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FS9.1 Error Messages !

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Guest sb55mv

Hi All,does anyone actually know what this means, or is it some kind of secret code, I hope in the next version we will be able to see a clearer reason for the failure, this is somewhat vague to me, below is the error report, I have had this many times.The description for Event ID ( 1000 ) in Source ( Microsoft Flight Simulator 9.0 ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event: fs9.exe, 9.1.0.40901, g2d.dll, 9.1.0.40901, 00087224.Specs are,Win XP Pro, SP2ABIT IC7 MAX3 800MB FSBIntel Pentium 4 Northwood 3.0 Seagate Barracuda 160 Gig Serial AT HDD.1024MB Corsair Extreme Low Latency CAS 2 RAM.Vantec Stealth 550W PSU.ATI X850 PE 512MB.Hercules Digifire 7.1 Sound Card.

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Guest ssurjap

When did this start happening? Has it been happening since you installed the patch for 9.1? Did you add any new planes or scenery?

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Guest sb55mv

Hi Steven,I'm not sure if this is a system fault or not to be honest, I have been having this for ages at different times, even before the 9.1 up-date, but I am up to date with everything,thanks anyway.

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Guest firehawk44

I think if you run a search for g2d.dll, you'll find the error was most likely caused by a bad installation of your video card. So, if you very recently upgraded your video card drivers, I would recommend a reinstallation.But I do agree the next version of Windows should more clearly identify the cause of these errors and provide better feedback. I google'd "g2d.dll" over a year ago and found some interesting threads concerning this dll. As I recall, some geek disected this dll for someone and stated it works with the infamous sim1.dll providing instantaneous instructions/calls to run FS9. He/she went on to state that FS9 is extremely graphics intensive and, if everything isn't working perfectly (including hardware like your video card), it will cause a crash.Hope this helps!Jim

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Guest sb55mv

Hi Guy's.Points taken,however, I have just turned down my anti aliasing, and anisotropic settings by one notch each, and so far so good.maybe I was just pushing the Sim a bit too far, I haven't had any more repeats of this yet, every system is so unique in their own rights etc, there really is no "one setting for all" so to speak unfortunately,thanks anyway.

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