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FS2020 - CTD when trying to fly from Iceland (BIKF)

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Hi All,

Just comparing notes - several times I've tried to set up a flight from Keflavik (BIKF) to Goose Bay (CYYR) and the flight loads to 90% and then CTD.

If I change location to anywhere else (so far) - it's fine.  Changing aircraft or routing requirements makes no difference.  It's like there's some sort of bug impacting on the scenery for that region of the world.  Just curious if anyone else can reproduce.

ALSO - does ANYONE know where to report bugs to Microsoft (NOT the beta site) for the release version???

All the best,

Dev

 

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- 500 Gb SSD (50% full)

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its low ram i think.  invcrease your swap file.  same thing happened to me at sfo and lax, but at small palces it loads.  i needed 16 plus 8 at sfo and 16 (physical) and 12 swap for lax.  you can use task manager to see it get used up.

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I get the same problem on the SW of Iceland. Flying from BIRK west via BIKF FS crashes at the same point each time during flight just NE of BIKF. I have 32 GB of RAM and have not seen it ever getting low.

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Same here! I was coming in from Reykjavik airport to Keflavik flying a GA aircraft (Robin 400 or Cessna 172) when the game suddenly shuts off and kicks me back to Windows 10. Tried it 4 or 5 times, and every time it was game over. I find it difficult to believe that it would be a memory issue.  It seems to me an irregularity in the map or something.

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HyperX Predator DDR4 32Gb (4x8Gb 3000 MHz)

Corsair RM1000i 1000W ATX modular power supply unit

NVidia GeForce  GTX 1080 Ti 11Gb GDDR5X video card

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I am having the same problem except I am flying P3D v4.5. Not only in Iceland but in other parts of the world. I have discovered that some of my saved flights don't have this problem and if I fly one of them for a while then go back to the one that is crashing most of the time it will fly. But there are some saved flights that always CTD at the same location in the flight.  If this problem is being experienced in MSFS and P3D v4.5 maybe it's not the flight sim. Maybe it's Windows 10.  Is anyone else using P3D v4 having this problem?


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Here is more on the CTD always happening in the same location. Last night I was flying the same flight that has been crashing in about the same place each time. P3D v4.5 froze like it usually does before it goes to CTD. I made note of the coordinates and they were Lat N41 44.40 and Lon W7 30.01. So I started the flight again but this time instead of turning left towards the west I turned right towards the east for about 20 miles then turned south for about 30 miles then turned west. At this point all is well. Traveling west when I got to N41 11.39 and W7 30.02 the sim hung up and I had to let it CTD. Notice the longitude coordinate. In both crashes it is W7 30.01 or 2. It's like the plane is hitting an invisible wall at W7 30.01. I am going to try this again tonight but I am going to go much further south before turning west and see if it happens again at W7 30.01.  Those of you who are having CTDs at the same place in a flight. Have you tried an experiment like I am doing? It is odd that this is happening with both MSFS and P3D. It does seem to be scenery related but I am using ORBX scenery and I assume you MSFS guys are using the MSFS default scenery.  In my flight I am taking off from LPCH runway 34 in Portugal. After airbourne I turn left at the end of the runway and take a heading of about 271.  When I get to Long W7 30.01 The sim freezes saying it is not responding (sound is still going). If I click anywhere on the screens (I use 3) everything grays out and the only thing I can do is shut it down. Sometimes it goes straight to CTD after freezing.

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OK, tonight I flew south 180 miles before turning to the west.  When I got to W7* 30.00' the sim froze then CTDed.  I definately looks like there is some problem with longitude W7* 30.00'.  


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