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FSUIPC4.95 crashes P3Dv3.2 anybody?

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I'm having a weird problem with FSUIPC4.95 install crashing my vanilla P3Dv3.2 in Win10 x64 on each first launch of P3D. It took me 4 days of research, multiple uninstalls and Acronis recover to pin this problem down to FSUIPC4.95 install. I would never imagine FSUIPC could do that to me.   ))

 

So, to some reason each time when I reboot my pc and launch P3D first time I hear some Win10 system chimes followed by Errpr: "Prepar3D exe has stopped working". I close the program and launch P3D again. Second launch produces only the chimes but no Errors and all seems to work OK after that, no matter how many launches I make. Soon as I reboot - the story repeats the same. Very weird.

 

If I edit FSUIPC entry in DLL.XML to Disabled>True< the problem is gone, no chimes no messages. Please help.

 

Thanks,

Dirk.

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I'm having a weird problem with FSUIPC4.95 install crashing my vanilla P3Dv3.2 in Win10 x64 on each first launch of P3D. It took me 4 days of research, multiple uninstalls and Acronis recover to pin this problem down to FSUIPC4.95 install. I would never imagine FSUIPC could do that to me. ))

 

So, to some reason each time when I reboot my pc and launch P3D first time I hear some Win10 system chimes followed by Errpr: "Prepar3D exe has stopped working". I close the program and launch P3D again. Second launch produces only the chimes but no Errors and all seems to work OK after that, no matter how many launches I make. Soon as I reboot - the story repeats the same. Very weird.

 

If I edit FSUIPC entry in DLL.XML to Disabled>True< the problem is gone, no chimes no messages. Please help.

 

Thanks,

Dirk.

Pete Dowson, the author of FSUIPC has his own support forum at: http://forum.simflight.com/forum/30-fsuipc-support-pete-dowson-modules/

 

Might be best to inquire there, as you can get help directly from the creator of the software.


Jim Barrett

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I would never imagine FSUIPC could do that to me.   ))

 

You apparently posted on my support forum before here, but didn't wait for a reply?

 

You later posted there that you solved your problem by sorting out corrupt weather files, by the look of it (though I think you thought othewise). But since you posted no log or other crash information there's no way I could have helped you yet in any case.

 

And why not just deal with problems like this is the correct forum, please?

 

Pete


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If I edit FSUIPC entry in DLL.XML to Disabled>True< the problem is gone, no chimes no messages. Please help.

 

Dirk, have you checked whether there is a double entry of fsuipc (or any other addon) in the respective dll.xml in the user name\AppData\Roaming\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3 and ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v3 folders?

 

I while ago, I experienced a weather.dll crash when closing P3D, until I found the fsuipc entry was present both in the dll.xlm under AppData... and in the dll.xml of the ProgramData folder, which is the recommended place by LM. It could also be an other DLL that causes the crash.


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Chris Keller

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