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Dutch1

Eaglesoft Citation X crash.

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I have been having problems with the  Citation X crashing my FSX-SE. I've been doing tests all day with Pro ATC , the X and PMDG 737 NGX. I have no problems with the NGX, as a matter of fact i am getting great FPS and smooth as butter. I am using Taxi2gate MUCL, MUCU, airports as test's and flying to LatinVFR KRSW. with the Citation X I can't even get off the ground, FSX-SE comes to a snail pace and then crash. It's like its sucking the life right out of my Brand new build. I don't get it... I love the X, but i can't fly her anymore....

 

 

 

Robert McDuff

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Hmm, I just finished testing my W7 FSX:SE installation for a customer in our forums and found zero defects or issues.

Perhaps you can elaborate in our forums because we don't do product support at Avsim. :wink:

Just tested the W10 FSX:SE install with no issues there as well.

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Ok Ron, I'm sure your thinking operator error  :fool: , and you are right...lol...i had just started to mess with DX10 that morning. I'm not sure what i did, but the X did not like it!!! So I rebuilt my FSX.cfg and reinstalled the X. Right now i am flying from LatinVFR's MKJP to LatinVFR's in the X...not a problem...heck I'm getting 70fps + darn near maxed out settings in FSX-SE and smooth as butter.

 

thanks for answering, Bob McDuff

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Haha, sorry to agree Dutch, but we knew that our results differed greatly so it had to be local machine, installation, or operator error.

In fact, about 85%-95% of our CX support falls loosely to one or more of those categories

Glad to hear it's sorted and that you are enjoying the flight.B)

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