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Fsx crashed to desktop. Here's the event viewer

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just installed the Denver megasceneryearth. Flew the Pmdg 737. And fsx crashes to the desktop and restarted about 5 min into the flight. Here is what I have from the event viewer.


Running dx9. Windows 7. I7 930 at 4.2. Gtx 970. 12 gb of ram.


Event xmlns="">

- <System>

<Provider Name="Application Error" />

<EventID Qualifiers="0">1000</EventID>




<TimeCreated SystemTime="2015-04-27T20:02:15.000000000Z" />




<Security />


- <EventData>











<Data>C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\fsx.exe</Data>

<Data>C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Microsoft Flight Simulator X\g3d.dll</Data>




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My fsx never crashed before. Until I installed the MSE Denver. I am running 64 bit.


My addonsjust are asn. Rex4. Orbx global. I was running hybrid mode taking off from kjac to kden.


Would running the dx10 fixer with no dx10 effects help?


Sorry for the double post

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The first thing to do when installing FSX is BEFORE any add-ons are installed, create a copy of the FSX folder. That way you can swap FSX versions back to a vanilla fresh install for troubleshooting.


Try DX9 instead?


My guess is that it's probably REX related or an add-on airport or plane, and might be a coincidence that it happened while flying an MSE scenery.


Also check your config, lower your water effects, optimize what you can if you haven't already, etc...


Most common OOM culrpits are high-LOD Radius with too high water effects combining with plane stuff, add-on airports below you. Set Orbx to default while flying MSE unless you are flying over an area that has Orbx airports.

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