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FSpassengers crashes with MCE

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Hello again guys,

 

Recently, i dealed another issue with MCE.

Started normally and loaded also FS passengers.All the procedures and flight were normal.

When i finished flight and tried to repair the aircraft via fs passengers menu fsx crashed.

Tried 2nd time without MCE.On repair of aircraft fsx crashed once more.

I uninstalled MCE to be sure that this is the problem and tried again.

When i finished flight and proceed to repair the aircraft all working well.

 

Kindly Assist,

 

Regards,

Dionysios

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Hello again guys,

 

Recently, i dealed another issue with MCE.

Started normally and loaded also FS passengers.All the procedures and flight were normal.

When i finished flight and tried to repair the aircraft via fs passengers menu fsx crashed.

Tried 2nd time without MCE.On repair of aircraft fsx crashed once more.

I uninstalled MCE to be sure that this is the problem and tried again.

When i finished flight and proceed to repair the aircraft all working well.

 

Kindly Assist,

 

Regards,

Dionysios

 

You don't need to un-install MCE when you want to take the latter out of the equation.

 

Just temporarily rename "fsInsider.dll" to "NO-fsInsider.dll" and not a single instruction related to MCE will execute.

 

None of the dlls in <MCE dlls> folder will load on its own. Only after fsInsider.dll loads, the latter decides which of the dlls in <MCE dlls> folder will need to be loaded based on detected aircraft.

 

If you have the crash when fsInsider.dll is loaded, we may have to look at that. Otherwise it's definitely someone else's problem. I mean whatever other add-on is involved.

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You don't need to un-install MCE when you want to take the latter out of the equation.

 

Just temporarily rename "fsInsider.dll" to "NO-fsInsider.dll" and not a single instruction related to MCE will execute.

 

None of the dlls in <MCE dlls> folder will load on its own. Only after fsInsider.dll loads, the latter decides which of the dlls in <MCE dlls> folder will need to be loaded based on detected aircraft.

 

If you have the crash when fsInsider.dll is loaded, we may have to look at that. Otherwise it's definitely someone else's problem. I mean whatever other add-on is involved.

Thank you again for your quick reply.

I will try as per your instructions and i will provide you  a feedback

 

Regards,

Dionysios

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Hello,

 

I followed your instructions and the results as follows:

- Without muting fsinsider.dll , Fspassengers application crashes fsx.

- When renamed No-fsinsider.dll everything working normal.

Find below a log error for your reference:

 

Description
Faulting Application Path: D:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\FSX\fsx.exe
 
Problem signature
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: fsx.exe
Application Version: 10.0.62615.0
Application Timestamp: 559f9a9a
Fault Module Name: fspassengersx.dll
Fault Module Version: 4.0.0.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 56a2dbbe
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 0005e2c3
OS Version: 10.0.10586.2.0.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 88e8
Additional Information 2: 88e8269260bfe187010ff4170769a390
Additional Information 3: d969
Additional Information 4: d969ffae124ecc3286742be412550bd0
 
Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID: a574aa23a64d898f5b6c1b203726ca8e (107910210245)
 
 
Regards,
Dionysios

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Fault Module Name: fspassengersx.dll

 

This points at a fault in FsPassengers module.

 

Is this the old FsPassengersX version for which there used to be a Demo?

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This points at a fault in FsPassengers module.

 

Is this the old FsPassengersX version for which there used to be a Demo?

No it is the last update of Fspassengers dated 23 January 2016.

Yes sir,

the fault comes to fspassengers module i do not disagree,this doesn't explain the fact that with MCE off everything working normal and when MCE on dealing with crashes.

On my previous issue with MCE the atc.dll was affected and solvedd

Maybe of course you are right and finally MCE is working good and simply fspassengers add on cannot deal with it.

I don't know.....

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No it is the last update of Fspassengers dated 23 January 2016.

Yes sir,

the fault comes to fspassengers module i do not disagree,this doesn't explain the fact that with MCE off everything working normal and when MCE on dealing with crashes.

On my previous issue with MCE the atc.dll was affected and solvedd

Maybe of course you are right and finally MCE is working good and simply fspassengers add on cannot deal with it.

I don't know.....

 

If there is a Demo,  will have a look at it, even though on principle, because all add-ons live in an eco-system where everyone can be blamed, it is usually for the last entrant to do their home work.

 

fsInsider.dll has been debugged over more than a decade, and while it's not impossible for a new bug to crop-up, it usually happens where new code has been added.

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If there is a Demo,  will have a look at it, even though on principle, because all add-ons live in an eco-system where everyone can be blamed, it is usually for the last entrant to do their home work.

 

fsInsider.dll has been debugged over more than a decade, and while it's not impossible for a new bug to crop-up, it usually happens where new code has been added.

No sir is full version of fspassengers registered and paid.

Anyway i understand that this error may come even from fspassengers.

I will note also the support of fspassengers maybe there is a solution.

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