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Hello, I suddenly have the following problems: If I enter a flight plan with the navigation system while the SIM is open, for example to register an ILS flight with ATC, the SIM crashes. The following event display: Protocol name: Application Source: Application Error Date: 05/12/21 7:57:02 PM Event ID: 1000 Task category: (100) Level: error Keywords: classic User: Not applicable Computer: Peter1 Description: Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 22.214.171.124698, timestamp: 0x5e94b5c2 Name of the faulty module: KERNELBASE.dll, version: 10.0.19041.906, time stamp: 0x2f2f77bf Exception code: 0xc0020001 Error offset: 0x0000000000034b59 Faulting process id: 0x2cc8 Faulting application start time: 0x01d7474d9421b1a5 Faulting application path: C: \ Program Files \ Lockheed Martin \ Prepar3D v4 \ Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: C: \ WINDOWS \ System32 \ KERNELBASE.dll Report ID: 7ec551b2-fea4-44bd-a2c9-3565293274e6 Full name of the faulty package: Application ID relative to the failed package: Event XML: <Event xmlns = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event"> <System> <Provider Name = "Application Error" /> <EventID Qualifiers = "0"> 1000 </EventID> <Version> 0 </Version> <Level> 2 </Level> <Task> 100 </Task> <Opcode> 0 </Opcode> <Keywords> 0x80000000000000 </Keywords> <TimeCreated SystemTime = "2021-05-12T17: 57: 02.0227869Z" /> <EventRecordID> 10848 </EventRecordID> <Correlation /> <Execution ProcessID = "0" ThreadID = "0" /> <Channel> Application </Channel> <Computer> Peter1 </Computer> <Security /> </System> <EventData> <Data> Prepar3D.exe </Data> <Data> 126.96.36.199698 </Data> <Data> 5e94b5c2 </Data> <Data> KERNELBASE.dll </Data> <Data> 10.0.19041.906 </Data> <Data> 2f2f77bf </Data> <Data> c0020001 </Data> <Data> 0000000000034b59 </Data> <Data> 2cc8 </Data> <Data> 01d7474d9421b1a5 </Data> <Data> C: \ Program Files \ Lockheed Martin \ Prepar3D v4 \ Prepar3D.exe </Data> <Data> C: \ WINDOWS \ System32 \ KERNELBASE.dll </Data> <Data> 7ec551b2-fea4-44bd-a2c9-3565293274e6 </Data> Because of the error, I had to reinstall the Sim, but then got the same result. What to do? Mistake 2 that brings me to despair. I ended up in KSFO. Quite a risky landing. Only, taking off is no longer possible. The airport is in the wrong place in my scene. Actually he is with Orbx to True Earth South and Northern California and Flightbeam KSFOHD in the Scenery. When I call up GSX, it says I am at the navy base, so at completely different coordinates. Even when calling up the flight in the welcome screen, the aircraft is parked everywhere, just not in KSFO. That wouldn't be so bad if I could at least start there again. But, you can't get a plane in the air. The planes swing back and forth on the runways, you can't get them up with VR. I tried all runways and departure directions. sometimes it's because of that. But the same problem everywhere. Tested with PMDG, QW, An 224, which rises slowly and is sluggish, nothing, when it comes to take off, the planes are no longer controllable and visit Alcatraz. I have already deactivated the Flightbeam Airport and gradually built all Orbx products back to their original P3Dv4 state, but the problem always remains the same. I also tried the freeware from Avsim. On the bare original texture. No improvement in behavior. I am faced with a mystery. Other airports do not have this problem. Landed and started safely in Portland beforehand. And, as described above, I also reinstalled the Sim. does anyone know the problem? My system: Operating system (OS) Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Central Processing Unit (CPU) AMD Athlon (tm) X4 870K Quad Core Processor Username txrac Graphics Radeon RX 580 Series video adapter Video memory 8.0 GB Screen resolution 1440 x 900 RAM (Random Access Memory / RAM) Total memory 31.9 GB Memory free 22.8 GB Total hard disk 9546.3 GB Hard disk free 3668.5 GB I / O Mouse USB input device Keyboard HID keyboard I know it's a long representation, but most want a detailed description. Greetings Peter Fischer