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  1. Was getting an occasional ntdll.dll crash with airlines only or GA only (no military), but only if I overloaded the sim.  Definitely seemed more stable without military, but the ntdll error was still present.


    Swapped to 2012 schedules and did PHX - IAH, no ntdll crash at 32% airline (did OOM at the end but that's not MyTraffic's fault).


    Will try the livery fix mentioned in the other thread.





  2. Hello,


    Since I installed 5.4c, I have been having ntll.dll crashes very frequently in any airplane (default C172 and no weather to 737NGX with REX Wx engine)  Before 5.4c, I was running 5.4b at 35% airline and 20% GA, and 100% UT2, and never had a crash.   I did a bunch of trial and error, and finally narrowed it down to MyTraffic.  Once I disabled it in the scenery library, I no longer had ntdll.dll crashes (even after slewing around the world at 40,000kts for hours).  I even used settings such as 10% Airline and it still ntdll.dll crashes.


    As an example, last weekend I did KPHX-KORD-KBOS in the NGX.  While sitting at the gate, I CTD'd after 10 minutes (Airline at 40%, no GA).  Reloaded, took off, and it ntdll.dll'd around 10,000 feet.  Thankfully, I saved the flight and relaoded it during the climb and it crashed every single time at the same point (around 5 minutes in).  I disabled Mytraffic and no crash.  After disabling it, I was able to fly for the 6 hours real time with no crash.


    Just reactivated MyTraffic around KPHX a few minutes ago, slewed from PHX to PAN (50nm northeast of PHX) and had the traffic bar open to see how many airplanes were up.  I had a ntdll error immediately and only had ~15 airplanes on the traffic bar (only had it at 20% density).


    I do have the saved flight -- would be more than happy to send it to you if it helps you out.


    System is:

    i7-2660k @4.7


    SLI GTX 580s

    win7 64bit



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