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I do love MSFS, but it's getting really frustrating.  I'll almost get through an entire flight, and when I'm maybe 10 mins from my destination, program crashes and closes.  No error message or anything.  What a pain in the butt.

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22 minutes ago, SpaceForceCapt said:

I do love MSFS, but it's getting really frustrating.  I'll almost get through an entire flight, and when I'm maybe 10 mins from my destination, program crashes and closes.  No error message or anything.  What a pain in the butt.

Likely related to an item/s in 'Community folder'.

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From my own recent experiences with this exact thing:

- If you're using AIG models / liveries (even without TC, with FSLTL or anything else), try removing them completely. That one was causing consistent crashes for me especially getting closer to airports.

- Make sure you're not plugging in any USB devices during the flight. I realised I was causing crashes when I would take a break in the middle of the flight and unplug my phone (which I use for OpenTrack) then plug it back in when I returned.

Hope that helps in any way.

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41 minutes ago, SpaceForceCapt said:

I do love MSFS, but it's getting really frustrating.  I'll almost get through an entire flight, and when I'm maybe 10 mins from my destination, program crashes and closes.  No error message or anything.  What a pain in the butt.

Does this happen going to one destination or any? If one, try a plan b and go somewhere else, may be that airport.

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48 minutes ago, Georgleboui said:

From my own recent experiences with this exact thing:

- If you're using AIG models / liveries (even without TC, with FSLTL or anything else), try removing them completely. That one was causing consistent crashes for me especially getting closer to airports.

- Make sure you're not plugging in any USB devices during the flight. I realised I was causing crashes when I would take a break in the middle of the flight and unplug my phone (which I use for OpenTrack) then plug it back in when I returned.

Hope that helps in any way.

I have been using FSLTL, but it was not running when this happened.  The crashes seem to happen more often now, but they still happened before I ever DL'd FSLTL.  Not sure if it's related.  Maybe.  I'd say the odds of me getting through an entire 1-long flight are like 50/50.

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48 minutes ago, Pivot said:

Does this happen going to one destination or any? If one, try a plan b and go somewhere else, may be that airport.

Happens all over the place, unfortunately.

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What are ur computer specs ? What are some of ur settings in the sim ?


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1 hour ago, SpaceForceCapt said:

I do love MSFS, but it's getting really frustrating.  I'll almost get through an entire flight, and when I'm maybe 10 mins from my destination, program crashes and closes.  No error message or anything.  What a pain in the butt.

hot CPU

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Good call, I noticed heat will knock  you out.!!


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16 minutes ago, Sunshine13 said:

What are ur computer specs ? What are some of ur settings in the sim ?

HP Omen Obelisk,

Processor    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8700 CPU @ 3.20GHz, 3192 Mhz, 6 Core(s), 12 Logical Processor(s)

32 GB RAM, Nvidia RTX2070

 

Using High settings for most things in the sim, so not really going overboard with the settings. CPU utilization is fairly low, around 25-35%.   Temp is around 95 C.

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9 minutes ago, SpaceForceCapt said:

Using High settings for most things in the sim, so not really going overboard with the settings. CPU utilization is fairly low, around 25-35%.   Temp is around 95 C.

95°C?  My specs are below and i run in the mid-50's with true 4K and mostly Ultra settings. My GPU runs at between 72°C and 81°C.  I am flying GA, mostly Hjet right now. Cannot recall the last crash I exerienced. Are you OC'ing?  To what level?

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its probably temperature related.  i thought that when i saw HP but before i saw 95 c

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15 minutes ago, fppilot said:

95°C?  My specs are below and i run in the mid-50's

the airflow through the case plus the heatsink on his cpu is probably garbage.

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The HP gaming hub is saying 95C, but I don't know how accurate that is.  I'd assume it's correct.  I'm not OC'd or anything fancy.  I just looked at my heat sink, and it doesn't seem too dusty, but maybe I could try cleaning it.  Thing is, the temp isn't increasing over time.  It's pretty stable, so not sure why it would just quit on me.

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