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Downloaded the latest FSUIPC (2.9.7.4) and Autosave (1.4.4.0). What happened, FS2002 Prof on Win XP Prof crashes quite immediately after welcome screen is shown (that B in climb over an airport).

If I rename/remove autosave.dll, no crash happens.

No other add-on except FSNav loaded.

Need help!

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Downloaded the latest FSUIPC (2.9.7.4) and Autosave (1.4.4.0). What happened, FS2002 Prof on Win XP Prof crashes quite immediately after welcome screen is shown (that B in climb over an airport).

Hmmm. That's odd. Seems okay here. I'll look at it immediately. Thanks!

Pete

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I found a possible problem with timing. AutoSave accesses one of the PANELS routines, like a gauge, to get some deta relating to ground movements, and for some reason the recent code changes I made can, sometimes, cause a crash by accessing the panels routines in FS before the aircraft is fully loaded.

Odd that I managed to get it to happen two out of three times on one PC here, but not at all on another.

Sorry not to have spent enoiugh time regression testing it before I released it. I put it down to overload on FSUIPC for FS2004.

Please find version 1.45 of AutoSave attached. I will release it to the other websites now.

Regards,

Pete

AutoSave.zip

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Pete (and Fuuqa),

Same problem here (with FS2002 and WinXP). After installation of AutoSave v.144, FS simply refuses to load and MS-generated error message (long and to me incomprehensible) indicates a panel.dll problem. (My appologies ot the MSFS Team who received multiple error submissions tonight...)

The new AutoSave v1.45 works a charm (or at least FS loads nicely enough).

Thanks much,

Mike MacKuen

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