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iFly 737 NG/FSX APPCRASH FSUIP4 Ver4.86

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Evening,

I am new to this forum and hope I am posting in the correct place

I just updated my FSUIPC4 to the latest ver.4.86. while configurating my Siatek Flight Yoke and throttles I get an APPCRASH error and have to start over.

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH

Application Name: fsx.exe

Application Version: 10.0.61472.0

Application Timestamp: 475e17d3

Fault Module Name: SimConnect.dll

Fault Module Version: 10.0.61637.0

Fault Module Timestamp: 46fad5b6

Exception Code: c0000005

Exception Offset: 00004a5b

OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1

Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:

LCID: 1033

I also just upgraded A2A as well as ActiveSky 2012 sp2...

Any guidence would be greatly appriciated..........

Thank You,

Jim

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I am new to this forum and hope I am posting in the correct place

No, you posted in a Subforum intended as a repository for answers to commonly asked questions ("FAQ"). For all support questions you post here, to the Support Forum. I've moved it for you.

I just updated my FSUIPC4 to the latest ver.4.86. while configurating my Siatek Flight Yoke and throttles I get an APPCRASH error and have to start over.

The crash is actually in SimConnect, not in FSUIPC. Since FSUIPC does not use SimConnect for axis assignment or calibration, I suspect this crash is a result of some of the other software you have running. Maybe you are also using Saitek's own software and there is a clash? Or else try stopping your other recent changes - A2A and ActiveSky 2012.

Regards

Pete

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Thank You Pete,

I didi restrat and have gotten a different error

Problem Event Name: BEX

Application Name: fsx.exe

Application Version: 10.0.61472.0

Application Timestamp: 475e17d3

Fault Module Name: MSVCR80.dll

Fault Module Version: 8.0.50727.4927

Fault Module Timestamp: 4a2752ff

Exception Offset: 00008aa0

Exception Code: c000000d

Exception Data: 00000000

OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1

Locale ID: 1033

Additional Information 1: 4fa6

Additional Information 2: 4fa6443bc8d16c81390e67f7f63ce0f1

Additional Information 3: 4eca

Additional Information 4: 4eca3cbe8b5d238b7e65b4a454757e96

I will test without AS2012 activated and turning off Accu-Feel v2.

Jim

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Problem Event Name: BEX

That looks like some corruption someplace. I think "BEX" is to do with attempting to execute data. But I'm not sure. You might be better off referring to the CTD and Crash forum over in AVSIM. they have lots of examples and solutions over there.

If you Google BEX error you'll find lists of possibile causes, some to do with BIOS settings I think. Here was one reasonably clear explanation, though I don't know if it is correct:

Buffer overflow is a condition when some process tries to store data beyond the capacity of the fixed/available buffer so it tries to overwrite some other memory locations, too. And in Windows we have some security feature called Data Execution Prevention that is intended to prevent similar processes to prevent buffer overflow attacks (that can introduce some malicious codes). But in some cases DEP can prevent some legitimate software from executing, too. And then you can get a BEX error.

I don't really think I can help a lot more. Sorry.

Pete

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