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Hi! I have an CTD in P3Dv4.5. Some smart PC. Plt how own a solution for my issue?
 
 
- <System>
  <Provider Name="Application Error" />
  <EventID Qualifiers="0">1000</EventID>
  <Level>2</Level>
  <Task>100</Task>
  <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
  <TimeCreated SystemTime="2019-05-01T19:48:58.356303800Z" />
  <EventRecordID>16107</EventRecordID>
  <Channel>Application</Channel>
  <Computer>N/A</Computer>
  <Security />
  </System>
- <EventData>
  <Data>Prepar3D.exe</Data>
  <Data>4.5.11.29713</Data>
  <Data>5ca56c53</Data>
  <Data>clr.dll</Data>
  <Data>4.7.3362.0</Data>
  <Data>5c2fcfd4</Data>
  <Data>c0000409</Data>
  <Data>000000000030432c</Data>
  <Data>15ec</Data>
  <Data>01d5004f8f385d71</Data>
  <Data>C:\P3D\Prepar3D.exe</Data>
  <Data>C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\clr.dll</Data>
  <Data>7a81d441-6f0f-4c21-9e5f-0282f17d792a</Data>
  <Data />
  <Data />
  </EventData>
  </Event>

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I'm guessing as there is not enough information here to go on.  This does not appear to have anything to do with P3D.  As a guess, I believe you either have a virus of some sort or your overclock is too high.  I would look at both.

In the future, you may wish to use AppCrashView to look at an provide information on your crashes.

 

Best wishes!

 

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Hi! Dave! Thank´s for info! My configuration does not include heavy overclocking. Possible a virus. I will take  look. I use App-crash View.

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EventTime=132011264392336833
ReportType=2
Consent=1
UploadTime=132011264401137987
ReportStatus=268566528
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TargetAsId=12634
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IsFatal=1
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The error report you posted (above) appears to be a different error than the first one you posted.  This error is a KERNELBASE.dll error and you can read more about this error in the AVSIM CTD Guide which is located at the right of most every AVSIM Webpage.

If you feel you're overclock isn't too high, then it's likely one of your overclock settings (if it's not Malware causing this).

Can you please post your complete computer specs?  Type of computer and processor you're showing in your signature is not capable of running at 4.77GHz and I don't it's capable of running P3Dv4 as it's only a 32-bit computer.

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, DaveCT2003 said:

The error report you posted (above) appears to be a different error than the first one you posted.  This error is a KERNELBASE.dll error and you can read more about this error in the AVSIM CTD Guide which is located at the right of most every AVSIM Webpage.

If you feel you're overclock isn't too high, then it's likely one of your overclock settings (if it's not Malware causing this).

Can you please post your complete computer specs?  Type of computer and processor you're showing in your signature is not capable of running at 4.77GHz and I don't it's capable of running P3Dv4 as it's only a 32-bit computer.

 

 

 

Yes, my PC: Win10 Pro. 1080Ti. DDR4 16GB. i7-7700K. Z170-Gaming K3. Aorus Engine GPU Boost Clock 1620MHz. Memory Clock 11010MHz.

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4 hours ago, Wennerholm said:

Yes, my PC: Win10 Pro. 1080Ti. DDR4 16GB. i7-7700K. Z170-Gaming K3. Aorus Engine GPU Boost Clock 1620MHz. Memory Clock 11010MHz.

Thanks!  That is helpful to understand this.

I don't see anything that stops me from believing this is either MALWARE or one or more of your overclock settings.  Have you done a stress test on your system to ensure that your system can handle 4.77GHz? 

Best wishes.

 

 

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.NET clr.

I would slap my sim back to stock right away to check it's nothing added in first.

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Page 34, AVSIM CTD Guide provides solutions for this crash based on searches of all flight simulation websites.  The following is from an updated guide almost ready for publication and replaces the section on Page 10 on how to fix CTD's in P3DV4.

Investigate!  Return to the default configuration (does not require uninstalling anything) The following fixes most crashes with any simulator.  You can complete all actions below or do each one at a time but recommend do each one at a time.  This way you will know which component caused the freeze or crash.

·         Rename the FSX/P3D.cfg.  Change to FSX.off or P3D.off, as appropriate. A rebuilt FSX/P3D.cfg will be made when you restart the simulator.

·         Delete or rename the dll.xml.  Default location is in same folder as FSX.cfg. For P3D, default is in same folder as scenery.cfg but look for one in the same folder as the P3D.cfg as some developers still use this location. Rename to dll.off.  See also - Move/Disable modules in your dll.xml in this guide as you can also disable each module, one at a time, from loading at startup.

·         Move or rename the scenery.cfg.  For FSX users, rename to scenery.off. The default scenery.cfg will be rebuilt when you restart FSX. For P3D users, go to the Documents/Prepar3D V4 Add-Ons folder and move everything in this folder to a Temp directory.  This will disable all Add-ons.

·         Restart FSX or P3D.

If you got this far and the problem has not been fixed, then you have a very serious problem as you are now very close to the default configuration of your simulator.  

The clr.dll error is a dotnet error and indicates an addon was not installed properly.

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10 hours ago, DaveCT2003 said:

Thanks!  That is helpful to understand this.

I don't see anything that stops me from believing this is either MALWARE or one or more of your overclock settings.  Have you done a stress test on your system to ensure that your system can handle 4.77GHz? 

Best wishes.

 

 

Thank´s for info! No stress test performed. I will revert the overclock to normal "Gaming Mode". I come back to you with a feedback asap. I´m at my office now but I´m at home 15.00 UTC.

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5 hours ago, Jim Young said:

Page 34, AVSIM CTD Guide provides solutions for this crash based on searches of all flight simulation websites.  The following is from an updated guide almost ready for publication and replaces the section on Page 10 on how to fix CTD's in P3DV4.

Investigate!  Return to the default configuration (does not require uninstalling anything) The following fixes most crashes with any simulator.  You can complete all actions below or do each one at a time but recommend do each one at a time.  This way you will know which component caused the freeze or crash.

·         Rename the FSX/P3D.cfg.  Change to FSX.off or P3D.off, as appropriate. A rebuilt FSX/P3D.cfg will be made when you restart the simulator.

·         Delete or rename the dll.xml.  Default location is in same folder as FSX.cfg. For P3D, default is in same folder as scenery.cfg but look for one in the same folder as the P3D.cfg as some developers still use this location. Rename to dll.off.  See also - Move/Disable modules in your dll.xml in this guide as you can also disable each module, one at a time, from loading at startup.

·         Move or rename the scenery.cfg.  For FSX users, rename to scenery.off. The default scenery.cfg will be rebuilt when you restart FSX. For P3D users, go to the Documents/Prepar3D V4 Add-Ons folder and move everything in this folder to a Temp directory.  This will disable all Add-ons.

·         Restart FSX or P3D.

If you got this far and the problem has not been fixed, then you have a very serious problem as you are now very close to the default configuration of your simulator.  

The clr.dll error is a dotnet error and indicates an addon was not installed properly.

Thank´s for info! I will perform suggested procedures. The problem occurs after installing REX EF. I have an old PC, 2,5 years. Highly time to purchase a new and invest 4.500 Euro approximately.

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Quick way to check your CPU overclock, run a Prime95 stress test for 30 minutes and see if any of the workers fail or it blue screens. If it does, you probably need to up voltage to the CPU or lower your overclock (remember if you up voltage too high you will destroy the chip).

If it passes that test it's very unlikely to be a CPU issue. In my experience overclock issues usually cause a full blue screen, not CTD.

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I  just run the Primer stresstest and find no error or warning.

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3 hours ago, Wennerholm said:

Thank´s for info! No stress test performed. I will revert the overclock to normal "Gaming Mode". I come back to you with a feedback asap. I´m at my office now but I´m at home 15.00 UTC.

I have just performed a stress-test and find no error or warning.

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The clr is the common language runtime for .NET

If there's a problem it is most likely in the addon that you installed. However addons using the same system can fail due to another on the system.

In other words it might look like the last item you installed caused the error. But in some circumstances the error is already present from another.

 

In which case I would slap my sim back to stock to check that out or I would waste a lot of time trying out bits and bobs.

 

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2 hours ago, Wennerholm said:

I have just performed a stress-test and find no error or warning.

Your computer is more than powerful to run anything and everything P3DV4.5.  An i7 7700K is very powerful.  You might improve performance if you go into the BIOS and then exit and select, run in Optimal Defaults.  This should give you a turbo boost to 4.5GHz.  That's all you need for great performance.

P3D crashed but it was not P3D's fault.  An addon or utility brought P3D down.  Now you need to find the culprit as it is hidden.  This is why I posted the procedure to get your computer back to the default or near the default condition.  P3D without any addons or utilities will run perfectly.

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34 minutes ago, SteveW said:

The clr is the common language runtime for .NET

If there's a problem it is most likely in the addon that you installed. However addons using the same system can fail due to another on the system.

In other words it might look like the last item you installed caused the error. But in some circumstances the error is already present from another.

 

In which case I would slap my sim back to stock to check that out or I would waste a lot of time trying out bits and bobs.

 

"slap my sim back to stock"=clean re-installation off P3D and all addon?

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17 minutes ago, Jim Young said:

Your computer is more than powerful to run anything and everything P3DV4.5.  An i7 7700K is very powerful.  You might improve performance if you go into the BIOS and then exit and select, run in Optimal Defaults.  This should give you a turbo boost to 4.5GHz.  That's all you need for great performance.

P3D crashed but it was not P3D's fault.  An addon or utility brought P3D down.  Now you need to find the culprit as it is hidden.  This is why I posted the procedure to get your computer back to the default or near the default condition.  P3D without any addons or utilities will run perfectly.

Thank´s for info! I will take a look at BIOS. I suspect SimElite Solutions new software Real Time Flight Manager. I maybe wrong...

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In the sim look for the addon menu, uncheck the addons availability and restart (not the add-ons control menu appearing after help).

Try it out that way first before uninstalling stuff.

Uninstalling and reinstalling can recover some settings but mostly it is a waste of time.

What you can do with P3D and FSX if you are super confident with renaming folders and things, is to rename the proper set of folders and install a fresh copy, check it out to see the hardware and operating system are sound, and after, remove that and rename back. Or perhaps instead with P3D (not FSX) we can move addons back onto the fresh install by renaming back the docs addons folder or moving individual addons into the fresh folder.

 

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7 minutes ago, SteveW said:

In the sim look for the addon menu, uncheck the addons availability and restart (not the add-ons control menu appearing after help).

Try it out that way first before uninstalling stuff.

Uninstalling and reinstalling can recover some settings but mostly it is a waste of time.

What you can do with P3D and FSX if you are super confident with renaming folders and things, is to rename the proper set of folders and install a fresh copy, check it out to see the hardware and operating system are sound, and after, remove that and rename back. Or perhaps instead with P3D (not FSX) we can move addons back onto the fresh install by renaming back the docs addons folder or moving individual addons into the fresh folder.

 

Thank´s for info! I will take a look at your suggestions!

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You're welcome. Don't plough it all up (uninstalling/installing changing settings around) as this can cause other problems and confusion. just take some easy steps first. See if you can find the culprit with unchecking the boxes in the menu and come back.

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The problem happened after installing EF? Did you already have some kind of tools on there that altered the behaviour of the sim, for example shader modifications?

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On 5/2/2019 at 4:03 PM, Wennerholm said:

I suspect SimElite Solutions new software Real Time Flight Manager. I maybe wrong...

I suspect you are on target.  They recently released a new version and then posted a couple updates afterwards.  To find out, you need to disable just to see.  If you still get the crash, you can enable again.

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Yes, I have disable SimElite and will now perform some testings.

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23 hours ago, SteveW said:

The problem happened after installing EF? Did you already have some kind of tools on there that altered the behaviour of the sim, for example shader modifications?

Yes, PTA but I have uninstall it and also the P3D Client.

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