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memory could not be written

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I've recently started developing more and more errors in fsx, but I have two major ones.

Firstly, whenever I click on a different window other than FSX, I get a error saying that the memory ould not be written!

Secondly, whenever I try to start FSX using FPS limiter, I get a error saying that it could not load limiter_d3d9.dll - error code 126.

I just reinstalled FS, but no joy.

Can somebody shed some light on this situation?

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Do you have the ENB Series module installed. It references an ENB Series d3d hack. If this is the case, then maybe the following from the AVSIM CTD Guide will help:

D3D9.dll – The d3d9.dll or ntdll.dll is shown as the faulting module in the crash report. This is most likely caused by installation of SweetFX or the ENBSeries Modules. Remove the D3D9.dll modules (there are several) from your main FSX folder. These two hacks of DirectX files have been popular to many FSX/FS9 users but found to be the Source of several CTD’s. Most likely the module is not configured properly for your computer system and you should conduct some searches here on AVSIM and elsewhere for the best configurations. Several members have been extremely successful in getting these modules to work properly. The following ENBSeries files are installed in the main FSX directory and should be moved to a temporary directory if you are seeing crashes or graphics anomalies: D3d9.dll, D3dx9_40.dll, D3dx9_26.dll, and ENBSeries.ini. SweetFX installs the following files that should be moved to a temporary directory if problems occur: D3d9.dll, D3d9.fx, Dxgi.dll, Shader.fx, and the injector.ini.


Also, if you have a fps limiter (maybe in the display driver settings?) then this will cause this error.  Google also says to reinstall your display drivers if the problem continues.


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