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P3D suddenly crashes with 737NGXu

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    P3D suddenly crashes with 737NGXu


    Unfortunately my P3D suddenly closes completely when I'm in the NGXu. Doesn't happen when using other aircraft. Is this a knows issue or is there a fix for it? I couldn't even complete a flight yet. Sometimes it happens after 2 minutes and sometime just after take-off.

    Ryzen 7 2700x
    ASUS x470 Prime Pro
    16 GB RAM
    GTX 1080Ti
    P3D v4.5 HF2
    All drivers are up to date


    Kevin Kiessig

    Go to the start menu and type “view all problem reports.” Hit enter. Find P3D in the list and open the latest report. Copy and paste here.
    Kyle Rodgers
    PMDG Developer Emeritus


      Sorry, I'm a bit late. Thought I fixed it but the issue still persist. I performed a complete clean install of Windows. I just loaded the clean P3D, everything worked. Then I installed the NGXu and after a few minutes P3D just closes and I'm back at my desktop.

      Here is the report you was asking for:

      Prepar3D exe

      Stopped working

      ‎15/‎11/‎2019 18:31

      Report sent

      Faulting Application Path: C:\Program Files\Lockheed Martin\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.exe

      Problem signature
      Problem Event Name: BEX64
      Application Name: Prepar3D.exe
      Application Version:
      Application Timestamp: 5d8abf93
      Fault Module Name: StackHash_1e63
      Fault Module Version:
      Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000
      Exception Offset: PCH_BE_FROM_ntdll+0x000000000009CC14
      Exception Code: c0000005
      Exception Data: 0000000000000008
      OS Version: 10.0.18363.
      Locale ID: 2057
      Additional Information 1: 1e63
      Additional Information 2: 1e638f795363e4636d402eef0af4b2a1
      Additional Information 3: d5df
      Additional Information 4: d5df216a453b5f20c3cbfffd50512220

      Extra information about the problem
      Bucket ID: 120714d75c43442fc497cdcd297d7166 (1483880883289944422)

      It's just looks like Chinese for me to be honest so I hope someone will understand what's going on here

      Thanks guys
      Kevin Kiessig


        I'm trying this suggestion and see if it helps but otherwise I don't know what else to do
        Source Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4 Summary Stopped working Date ‎11/‎18/‎2018 11:24 AM Status Report sent Description Faulting Application Path: G:\Call of Duty Black Ops 4\BlackOps4.exe Problem
        Kevin Kiessig


          BEX and NTDLL.dll errors aren’t usually related to system instability. If you’re running an overclock, back it off a bit. You might want to check your video card drivers first though. AVSIM has a guide (CTD Guide) that explains the common causes of both.
          Kyle Rodgers
          PMDG Developer Emeritus


            Drivers are up to date. I'll try to find that guide, thanks.
            Kevin Kiessig