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paul777

Unexplained CTD's

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Dear All,

 

Since switching to FSX I have encountered CTD'S with no errors at all. In mid flight FSX freezes and a CTD occurs. I downloaded appcrash and noticed that the cause was the LVLD.dll file. (LVLD B767). So what I did was unistall all the Level DB767 software from my FSX folder. I then restarted my computer and FSX loaded the Aerosoft Airbus and did a flight from EDDM to EGKK. Unfortunately during the flight I had 3 CTD' S with no errors and I can't seem to understand why this keeps happening. My FSX.CFG file has only been tweaked with the HIGMEMFIX=1 and nothing else. I have 6 addon seneries from Aerosoft. I have uninstalled these and reinstalled them I have also deleted my FSX.CFG file and opened FSX to create a new file but still no luck with the CTD'S. I am running windows 7-64bit with I7/2600 CPU/3.40Ghz/12gb with a 2GB Nvidia graphics card. Is there any other procedure I can undertake to stop these CTD'S. My settings in FSX are set to a moderate setting so not to overload my CPU etc.

Any help would be very much appreciated thankyou

Regards

Paul

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I split your post from another CTD.  Posting your issue with someone else's CTD only gets very confusing.

 

 

 


Unfortunately during the flight I had 3 CTD' S with no errors and I can't seem to understand why this keeps happening. My FSX.CFG file has only been tweaked with the HIGMEMFIX=1 and nothing else.

 

I assume you did not see any crash using the AppCrashView program?  AppCrashView interprets Microsoft errors which are used by Microsoft to send a report to Microsoft and they'll see if they can find a fix for your crash.  If you saw no Crash Reports when you opened up AppCrashView, it means your application did not crash and probably froze up during the flight.  However, Microsoft as a solution for those type of "crashes" too.  They post an 'event' and you can see that in the Event Viewer (see page 2 in the AVSIM CTD Guide).  An event is recorded for every thing that has happened to your computer since you last installed Windows.  So that's what you need to look for.  An event.  Most likely fsx just froze up on you during the flight.  Those crashes are just not recorded but there might be something showing in the Event Viewer.  If it just froze up on you and did not crash to desktop (CTD), you should look under "Freezes while loading a flight" and "Freezes During a Flight" on pages 11 and 12 of the CTD Guide.  There are a lot of things that could have happened and you'll just have to investigate it yourself using the suggestions made in the "Rebuilding Configurations" section on pages 2 and 3 of the guide.  For instance, moving the dll.xml to a temporary folder and restarting FSX might fix your problem but unfortunately you won't be able to start up the Aerosoft stuff so the guide tells you just how to disable one or two entries in the dll.xml, restarting FSX and seeing if that fixed the problem.  It's all very simple to do as it is all explained in the AVSIM Guide.  This might help you narrow down the exact reason for the crash(es). 

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,


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