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I wonder why these big blue boxes with this message occurs always when I am trying to land? 🤬


 

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Yup, same here. I imagine the infrastructure required to stream in literally 10's of gigabytes of ground textures, terrain mesh and photogrammetry per session to literally hundreds of thousands of users at any given time is no small feat. I'm guessing the odd server farm cluster goes down every now and then...  

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Glad I'm not the only one


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They must be getting ready to launch the O-fishal v1.30.11 to the non-beta simmers.

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1 minute ago, Twenty6 said:

They must be getting ready to launch the O-fishal v1.30.11 to the non-beta simmers.

I love a little sordid speculation 😉

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I received a few of these as well last Friday, but as usual they disappeared since. 


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The whole internet has been pretty sketch for me today. Buffering issues with YouTube, even some work tools aren't exactly working right, or showing down.

Wouldn't surprise me if a CDN or something that MS relies on is running into issues as well. 

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Check your Intel NIC controller if your Motherboard uses one:

 


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Got one yesterday and it crashed my sim. Not cool. When are they going to just make it a tiny unobtrusive box in the corner of your screen?

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I had the same issue popping up last week. I read here somewhere that deleting all scenery.dat files from \AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalCache\SceneryIndexes would would help. I deleted them (lot's of files present since I switch scenery all the time) and also deleted the content.xml file from \AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalCache.

No error since!

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2 hours ago, Stroman81 said:

and also deleted the content.xml file

If you have a Navigraph subscription (and update monthly) you just hosed its installation by deleting content.xml.


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I get those once in a while. But lately It's been running smooth for me (i'm not on on beta) 


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4 hours ago, ErichB said:

Yes, got one of those yesterday

Me 2, which makes about a total of 3-4x in 28 months. 


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