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Hey all!

 

Ive been simming a while now. Got a new desktop so i reinstalled some of the addons on P3D. 

Everything has been working fine. 

 

I setup my Saitek Switch and Multi Panels and had trouble linking them up to A2A C172 so I downloaded and installed SPAD and changed a few settings in A2A C172 configurator.

 

All of a sudden, everytime I click ok to start a flight, I crash to desktop??? WTH?!

 

My appcrashviewer log is below. 

 

Hope someone can help!

 

Version=1
EventType=APPCRASH
EventTime=130825632423670156
ReportType=2
Consent=1
UploadTime=130825632424530980
ReportIdentifier=71c23f3e-352b-11e5-826b-eb94470e2588
IntegratorReportIdentifier=71c23f3d-352b-11e5-826b-eb94470e2588
WOW64=1
NsAppName=Prepar3D.exe
Response.BucketId=bf659274fcf9d998fd6b2300940e2c3a
Response.BucketTable=1
Response.LegacyBucketId=73915767116
Response.type=4
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Sig[2].Name=Application Timestamp
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Sig[3].Name=Fault Module Name
Sig[3].Value=KERNEL32.DLL
Sig[4].Name=Fault Module Version
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Sig[5].Name=Fault Module Timestamp
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Sig[6].Name=Exception Code
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Sig[7].Name=Exception Offset
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DynamicSig[1].Name=OS Version
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DynamicSig[2].Name=Locale ID
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UI[2]=C:\Program Files (x86)\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2\Prepar3D.exe
UI[3]=Prepar3D exe has stopped working
UI[4]=Windows can check online for a solution to the problem.
UI[5]=Check online for a solution and close the program
UI[6]=Check online for a solution later and close the program
UI[7]=Close the program
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Cheers thanks!
 
Specs are 
4790K, 16Gb 2400mhz ram, GTX 970, Asus Maixmus Hero. Nothing overclocked.

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I setup my Saitek Switch and Multi Panels and had trouble linking them up to A2A C172 so I downloaded and installed SPAD and changed a few settings in A2A C172 configurator.
All of a sudden, everytime I click ok to start a flight, I crash to desktop?

 

Your crash report indicates Kernel32.dll is the faulting module.  According to the AVSIM CTD Guide, this is likely caused by high settings.   You can try moving your P3D.cfg over to a temporary folder and then restarting P3D.  The config will be rebuilt with the default settings and NO tweaks (yeah!).  Now see if the crashes continue.  If so, it is not your config and you can move the one you moved to the temporary folder back over to replace the one that was rebuilt.

 

If the crashes continue, try a different aircraft than the A2A C172 and see if this stops the crashes.  If so, then there is a problem with the A2A C172 configuration.  You will probably have to contact A2A and see if there is a fix.

 

Best regards,

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Your crash report indicates Kernel32.dll is the faulting module. According to the AVSIM CTD Guide, this is likely caused by high settings. You can try moving your P3D.cfg over to a temporary folder and then restarting P3D. The config will be rebuilt with the default settings and NO tweaks (yeah!). Now see if the crashes continue. If so, it is not your config and you can move the one you moved to the temporary folder back over to replace the one that was rebuilt.

 

If the crashes continue, try a different aircraft than the A2A C172 and see if this stops the crashes. If so, then there is a problem with the A2A C172 configuration. You will probably have to contact A2A and see if there is a fix.

 

Best regards,

 

Strange because I was getting the OOM errors but I dropped my settings and everything was fine.

I'll give the default cfg trick a go tonight when I'm home from work.

I tried uninstalling SPAD, (thought since it's still only a beta version it may be cocking something up) that's didn't work.

I did try a different aircraft and that didn't seem to help either.

 

Thanks Jim, I'll give it a shot tonight

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After uninstalling A2A c172 and all the panel addons it's STILL crashing!

 

Still getting the kernel32.dll problem.

 

I think I'll uninstall everything and start again.

 

Thanks anyway

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I get the kernel32.dll error a lot especially when I'm shutting P3D or FSX down. Indicates to me my resources are down. Still have a lot of virtual address space but my resources are down. I don't recall getting the error during use of the sim. I like high settings (LOD_Radius 6.5 and Texture_Max_Load 4096 in FSX) and love to test my flight sim to see how far I can go before crashes start happening. I know that many of my great addons, like PMDG aircraft, ASN for weather, REX4 for some neat cloud textures/water, photoscenery, and the latest GEX/UTX for my non-photoscenery flying areas will only take up many more resources. But I'm aware of the problem and it does not bother me anymore. I accept the fact that I have to watch my settings and addons. I just try to keep my PC tuned, drivers updated, and prepare myself for possible CTD's or freezes. Unfortunately that's the game we play with this hobby. "Man has to know his limitations".....

 

I hope you can get your issues straightened out and you can enjoy your addons w/o too many more crashes. Hang in there!

 

Best regards,

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OMG i figured it out, and i have absolutely no idea how it was this!!!!

 

I have a small 15.6" AOC portable screen that works via USB 3.0. 

I had it in landscape orientation so i could use it to put my PFD, MFD, MCP on there when i was using PMDG 737, then i turned the whole screen on its side to use it as a radio stack for the C172. THAT WAS THE PROBLEM

 

When i turned the screen back to landscape orientation it worked absolutely fine. 

 

My tip off was that i got a DInput8.dll error, i started looking at my graphics setup. 

 

Thank GOD, now back to simming :D

 

I get the kernel32.dll error a lot especially when I'm shutting P3D or FSX down. Indicates to me my resources are down. Still have a lot of virtual address space but my resources are down. I don't recall getting the error during use of the sim. I like high settings (LOD_Radius 6.5 and Texture_Max_Load 4096 in FSX) and love to test my flight sim to see how far I can go before crashes start happening. I know that many of my great addons, like PMDG aircraft, ASN for weather, REX4 for some neat cloud textures/water, photoscenery, and the latest GEX/UTX for my non-photoscenery flying areas will only take up many more resources. But I'm aware of the problem and it does not bother me anymore. I accept the fact that I have to watch my settings and addons. I just try to keep my PC tuned, drivers updated, and prepare myself for possible CTD's or freezes. Unfortunately that's the game we play with this hobby. "Man has to know his limitations".....

I hope you can get your issues straightened out and you can enjoy your addons w/o too many more crashes. Hang in there!

Best regards,

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