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  1. You're definitely right with this, and I was more referring to add ons in general - the community folder probably hosts most of my add ons. Troubleshooting with add ons, as I took from the above link, did help me with ctd's I had one or two years ago. I could clearly identify the issue and got rid of the culprit. At least for me, it wasn't nonsense at all. Could have been a lucky coincidence. Mick
  2. Hi there, check this out: https://www.fsdeveloper.com/forum/threads/about-the-dreaded-exception-code-0xc0000005.449958/ What I take from this forum is, It seems to be an add on in your sim. I would try with an empty community folder. Good luck Mick
  3. Try this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/add-an-exclusion-to-windows-security-811816c0-4dfd-af4a-47e4-c301afe13b26 I have excluded the exe file and the folder, do exclude the process as well. An exclusion for the Community Folder could help too. Good luck Mick
  4. I didn't have any problems last night @8pm UTC, but keep an eye out here: https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/online-services-monitoring/486800
  5. Try to restart the TDI GTNXI app. As far as I know, this helped someone with your problem Mick
  6. Hi there, I'm very interested in a multi-monitor setup, but consider myself as waaay too picky for this. Here's a very helpful video: Take care Mick
  7. Sorry for being wrong, but never got any feedback of the Michal. The issue still is: cloud service or local system? So disconnecting internet could point in some direction. (If I'm not wrong)
  8. I'm on the store version, so I don't know if the wgs folder on the Steam version. But if, just try to run the sim without internet connection, do your settings and all, a quick flight and restart the sim. It can't synchronize with the cloud then. If it doesn't save your settings, the problem must be your system. If it did save, reconnect internet and this time the sim should ask how to synchronize, cloud or PC. Just give it a go...
  9. Hi there, I don't know what folder in Steam you are referring to. But as mentioned before, controller settings are located in the AppData folder, here in \Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe\SystemAppData. The wgs folder contains your controller settings. The folder you mentioned is probably a Steam thing, Good luck Mick
  10. Hi there, Not sure if it helps because all this is saved in the cloud - but worth a try: C:\Users\YOUR NAME\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe\SystemAppData the Wgs folder contains your profiles. I only have blank profiles, main settings are in my Spad.Next. I would very much recommend a standalone app for profiles. You'll never lose anything. Good luck Mick
  11. How about removing the driver with DDU, and a clean installation without the GTX card? At least this is what I would try.
  12. You nailed it, DLSS is only available for RTX cards! It looks like your sim only registered you GTX...
  13. Hi there, based on the information you provided, I'd say the GPU overheat is the cause for your CTD's. If all your fans and fan speeds are working correctly, try to bring down GPU intensive graphic settings. Have a look here: https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t/how-to-graphics-settings-and-performance-guide-su5-complete-retest-8-2-2021/132407 Good luck
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