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"Press any key" followed by CTD: ucrtbase.dll

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So this is happening...

I get the "Press any key" message in the launcher, after which it just crashes to desktop. Event Viewer says that the faulting module name is ucrtbase.dll.

After googling the issue I installed the Windows 10 SDK and all the VC++ redistributables to see if that fixes it, but no luck. Also tried running the launcher as Administrator, but same thing happens.

Any ideas?

 

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Intel Core i7 8700k clocked to 4.6GHz, GTX1080Ti, 32GB DDR4 RAM, MSFS installed on NVMe drive, Windows 10 Pro v2004, Dell 27" 60Hz Monitor + Dell 24" 60Hz Monitor. Resolution 1920x1080. Game Mode on, GPU scheduling enabled (Win10 2004)

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Maybe try deleting the installer, it may be corrupted


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5 minutes ago, antonvs said:

Maybe try deleting the installer, it may be corrupted

Tried that too - uninstalled FS2020 (the 990mb launcher) from the xbox app and reinstalled it - no luck 😞

Also did all Windows Updates now (there was just 1 cumulative update for Windows 10 build 2004, not a very big one)

 

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Intel Core i7 8700k clocked to 4.6GHz, GTX1080Ti, 32GB DDR4 RAM, MSFS installed on NVMe drive, Windows 10 Pro v2004, Dell 27" 60Hz Monitor + Dell 24" 60Hz Monitor. Resolution 1920x1080. Game Mode on, GPU scheduling enabled (Win10 2004)

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CTD... a "fun activity" I was hoping not to experience in FS2020.

Is there a realism option to uncheck CTD?  😊

 

 

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Yeah Windows is on build 2004.

I see on the official forums a few people are experiencing this issue too 😞

 

 


Intel Core i7 8700k clocked to 4.6GHz, GTX1080Ti, 32GB DDR4 RAM, MSFS installed on NVMe drive, Windows 10 Pro v2004, Dell 27" 60Hz Monitor + Dell 24" 60Hz Monitor. Resolution 1920x1080. Game Mode on, GPU scheduling enabled (Win10 2004)

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3 hours ago, aktorsyl said:

I installed the Windows 10 SDK and all the VC++ redistributables to see if that fixes it, but no luck

Confirm: redistributables from here ?

Pick "Visual Studio 2015, 2017 and 2019", x64 is the most important. Pick x86 too, just in case. Reboot PC after install.

Note: it fixed ucrtbase.dll for me, in the past. It does some kind of Registry cleaning.

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I have the same. Tried everything from the official pages and from here. Still nothing. Windows Update to version 2004 just running - hope that helps.

Event Viewer shows crashes of FlightSimulator.exe in ucrtbase.dll

 

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6 hours ago, Emerson67 said:

Confirm: redistributables from here ?

Pick "Visual Studio 2015, 2017 and 2019", x64 is the most important. Pick x86 too, just in case. Reboot PC after install.

Note: it fixed ucrtbase.dll for me, in the past. It does some kind of Registry cleaning.

Yup those are the ones I tried.

 


Intel Core i7 8700k clocked to 4.6GHz, GTX1080Ti, 32GB DDR4 RAM, MSFS installed on NVMe drive, Windows 10 Pro v2004, Dell 27" 60Hz Monitor + Dell 24" 60Hz Monitor. Resolution 1920x1080. Game Mode on, GPU scheduling enabled (Win10 2004)

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1 hour ago, clemens42 said:

I have the same. Tried everything from the official pages and from here. Still nothing. Windows Update to version 2004 just running - hope that helps.

Event Viewer shows crashes of FlightSimulator.exe in ucrtbase.dll

 

installed version 2004 does not help(

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Just now, Mirach said:

Submit a request to MSFS support here: https://flightsimulator.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new maybe they can help

Yup, I did 🙂

 

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Intel Core i7 8700k clocked to 4.6GHz, GTX1080Ti, 32GB DDR4 RAM, MSFS installed on NVMe drive, Windows 10 Pro v2004, Dell 27" 60Hz Monitor + Dell 24" 60Hz Monitor. Resolution 1920x1080. Game Mode on, GPU scheduling enabled (Win10 2004)

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11 minutes ago, aktorsyl said:

Yup those are the ones I tried.

 

Try downloading TechSpot's redist package, that covers them all, back to the 2005 versions. Even includes a .bat file to install them all in order, automatically. 

https://www.techspot.com/downloads/6776-visual-c-redistributable-package.html

Even if it doesn't work, it's a good tool to have with fresh installations of Windows or when you want to make sure everything is up to date 🙂

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Just now, Sethos said:

Try downloading TechSpot's redist package, that covers them all, back to the 2005 versions. Even includes a .bat file to install them all in order, automatically. 

https://www.techspot.com/downloads/6776-visual-c-redistributable-package.html

Even if it doesn't work, it's a good tool to have with fresh installations of Windows or when you want to make sure everything is up to date 🙂

Haha we're 100% on the same page - I tried those first last night, then the official ones 😛 

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