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FSUPIC7 LOW FPS Constant Hangs and Freezes with MFS2020 PMDG 737

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    FSUPIC7 LOW FPS Constant Hangs and Freezes with MFS2020 PMDG 737

    Hello,I've been getting low fps, constant hangs and freezes. Is this a known issue?

    https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t...ttering/523198 someone here mentioned the same problem.

    Last edited by aviatin3; 16Sep2022, 10:48. Reason: I thought the problem was caused by fsuipc but I deleted it but it still persists stuttering and fps drop.
    Alper

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    Does this only happen in the 737 or other aircraft as well?

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      aviatin3 commented
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      just having this problem with pmdg 737. freezes and hangs.

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    Originally posted by aviatin3 View Post
    Hello,I've been getting low fps, constant hangs and freezes. Is this a known issue?

    https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t...ttering/523198 someone here mentioned the same problem.
    One issue may be that FSUIPC can be set to periodically save flights. This takes quite awhile for the PMDG 737. I haven't used FSUIPC recently but that is something you might check on their web site, or just shut off periodic flight saving in FSUIPC's settings.

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      Even after deleting fsuipc, the freezes still continue.

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    Originally posted by aviatin3 View Post
    Hello,I've been getting low fps, constant hangs and freezes. Is this a known issue?

    https://forums.flightsimulator.com/t...ttering/523198 someone here mentioned the same problem.
    Turn off auto save. Volanta will do the same thing. I set my Volanta saves to 20 min intervals as it does a fantastic job of recovering from system crashes, I can bear the pause every 20 min for that recovery ability.
    Mike Murphy
    Commercial, Instrument, Rotorcraft-Helicopter

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      #5
      I don't see why we would need FSUIPC. I have it but uninstalled, I don't see the use of it.

      Patricio Valdes

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        aviatin3 commented
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        fsuipc is required for many plugins. But I fixed it in the edit section. Even after deleting fsuipc, the freezes still continue.

      #6
      Originally posted by trisho View Post
      I don't see why we would need FSUIPC. I have it but uninstalled, I don't see the use of it.
      If you have complex equipment like I do, FSUIPC is a must in order to properly configure it in ways that can't be done via the P3D control assignments. We're talking the idle reverse detent for the thrust reversers, the detent for arming the speed brakes, individual flap settings, stuff like that. Of course, if you don't configure your equipment in such a manner, you probably don't need it.
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        #7
        Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
        If you have complex equipment like I do, FSUIPC is a must in order to properly configure it in ways that can't be done via the P3D control assignments. We're talking the idle reverse detent for the thrust reversers, the detent for arming the speed brakes, individual flap settings, stuff like that. Of course, if you don't configure your equipment in such a manner, you probably don't need it.
        I think OP is talking about the 737 in MSFS. Is FSUIPC still as useful in MSFS?
        Mark Flynn

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          #8
          I have the same thing happen with auro saving on volanta so if you have to on then it could be that
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            #9
            Originally posted by Mark1102 View Post
            I think OP is talking about the 737 in MSFS. Is FSUIPC still as useful in MSFS?
            I feel like the same still applies. Yes, MSFS allows for more control assignments, but how precise is it relative to the hardware being used. In my case, my throttle quadrant actually has flap detents, a detent to arm speed brakes, and a detent for idle reverse for the thrust reverser levers, so I really do need the precision.
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              #10
              Yes the autosaves on FSUIPC cause really long pauses, but as Mike says, it’s worth it every 20 mins or so in case you need to recover a long flight from a CTD. Do you have any other programme or addon that autosaves? I don’t think MSFs can be set to do it of its own accord.
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                #11
                For MSFS, will I need FSUIPC to handle reverse thrusters with say a throttletek throttle or nose wheel steering with a Cat3 tiller on the PMDG 737? or can it be done inside MSFS
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                  #12
                  Originally posted by Paulyg123 View Post
                  For MSFS, will I need FSUIPC to handle reverse thrusters with say a throttletek throttle or nose wheel steering with a Cat3 tiller on the PMDG 737? or can it be done inside MSFS
                  Paul, with the Throttletek throttles, I would think FSUIPC gives you more control as far as being able to get your thrust reversers operating as it should relative to the detents on the throttle quadrant, though I don't remember which throttle quadrant you have from them. As for the tiller, I've never been able to get it to work in P3D by default and needed to use FSUIPC in order for it to work. I know of two other people who had the same issue, so that might be one you need to test.
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                    #13
                    Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
                    If you have complex equipment like I do, FSUIPC is a must in order to properly configure it in ways that can't be done via the P3D control assignments. We're talking the idle reverse detent for the thrust reversers, the detent for arming the speed brakes, individual flap settings, stuff like that. Of course, if you don't configure your equipment in such a manner, you probably don't need it.
                    Dear Captain Kevin, I only have the VKB-Gladiator_MKII joystick and no other hardware for all sims. I had a bad experience with FSUIPC installer for FSX. Then, I decided to do not use FSUIPC at all and I never need it anyway.

                    Patricio Valdes

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                      #14
                      Originally posted by trisho View Post
                      Dear Captain Kevin, I only have the VKB-Gladiator_MKII joystick and no other hardware for all sims. I had a bad experience with FSUIPC installer for FSX. Then, I decided to do not use FSUIPC at all and I never need it anyway.
                      Sure, in your case, you don't need it, your controller isn't complex to where it would be necessary. When I say complex, I'm talking about this.
                      IMG_9999.jpg

                      This isn't one of my best landings, but you can see that with this, I have the detent for idle reverse, which you wouldn't have. This is what I'm talking about when I say complex.

                      https://clips.twitch.tv/FreezingDain...giOayaUtfLqO3w
                      Captain Kevin

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                        #15
                        I use FSUIPC as I run a network so all my flight tracking etc is on one machine and MSFS on my games machine. I need widefs to link to some ACARS systems etc.
                        Charlie Goulding

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                          Captain Kevin, I watched your clip video and your posted picture. You really have a nice Cabin room, Congrats! Now I understand better the use of the FSUIPC which is clearly that I don't need it.

                          Patricio Valdes

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