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After installing 7.42 Prepar3d shutsdown

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I just updated to 7.42 everything seems good and about 6-8 mins in Prepar3d shuts down.

I get application error along with .net runtime error. Has anyone else experienced a similar issue after installing 7.42?

Thanks,

Jimmy Mac

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It's Strange,

Prepar3d disappears (or shuts down) and as I wrote this post every time I hit the space bar I get the push to talk sound as if its still connected.

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Try using one of the VOXATC example flightplans with a default P3d aircraft. If you get the same .Net error and CTD  (what is the error BTW?), try a .Net repair:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30135

Unfortunately there are so many add-ons that use the .Net framework that unless someone else experience s the same error, tracking down what's wrong may be difficult. As a last resort you could uninstall and reinstall VOXATC but I tend to think that won't work.

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Try different scenarios, to see if its replicable in other locations.

Also, try disabling all addons to see if you get the same crash then.

I've had a similar issue at EGGP Liverpool, where I experience a CTD at the same point crossing a particular longitudinal point every time.  I have narrowed it down to an apparent scenery problem as the CTD doesnt occur in a completely default condition.

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Thank you both for the responses I will be trying the suggestions today. I also updated the FSDT live update also

this is the .NET Runtime error

Application: Prepar3D.exe

Framework Version: v4.0.30319

Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception.

Exception Info: exception code c0000005, exception address 00007FFCD9343BB0

Stack:

Thanks,

Jimmy Mac

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