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  1. Hello, lately I've been getting a black screen in FS9 and then an error:fe.dll. I figured I had downloaded a bad texture for a repaint in Ultimate Traffic's automatic updater. Sure enough it was an American Eagle S340. I deleted the folder and recompiled and I still got the error. So reading on this forum about possible problems when updating sound drivers I tried installing the newest drivers for my Audigy ZS. Well the diagnostics test detected the card but all other tests failed. So going by Creative's method of manually uninstalling their drivers, which includes deleting the Windows Temp directory as well as the C:\Temp directory, I, right after deleting those 2 directories had a brainfart and decided to do a System Restore. Well after that genius move the only way to get to the Desktop was in Safe mode. So to make a long story short I brought my computer to where I had bought it and after a week they finally fixed the problem. So after reinstalling all volumes of BirdsEyeView scenery as well as Radar Contact V4 and I'm also running Ultimate Traffic as well as some of the MegaScenery volumes and the registered version of Fsupic and Activesky 6 and all the latest drivers for my computer, tonight was the first time I tried running FS9 since I got my computer back. Once again the screen went black but this time the error was in:g3d.dll. These errors happen at KPIT and KSLC. I am at my wits end trying to figure what's happening here. My system is a P4 3.2ghz 512k 478pin 800fsb HT. The motherboard is an ASUS P4P800-DX S478 Intel 865PE. I have a gig of 400mhz PC3200 DDR-Ram. The video card is ATI 9800 Pro 128 mb. Help please.

    Perry Kuhn

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