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Hi guys, just a simple question.  What is OOM?  I either never experienced it or don't know what that is....

 

Thanks in advance.

JCPG

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Really?   FS9 user?   VOR in Australia?   Surely you two dudes are very bright boys and so f....n funny.  Brilliant.   You's must real pilots, right?

 

Atzpilot, never happenned to my comp, thanks .

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I don't think the FS9 comment was meant in a spiteful way; FS2004 generally doesn't OOMs, hence the joke, whereas FSX easily OOMs if have certain addons installed.

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No, no I'm not trying to be spiteful at all.  Just joking.  I only thanked atz because he was the one that really answered my question.  Apologies.

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See the AVSIM CTD Guide regarding OOM's and, if you own any PMDG product, go to the Intro document to page, uh... 31, and they have an excellent explanation too. This topic has been beaten to death here at AVSIM and other websites so suspect this is one reason for some joking around here in this topic.

 

Best regards,

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     Hi Jim, nice of you to help here.  But you see, I'm using  Avsim since recently and I'm not aware of something that has been topic long ago.  In fact I'm new at "flying ".  Jokes aside now.  As you can imagine I have to ask silly' questions 'cause I'm really looking for answers and I'm not familiar with some terms and so on.  It can't be so bad to ask... So, I do not appreciate sarcasm from any clever' members just because it's old questions for them.  After all, what is Avsim for?  That's all.  I'll check the doc you mentioned.  

    Thanks Jim.   

 

  Best regards.

 

JCPG              :lol:

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JCPG (what sort of name is that???  :P),

 

having noticed you got a comprehensive answer from Matthew already, I thought "my" OOM would not hurt so much.

 

No offence intended and I faintly remember having been a newbie myself ... about one or two centuries ago, I reckon!!!

 

Here's another concise article, geared at flight simulation and explaining how to deal with those nasty OOMs (not the one in Australia, apparently!):

http://support.precisionmanuals.com/kb/a108/vas-management-stopping-out-of-memory-oom-errors.aspx

 

Have fun with us around here, like we have fun with you.   :rolleyes:

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Ye sure pal...lots of fun, as long as you around isn't it?! And as you say for centuries...  :rolleyes:

 

Kindest possible regards :rolleyes:

 

jcpg (john)   :rolleyes:

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