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  1. Well, it just crashed again at 14,000 feet on descent, so I guess that added flag didn't help. I'm happy to post any reports or logs, but I guess it's time to start narrowing things down. SLC is the newest addition to my previously stable setup, so I'm guessing that everything running is just using too much memory.
  2. Oh, I already know that. I've used it many times before. My apologies for the misunderstanding. I meant what it might have been doing at that specific time that may have caused a crash. To my understanding, it gets loaded with all of the other DLLs in the dll.xml upon starting FSX, but I hadn't used it at any point at all during the flight. Hopefully this is just a corrupt weather file somewhere as Pete suggested. As soon as I get some free time to test that fix, I will let you know what happens.
  3. Thanks for your response, Pete. I will definitely try that weather parameter next time and I'll report back. Just to better my own understanding, do you have any idea what that RecorderFSX.DLL could have been doing? My only guess is that it gets loaded when FSX starts up, but without actually using it, I'm not sure what could have forced it to go wrong. If not, no worries.
  4. Hello, I unfortunately suffered an FSX CTD at 1,500 feet on my approach and I'd like to figure out what the issue was and if it was related to FSUIPC at all. Everything was going normally until the simulator locked up around 1,500 feet, froze for a minute or two, and then closed. This was on VATSIM in a busy airspace, though my sim will usually just stutter in such instances without crashing. The Windows crash details indicate FSRecorder as the faulting module, though it seems to always throw up the same .dll as the faulting module after a CTD. I was not using FSRecorder at the
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