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    737 my first flight SIM stoped

    It was my first flight . Climbing to FL340. Suddenly SIM stoped.
    Here is the Crash report:

    Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
    Application Name: Prepar3D.exe
    Application Version: 5.0.24.34874
    Application Timestamp: 5eab3677
    Fault Module Name: PMDG_737NGXu.dll_unloaded
    Fault Module Version: 1.0.0.0
    Fault Module Timestamp: 5efd5f43
    Exception Code: c000041d
    Exception Offset: 0000000000030850
    OS Version: 10.0.18363.2.0.0.256.48

    and

    Problem Event Name: BEX64
    Application Name: Prepar3D.exe
    Application Version: 5.0.24.34874
    Application Timestamp: 5eab3677
    Fault Module Name: PMDG_737NGXu.dll_unloaded
    Fault Module Version: 1.0.0.0
    Fault Module Timestamp: 5efd5f43
    Exception Offset: 0000000000030850
    Exception Code: c0000005
    Exception Data: 0000000000000008
    OS Version: 10.0.18363.2.0.0.256.48
    Locale ID: 1033


    Last edited by asanal; 06Jul2020, 21:03.
    Ahmet Sanal

    "Time you enjoyed wasting, was not wasted"

    #2
    Hi Ahmet,

    which program provided your crash report?

    See my similar thread:
    https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...r-gpu-3d-spike
    Last edited by 19ab67; 07Jul2020, 20:53.
    Andre(as) Berg --- i7 8700K 12MB 3.7G. MSI Z370 Tomahawk. DDR4 16G. SSD 500G M.2. MSI RTX2080 DUKE 8G

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      #3
      Andre Hi,

      Control Panel>System and Security>Security and Maintenance>Reliability Monitor

      I reviewed your posts. It is interesting, why it is happening, I have no idea, I made three more flights with out any incidents(??)
      Ahmet Sanal

      "Time you enjoyed wasting, was not wasted"

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        #4
        Hi Chris,

        do you at PMDG have an eye on this?
        Any ideas on what's going on?

        Thanks.

        Andre(as) Berg --- i7 8700K 12MB 3.7G. MSI Z370 Tomahawk. DDR4 16G. SSD 500G M.2. MSI RTX2080 DUKE 8G

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          #5
          Best thing is to open a support ticket at support.pmdg.com
          Danny Z.Cebis

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            #6
            FYI:
            Chris gave me the following hints after opening a ticket (high-lighting from me):
            Chris Makris
            Yesterday at 13:20 Employee Post
            p3d v4.5: 747-8/737-700: Prepar3d crash after updates to 3.01.0387/2.91.0387

            The error indicates stackhask exception.

            Some of the possible solutions for this are

            Lower display drive = Lower the resolution
            Place Prepard3d.cfg to another location and let the sim build a new one check with that one.
            Disable all scenery add-ons in the Scenery Library. If error goes away, you will have to investigate which scenery was the cause.
            Delete the shader folders and let them rebuild on next start


            Since at least one of my prepar3d crashes happened over the Indian Ocean, I refrained from disabling my (hundreds of) scenery add-ons,
            but moved the prepar3d.cfg file and deleted the shader files.

            So far no further crash on test flights EHAM-EGPO and back.

            Let's see.
            Last edited by 19ab67; 10Jul2020, 18:15. Reason: editorials
            Andre(as) Berg --- i7 8700K 12MB 3.7G. MSI Z370 Tomahawk. DDR4 16G. SSD 500G M.2. MSI RTX2080 DUKE 8G

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              #7
              Andre, thanks for your info. AS of now no longer I am experiencing any crash. I will follow Chris guidance .(Thanks Chris)
              Will inform🙂
              Ahmet Sanal

              "Time you enjoyed wasting, was not wasted"

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