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Odd pulsing in and out view.

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Making a flight with Track IR on, EZCA on and ASN on.

 

I can be flying along and all of a sudden the cockpit will start pulsing closer and further away from my eyes till it gets out of control then bam, black screen but I can only see myself in spot plane view.
 
This happens rarely but now it's happening all day today on the same flight from 42AK to PARY in A2A's Comanche with the GTN 750.
 
It has been happening 45 minutes into the flight.  It doesn't crash the sim.  I can get spot plane view all I want but when I try inside views I get them only for a split second before the screen goes black.  The plane keeps flying.
 
 
I made this same flight yesterday in the opposite direction with ASN on, Track IR on, and EZCA on with no problems.  It is frustrating and baffling.
 
I hope my FSX isn't beyond repair.
 
EZCA Version 1.16 and Track IR version Driver 5.2.200.
 
GSX Gold and Win 7.
 
Specs:
 
Jetline Hellfire GT2 PC
Win 7 Pro 64
CM Storm Scout II Advanced case
ASRock Fatal1ty Z97 Pro, Intel LGA 1150 mobo
i7 4790 Quad Core 4.66 GHz
Corsair Hydro H80i Liquid Cooling
8 GB Trident X DDR3 SDRAM 2133 MHz
500 GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD
500 GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD
 
4 GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 - Driver GeForce 344.65 WHQL
NV Inspector version - 1.9.6.5
 
Creative Sound Blaster Z SBX 
Integrated High Speed Network 10/100/1000
802.11n WiFi card
750 Watt Corsair RM Power Supply
20x DVD/CD Burner
Creative A250 3-Piece Speaker System
Creative Fatal1ty headset
FSX Gold
Saitek PZ44 Yoke & throttle
Saitek PZ35 Pro Flight Rudder Pedals
Samsung S27A550H Monitor
 
ORBX
Trees HD
England regional
Scotland regional
Wales regional
Sumburgh Scotland
Ireland regional
Northern Ireland regional
Australia regional
FTX Global
Northern California
Pacific Northwest
Central Rocky Mountains
Northern Rocky Mountains
Pacific Fjords
Sedona Arizona - KSEZ
Jackson Hole - KJAC
EGPB - Sumburgh, Lerwick, Scotland
EGFF - Cardiff, Wales
Yellowstone - KWYS
Southern Alaska
Pago Pago - NSTU
Seiku 11S
Kenai Alaska PAEN
Homer Alaska - PAHO
 
ORBX airports FREE
7WA3 - West Wind NOT in GTN
2S1 - Vashon Island also WA69 on Vashon Island
2S1 is in GTN but WA69 is not.
CEJ4 - Claresholm, Alberta.  It is in GTN but .2 miles away.
CEN4 - High River Regional, Alberta.  In GTN but .5 miles away.
KHQM - Bowerman.  It is in GTN, and airport map too.
 
PDX city, just the city of Portland, very nice.
 
Track IR 5 S/N 245800
Driver 5.2.200
 
EZCA version: 1.16
 

Active Sky Next 

 
REX4 HD & Soft Clouds - Not installed - Yet
 
FS DreamTeam:
GSX
 
AOA FlightWork video lessons for 737-NGX
 
Crazy Creatives:
L41 Marble Canyon
 
Flightbeam:
KSFO - San Francisco
KIAD - Dulles
 
Flight1:
All UTX's
UT2
GTN750 GPS
 
Scenery Tech:
Indo-Pacific landclass
North America
Europe
 
UK 2000:
EGKK - Gatwick v 3.3
 
Fly Tampa:
KTPA - Tampa
KBOS - Boston
OMDB - Dubai
TNCM - St. Maarten & TFFJ, SABA
TVSB, TVSM, TVSC, TVSU, TGPZ - Grenadines 
LOWW - Vienna
 
Aerosoft:
PFPX
TOPCAT
Approaching Innsbruck - LOWI
Nice - LFMN
 
Taxi 2 Gate:
TLPC - St. Lucia - George F.L. Charles
 
Aircraft:
 
Aerosoft:
Twin Otter
 
Flight1:
Mustang
 
Carenado:
Cessna C337H Skymaster
 
RealAir:
Duke Turbine V2
Lancair
 
A2A:
172
182
Cherokee
Comanche
 
PMDG:
737-NGX
600/700 add on planes
 
Lionheart:
Kodak Quest
 
Lotus Simulations:
L-39 Albatross 
 

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hypoxia ? 

Yeah, hypoxia.  That's the ticket.  I have my room where I fly FSX set to above 10,000 feet and no oxygen.

 

:blink:

Yes, my bust you're right.  It IS hypoxia.

 

I lowered my altitude and sure enough I get my views back WITHOUT EZCA or Track IR running!  It's A2A!

 

Thanks.

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Yes we model Hypoxia as you go up so certainly be careful as you fly.

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Thanks Lewis, I LOVE your products and SCOUR your manuals when I buy a plane but I do not remember reading anywhere about hypoxia. It makes perfect sense. But dang, I was going crazy.

 

Talk about realism. You guys are the masters of GA planes, bar none!

 

This will help now.

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Wow!  I'll have to file this away for future reference.

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You ought to try it. At first the screen moves slowly back and forward. Then more rapidly. And finally the screen goes black. Buuuut, when you're blacked out you lose all controls too, you can't control engine or flight controls. So if you're on A/P basically what will happen is what unfortunately happened to Payne Stuart the golfer several years ago. But if you catch it in time you can recover if you descend fast enough. They were pretty clever at A2A. I thought my PC was messing up.

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Thanks guys glad you are liking the simulation, remember for those moments when you just want to get up and fly withou worrying about a pre-flight etc just use the shift + 3 DAMAGE button to turn it all on or off. Perfect for when the kids are taking a nap and have time for a quick 15min flight! ^_^
 

 

cheers,

Lewis

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Yes, my bust you're right.  It IS hypoxia.

Great, glad to hear it  :rolleyes:

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Talk about realism. You guys are the masters of GA planes, bar none!

Very true indeed  B)

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