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  1. Hi All Happy this issue has been reported, I’ve been having exactly the same problem and thought it was me as I’m just learning to fly this plane. Also using Active Sky for weather. Look forward to it being resolved Kind regards Q
  2. Hi All Completed three longish flights over the weekend using the last version of fsuipc posted with both RC4 and aiseparation working and happy to report no crashes 🙂 Thanks John and Peter for sorting this out. One thing I’ve learnt from this thread is that AI separation works! (In P3d) Regards Q
  3. Hi All Thanks John and Peter for all your hard work in tracking down the problem. Will try the new version as soon as I get a chance and report back, but seeing Ray’s posts seems you have the problem solved 🙂 Regards Q
  4. Hi All Tried two flights with my previous set up and flight (egkk-Leal) with 5.15 and no crashes either. Will keep testing... Hope that helps Regards Q
  5. Hi Flew the same scenario as Ray, from stock egll to stock eham, no add ons except Aerosoft 319, AIM OCI (100%) and RC4. Crashed on approach to eham, approximately 40mins flying time. No problems taxiing, or take off. Hope that’s of some help Regards Q
  6. Hi John I get the exactly the same crashes as Ray only mine occurs after approximately one hours flying time. I use egkk as my start point... Regards G
  7. Hi Guys I’m getting confused, is the problem with RC4 crashing fsuipc the same problem as ai smooth? Regards G
  8. Hi John Well the sweet spot for me appears to be 40% AI, tried a couple of flights with no crashes which is nice 😉 and the amount of AI isn’t too bad although it’s always nice to have more 😀. One other thing I meant to ask, does it matter how many programmes utilise fsuipc at the same time? Hope you’re able to find a fix and thanks for your help, if you need any more logs let me know Regards Alan ps this is using RC4 on the same computer as P3d
  9. Hi John Just tried a couple of flights using the same scenario as before. With AI set at 50% I had a crash with the same 3 errors reported. After much swearing I retried with 40% AI and had a crash free flight. I’ll keep testing. I did have logging on for the successful flight, so I’ll turn it on at 50% as well. I see what you mean about large files! 😁 Regards Alan
  10. H John Just completed 2 flights without Radar contact and no crashes. Want to try some more before drawing any conclusions, also want to try with RC but with AI chatter and interaction turned off. Haven't installed the ‘b’ dll as yet... Regards Alan
  11. That’d be me (Gandalf) 😁 Looking for help wherever I can. I guessed from your post on Avsim you were the other user Pete mentioned here 😉
  12. Hi Pete Many thanks for your reply. Yes I am getting 3 in a row with the first being a .net error then the 2 fsuipc errors. Also using the latest v4.5 and my win 10 was recently updated. Sorry for my ignorance but does AIM OCI use .net? Because as I said earlier I don’t get the crash with it disabled. Guess I should take this over to the AIG board but I’ve read most of that forum and haven’t seen anything about it crashing P3d Anyway, many thanks for your thoughts on this and please post if you have any other ideas although I appreciate that this doesn’t appear to be a fsuipc problem. Regards Alan
  13. Hi John Not tried that yet, but it didn’t crash when I disabled AI (AIM OCI) I’ll try the reverse and disable RC, still testing various combinations at the moment. Currently just have Aerosoft Airbus 318/19 package, Radar Contact and AIM OCI installed (along with fsuipc and mkrws) To be honest, I don’t believe it’s a fsuipc problem per se, but possibly more to do with bad data being received by fsuipc if that makes sense (as you can probably tell I’m not that computer literate!) Regards Alan
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