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P3Dv4.5 and PMDG 777 Crashes

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2 hours ago, franklinyeah said:

Just reinstalled EF, flicked the debug to on and my P3D is currently showing the loading screen after setting the scenario. Running tests with PMDG 747 and 777. 

Just make sure its set to OFF. 

Michael Moe 


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Hi There,

My findings so far, Using P3dv4.5+hotfix, Active sky and Rex ENVforce ONLY.

The problem I have, appears to be related to Rex ENVforce.  I can replicate the Black screen and crash, and can also apply the fix and get P3Dv4.5 running as normal.

 

1)  Completely UN-installed Rex ENVforce.  . . . . . . . . . . . (RESULT:  after PC re-start, P3D runs quicker and operates normally).

2)  RE-load Rex ENVforce. (default programme NO updates)   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  (RESULT:  after PC re-start, P3D runs quicker and operates normally)

3)  Install Rex ENVforce. (UP-DATE version 5.0.2019.0503)   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  (RESULT:  after PC re-start, P3D runs and operates normally)

3)  Install Rex ENVforce. (UP-DATE version 5.0.2019.0517)   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  (RESULT:  after PC re-start, P3D runs slower and crashes with Black screen).

4)  Have done the above, with Michaels advice regarding the de-bug button, but experienced the same results on my PC.

 

Conclusion:  After UN-Installing Rex ENVforce,   My P3D operates great, with no problems.   I have since RE-installed Rex ENVforce and Updated to version 5.0.2019.0503 ONLY  (Not version 0517) and up to now P3D is working fine.

No other SIm programmes were used during these tests APART from Active Sky which was used as the weather engine.

 

Hope you can understand this and maybe help point you in a starting direction if experiencing similar problems.

Regards

John

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No problems here. 

P3D 4.5 hf1 with EF, Active Sky and pmdg 747 and 777.

 

Yesterday did a flight with the pmdg 747 from egll to klas no issues. 

Currently flying PMDG  773 from egll to wsss 3 hours in the air no issue. 

But I also always start EF before p3d and have all the loging from EF disabled. 

Did you download the latest version of EF? 

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Hi,

During my test I only let EF start auto with P3D, so I'll look into starting before P3D.

What's the reasoning behind you having to start EF first?,  Also if its possible could you start P3D as normal, allowing EF to load, and then, LOAD a SAVED flight from within P3D, and let me know if you have any problems.

Just something I'm looking at.

Regards

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