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EZCA causing P3D not to start

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Hey,

 

I'm currently setting up P3D next to FSX. At all all worked fine with some tutorials and so I wanted to do some flights. For that I need EZCA to fly inside the VC.

 

But EZCA is causing P3D to abort the start with the error "Prepar3D.exe is not working....searching for a solution via internet". And ECZA says simulatouns "FSX process not found".

 

In FSx it's working :) Do you havy an idea?

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Hey,

 

I'm currently setting up P3D next to FSX. At all all worked fine with some tutorials and so I wanted to do some flights. For that I need EZCA to fly inside the VC.

 

But EZCA is causing P3D to abort the start with the error "Prepar3D.exe is not working....searching for a solution via internet". And ECZA says simulatouns "FSX process not found".

 

In FSx it's working :) Do you havy an idea?

you don't indicate which versions of ezdoc or p3d, however if you have p3d v2 your best bet is to install beta 1.18.5 (or 1.18.6), the following link is a guide how to install into p3dv2

 

http://www.simforums.com/forums/ezca-1185-beta-available-for-download_topic51089.html

 

bob

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@onebob

I use the latest versions of both programs. EZCA 1.18.6 and P3D 2.5 with the latest hotfix.

 

And of course I already read the link as I got the download from that side. But I can not find a specific problem/answer their to my problem. It's most about FSX installation.

 

I now tried to remove the entry from the dll.xml but the problem still occurs. No idea why P3D is crashing on startup? I would really like to try P3D :/

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Rename the dll.xml and the prepar3d.cfg file and let P3D rebuild and see if that get's you started.

 

Vic

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There is ezca.exe specifically made for P3D. Make sure that's the one you have to use. You can get it on the flight1 forum

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