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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote borisvp Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July-24-2019 at 6:09pm
Not the F22, but I frequently fly with the Carenado B36, the Flysimware Lear Jet and the Realair Duke, mostly flights of a little over an hour (during IVAO trainings and exams) with no errors. But how does that help me? 

If it is an incompatibility with PMDG and/or ActiveSky or whatever, it needs to be solved by one of the developers.
If it is something with my specific system and/or installation, I hope to get enough input to be able to solve it myself.

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Testing should be done first with the P3D default F22.
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I made two 3h+ flights with default aircraft without any addons running. EZCA stops working every 30-90 minutes. uxtheme.dll, MSCTF.dll, ntdll.dll, KERNELBASE.dll, user32.dll.

So I would say the various addons can be ruled out. Which doesn't surprise me, as a systemic incompatibility with one of the common addons would have been noticed by more than just a few users.

But what is it then? With Windows10, I don't have too much influence on what MS does with my system. It's 1809 build 17763.615, BTW.

Any ideas where to look?

Boris

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Originally posted by borisvp borisvp wrote:

Any ideas where to look?


Boris, hello!
This is very similar to system instability after overclocking the CPU. What processor is installed in your PC? Try lowering the frequency a bit or increasing the CPU core voltage a bit.
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Hi,

I run a Ryzen 2700 processor in its default mode.

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Originally posted by borisvp borisvp wrote:

I made two 3h+ flights with default aircraft without any addons running. EZCA stops working every 30-90 minutes. uxtheme.dll, MSCTF.dll, ntdll.dll, KERNELBASE.dll, user32.dll.

So I would say the various addons can be ruled out. Which doesn't surprise me, as a systemic incompatibility with one of the common addons would have been noticed by more than just a few users.

But what is it then? With Windows10, I don't have too much influence on what MS does with my system. It's 1809 build 17763.615, BTW.

Any ideas where to look?

Boris



The whole idea is to get it working with the F22 (or other default aircraft) / P3D default setup  first.

Then it should work with add-ons.




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