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Hello,A few weeks ago, I installed Active X FSX and everything work ok for a few days.All of a sudden, the WXEngine bombs out with error messages to send to Microsoft. I took the program off my computer and re-installed it.Now it will not load at all without the error lockup.Anyone have any suffestions

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Slightly more worryingly, Active X was released only eight days ago, not weeks. Are you sure you're not imagining it? :)Allcott

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To be exact it was the 30th of May and not a few weeks. I apologisefor mis-printing but, it does not solve the problem. Here we go again, being beta-testers for these software companies.Gary

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I had a similar problem in that ASX would work for a day or so, then after a while, it would start but I could never get to the menu interface unless I re-installed. Tech support said to run a spychecker and that it could possibly be a video issue. An update to ForceWare Release 90 Version: 94.24 (for my AGP 7800gs oc) did the trick. Maybe this won't work for you, but you could try it.Edit: Right, ok just went over the Hifi boards, and the problem is on their end. Apparently working on it. Strange, I have not had this particular problem yet, but I have not been flying as much as I'd like to be. :D

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Hi Gary, All,We are sorry that those few stations just started sending out bad data in the last few days. If it had happened duing beta testing, even once, we would have looked into this.Even after 8 days we are working on our first Service Release to fix those things that have surfaced over the past days.Thanks,Jimhttp://www.hifisim.com/banners/hifi-community-sigbanner.jpghttp://www.hifisim.com/

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Hello Jim,When it works, it works GREAT. This morning I flew out of Oman where a Hurricane was located. I think it had been downgraded to a Cat 1 cause my max ground wind speed was 42 knots,, but it was a great experience. Take your time and get it fixed.Gary

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Greetings Jim,Thanks for posting this. As a software business owner myself, I am elated that you follow the forums and respond as necessary. I know what an effort in can be along with the other duties you have.Although I have yet to experience any problems with ASX/XG, I am very pleased to hear that you are working on a upcoming service release.I was one of your first day customers, and am very happy with what I see so far. A job well done. Please pass this on to all involved with ASX/XG. Although post-release can be just as frantic as pre-release, make sure everybody goes out for a beer ;)With that said, I can say to all that currently have not purchased the latest from HiFi Simulations that this is a wonderful package and really raises the bar that will be hard to beat for future competitors. Not only is it a professional looking and technology advancing product, it comes from a professional service oriented company. (and no, I don't work or know anyone from HiFi)Keep up the good work!

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Jim,If you need someones computer that is having problems with ASX I offer mine. Gary

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We tried ASX again this morning, it ran for about an hour and then bombed out again.Gary

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how about actually giving some useful information?Computer specs, drivers installed, what the error message says. That kind of thing. Allcott

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Hello,Intel Core 2 CPU 6700@2.66 Hz. 2.00 GB Memory. Radeon X1900 with 512k memory. Windows XP Home Version 2002 Service Pack 2. FSX Deluxe version SP1 installed.Is there anything I left out?Gary

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>Hello,>>Intel Core 2 CPU 6700@2.66 Hz. 2.00 GB Memory. Radeon X1900>with 512k memory. Windows XP Home Version 2002 Service Pack 2.>FSX Deluxe version SP1 installed.>>Is there anything I left out?>>GaryThe error?

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You are right. Not only does ASX lock up but so does FSX. Here is that error.AppName: fsx.exe AppVer:10.0.61.355.0 AppStamp.4643ee0aModName.msvcr80.dll ModVer: 8.0.50727.163 ModStamp.44849dd9Fdebug. 00014950We'll have to wait for the ASX error message.Gary

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I had that problem also "once" after I installed the 94.24 nvidia drivers. The 94.24 beta drivers actually worked better for me. it hasnt happened again so I left them in. I also just did the DX 9 update today but havent had the time to try it before tomrrow night.

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Jim,My system has NET2.0. OK here is what I did. I uninstalled FSX SP1. Did a repair of FSX and reinstalled SP1. ASX has now been running for about 6 hours with any problems.I'll do the same for NET2.0 if you think it will help. After your response, we'll move to the HiFi Forum.PS Some of the system errors has been coming from NET2.0Gary

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Jim,I did everything you asked. Now I have a problem with "SimConnect". What is SimConnect and how can I correct the problem.GaryHow can I find the other forum about this subject?

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>Jim,>>I did everything you asked. Now I have a problem with>"SimConnect". What is SimConnect and how can I correct the>problem.>>Gary>>How can I find the other forum about this subject?GaryGo to the main AVSIM forum menu and look down for HiFi Simulation Software Support. From my experience with their products you'll find that the Hi-Fi people will do everything possible to help you with any problem you have.Best regards!

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