinstall.

 

TrafficPilot,

 

Yeah, I saw your post...........I've had P3D for a while, but have never posted on LM's website before, or I don't remember if I did.

 

Bill Clark

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I finally got this crash last night after installing the ASN Beta for P3DV2.3. I installed both P3DV2.3 and the ASN Beta with Admin permissions. Had UAC disabled too and I do not use any anti-virus or malware program so did not have to disable those. Still I got the crash about soon after departing KLAX to KSFO. Since I knew others with the ASN Beta were not getting these "pure function calls", I figured it had to be a sharing problem. I checked my P3D folder and it was not shared. I right clicked the folder and selected Properties and then, under the Sharing tab clicked Advanced Sharing and then click on Share. I then clicked on Apply and closed. I did this for the ASN folder too. Tried the same flight from KLAX to KSFO again and this time no crash. May be a fluke, but it worked at least this one time and I have my fingers crossed for many more successes. Hope it works for others too.

 

Best regards,

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Jim did you have tessellation ticked or not?

 

I've just shared my P3D folder as well. Will post results!

 

UPDATE:

 

Unfortunately got the dreaded R6025 within 5 mins of starting a flight with tessellation unticked. It's fine with tessellation ticked just micro stutters even with 40-50fps. Really annoying.

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Last weekend I assembled a new computer with a fresh install of Windows 7 Home Premium.  Installed all Windows upgrades, and installed Microsoft Security Essentials and CoreTemp (to monitor CPU temps during burn-in).

 

Monday evening, I installed Prepar3D 2.3 Full Install (recently purchased), and got all settings to my liking.  I began to receive this error approximately 3 to 5 minutes after takeoff on virtually every flight (with tessellation off).  I suspect since there is no other software installed on this computer that this is a P3D, C++ Runtime Libraries, .net or some other OS related error.  This is definitely NOT caused by any add-on or third party DLL file (since I have none installed).

 

I'm currently flying with tessellation ON, which has eliminated the error, and will continue this way until this issue is resolved.   I actually get smooth performance on my system with tessellation ON (17-4790K currently at 4.4 GHz - will be OC'ed after further use, 8 MB 3000 MHz RAM, EVGA GTX 780ti SuperClocked, ASRock Z97 Formula OC Motherboard).

 

I'm going to continue researching this issue and will share any new information or solution, if found.

 

Gerald

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I have tessellation ON also.

 

Did a KDTW to KGRR in rather nasty Wx today.

ASN beta for P3D v2.3

.. good FPS (30) for me .

No problems.

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If you're getting the "MSVCR100.dll" Error, make sure you install the latest Version of FSUIPC (4.934f). That fixed the error on my PC :D

 

Hope it worked for you too!

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