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MSVCR80.dll Crash

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I've heard of this cropping up and a search of the forums doesn't really yield any solutions that are working for me. It'll happen as soon as I move my controllers (throttles), which are all programmed through fsuipc. 

 

 

Problem signature:

  Problem Event Name: BEX

  Application Name: fsx.exe

  Application Version: 10.0.61472.0

  Application Timestamp: 475e17d3

  Fault Module Name: MSVCR80.dll

  Fault Module Version: 8.0.50727.6195

  Fault Module Timestamp: 4dcddbf3

  Exception Offset: 00008aa0

  Exception Code: c000000d

  Exception Data: 00000000

  OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.768.3

  Locale ID: 1033

  Additional Information 1: 2e88

  Additional Information 2: 2e88e4e14ecd6a84a26aa264030e8d02

  Additional Information 3: 13fb

  Additional Information 4: 13fba8a7e93b7fcee23a8c94da19e096

 

I've had to add MSVCR80.dll to my system32 directory because it was missing, and causing problems loading Flight1 (coolsky) DC9- this was directed by their forums- I'm not sure if it's the cause of my new crash or not, because removal of this module from system32 causes my DC9 not to load. 

 

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I found quite a few instances- in order to remove them (Since they are always in use, and locked) I guess I'd have to boot into safe mode? 

 

Also- the links that you posted seem to redirect back onto this forum topic?

 

Thank you so far for your help

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I found quite a few instances- in order to remove them (Since they are always in use, and locked) I guess I'd have to boot into safe mode?

Sounds like you have User Access Controls turned on. Disable and try to uninstall again. You will to remove the 2005 version only. Nothing else as your error does not include anything else.

 

Best regards,

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Ah ok! Thanks... UAC is disabled since windows install- let me give the above a try and I'll report back!

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