Chris_CYWG Posted January 26, 2004 Report Share Posted January 26, 2004 Hi, I was having several CTDs when simply exiting the sim. I could fire up the sim, goto the default KSEA with the 172, allow the plane to sit on the runway for 10 seconds, hit the close button, and I would get a gauranteed CTD involving nt.dll atc.dll weather.dll etc.. I thought at first it might be my sound card as I am running a Hercules Fortissimo III 7.1 with non WHQL XP drivers.. not being able to cleaning strip the drivers out, and up for some experimenting today, I reformatted my HDs and did a fresh XP install with no soundcard installed. I proceeded to add all the ASUS P4S533 drivers, the XP service packs, DX9b, and the Radeon 4.1 drivers, then installed COF. I set my display settings up, loaded up the normal default setting at KSEA described earlier, let it sit 10 seconds, closed out, and got a clean exit. I tried this several times proving to myself it worked. I then added in the fsuipc and pfc dll files, got a message from pfc.dll that I needed to select my com port. I went to the defualt setting, closed out, and bang CTD. I loaded up the sim again went to the default setting, selected my com port, exited the sim, and bang another CTD. Reloaded went to the defualt, closed out , exits clean. Reload, back to defualt, call up the menu to alter my aircraft settings, close out , CTD. Come back into the sim, go back and realter my ac setting as the CTD has not allowed them to save, exit out, its OK... go back in, call up PFC.dll to alter some of my buttons, exit out CTD. Now the trend I am seeing is this: If I access a menu, or the dll dialog box to alter anything, it seems to be wanting to write something (some kind of new config setting) but for some reason when I exit out after accessing, I get a CTD.. This now seemed to be a break in trend, which has stopped all together after the original install of the dll files... I have added in my yoke commands with no CTD on exit at all. Thanks, Chris Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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