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    • George, We will have to have more information my friend.    When did you experience the CTD and under what specific conditions in P3D?   Would you pleasr reboot your computer, then download and run the Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Tool  and take screen shots of any errors and fixes it finds, then post those screen shots here?  You can take screen shots in Windows 19   If you need to take a screen shot, please see THIS WEBSITE.     We are looking forward to hearing back from you!    
    • Hello Randy, and welcome to our forums!  Sorry to hear you're experiencing a problem.   You shouldn't see any erratic behavior or anything else which needs smoothing on the Speed Tape.   Would you please share the following System Specs?   Desktop or Laptop?   Processor Type?   Turbo Mode Active?   Hyper Threading Active?   Overclocked?  Speed?   Graphics Card Type/Model?   GPU Overclocked?  Speed?   Memory (RAM) Size?        Prepar3d Version   (Example: P3D 4.5.13.32097)     Would you please describe exactly what you are experiencing and under what specific conditions?   Something like this is going to be a serious and questions and answers as we try to imagine what  you're seeing/experiencing, so if at all possible, would you please also provide a short video of what you're experiencing?  If you need a good, free and easy to use program to setup and use for capturing video then you may wish to try Open Broadcaster Studio (streaming software which also has an excellentand very easy to use video recorder).  If you need a hand setting it up. someone over on the Aerosoft Online Flight Sim Community Discord (Voice) Server Server might be able to give you a hand.   In addition to capturing the speed tape in the video, would you please also capture (zoomed in) a few seconds each of the Primary Flight Display (PFD), Navigation Display (ND), MDCU with the Flight Plan showing, Flight Control Unit (FCU, in a  Boeing this would be called the MCP), and the Upper and Lower ECAM displays?  We're basically looking for a few seconds recording zoomed on each display in the aircraft excect the First Officer's displays.     Looking forward to hearing back from  you!            
    • Daran habe ich auch schon gedacht, könnte die Werte vom A319 Aerosoft nehmen, reinkopieren, da gibt es die Werte mit geraden Panel/ Besserem Zoom...    Danke
    • Hi, unexpected CTD for second time. Please have a look at the event  Georgios
    • pluto7777, see that nice Bose headset the captain is wearing? It's noise cancelling and exactly what real aircrew wear these days. The GoPro camera mike, or whatever the camera is and uses, captures a lot of noise the pilots never hear thanks to those headsets, as noted by Otto and Mathijs. So the sound in the video is like what pilots really hear. However, as Mathijs notes, while not completely flightcrew realistic, the sound set is a compromise between reality and what users expect. It was well debated during development and is the result of a lot of thought. Like any compromise, it won't make everyone happy, but it is the best balance for the majority of our users, which does include many working airline and professional aviation pilots.
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