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  1. Really? Yeah, it's definitely a software compatibility issue. Do you know if that resolved the issue?
  2. So I tested again - same flight, same conditions, same everything. Except this time I didn't run Aivlasoft EFB. No crash...not even a stutter. I have no idea why it was crashing when EFB was running, but it looks like that was most certainly the cause. It's a shame too, I really like the product. I'd be interested to see if people running this same config (Windows 10, Orbx FTX software, Majestic Dash 8, etc.) with the EFB and on the same route (EICK - EGJB) run into similar issues. If anyone wants to, feel free and post the results here. Thanks Jim for your responses too, and in my other thread with the BSOD. Much appreciated! Regards, Steve
  3. Anyone have this issue and with these drivers? My first BSOD with Windows 10... :( Been having so many issues with Prepar3D crashing lately with no events recorded in the Event Viewer or AppCrashView, and now this. I'm certain this is due to the updated graphics driver (updated it yesterday), but still...very frustrating when you can't complete a single flight. Steve
  4. Hi Jim, Thanks for the response and suggestions. I am familiar with how to check the event viewer and other logs though, and trust me - there is nothing recorded there for the crash. Nothing showing either in AppCrashView. It's almost as if P3D has gracefully shut down. I have also gone to Lockheed Martin directly with this to see if there are P3D logs I can pull that might log what the sim was doing up until the crash. I don't have any tweaks in the p3d.cfg file either, so that rules that out. This is what AppCrashView reports: SetPoint.exe Stopped working 30/08/2015 15:50:05 All Users 0xc0000005 0x008405c4 nvd3dumx.dll C:\Program Files\Logitech\SetPointP\SetPoint.exe 16,958 C:\Users\All Users\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportArchive\AppCrash_SetPoint.exe_ecb76bf81183fd93c1722496a10d7f6204f36_1c6b7f74_cab_03869aad\Report.wer However, P3D crashed at about 16:15. I'll try running it tomorrow without Aivlasoft EFB and see if that makes a difference. Although I just remembered that I recently installed ORBX Trees HD too. Not sure if that is at fault. Will have to test more. I did also record the last portion of the flight with nVidia Shadowplay, which would have captured the crash. Might upload it to YouTube so people know what I'm talking about the 'graceful' crash. Regards, Steve
  5. Hi all, Have run into a peculiar issue. It has occurred during the last two flights I have attempted - one at night and one during the day. My setup is as follows: Core i7 4790k EVGA GTX 780 SC 8GB RAM Samsung 850 EVO SSD Windows 10 Pro 64-bit My Prepar3D setup is as follows: Prepar3D v2.5 PILOTs FS GLOBAL 2010 FTX Edition Orbx Global Base Orbx Global Vector Orbx OpenLC EU REX4 Texture Direct ActiveSky Next PrecipitFX Traffic 360 Aivlasoft EFB The aircraft I was using - Majestic Dash 8 Q400. What happens is this: about 75% way into the flight, Prepar3D just dies. No freezing before it crashes like I had before, no error message reported when it is about to quit, it just disappears from the screen. No events are recorded in the Windows Event Viewer application or windows logs either. Very frustrating this time as I was on approach! The flights both times out of interest were from Cork EICK to Guernsey EGJB. I did recently install Aivlasoft EFB, not sure if it could be causing the issue with the way it interacts with P3D. Are there any logs in the P3D folder that I can grab to take a look at? Or has anyone else had this issue? Any help would be appreciated. Getting frustrated at not being able to complete a single flight without a crash and for no apparent reason. Thanks, Steve
  6. Ok, so it didn't work after the install. But the fix was simple. All I had to do was edit the following file: C:\ProgramData\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v2\simobjects.cfg Add the following line to the end of the file: [Entry.9] Path=SimObjects\JFTraffic360 Et voila! Hope this helps people in the future. Regards, Steve
  7. Thanks for the replies guys. I came across this post and it seems to have worked. Even installed the Traffic Control Center application. http://airdailyx.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/a-guide-for-installing-orbx-scenery.html I'll post back here if I run into any more issues. Regards, Steve
  8. Hi, Has anyone tried installing Traffic 360 into P3D 2.5? On their site it says it's compatible with FSX and P3D v1, but no mention of v2. Does anything need to be added to the .cfg file to get it running or any other changes need to be made? Thanks, Steve
  9. Have been following this thread and wanted to add my 2 cents. Tested this last night. Config as follows: i7 4790k GTX780 8GM RAM HT enabled - no AM Prepar3d 2.5 Active Sky Next FS Global 2010 FTX Edition FTX Global FTX Global Vector FTX GLobal OpenLC Europe REX4 Texture Direct Majestic Dash 8 Q400 FPS locked at 30 Sitting on the runway at EICK OP=0 23fps OP=1 21-23fps, not stable Seems to benefit the Majestic Q400 less/not at all going by others. PMDG NGX and T7 benefit the most. Cheers, Steve
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