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Frank Darbyshire

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  1. Beta tester still at work Yesterday got V5 running again after uninstalling A330 and then repair Prepar3d Academic. New Idea install A330 then run repair Prepar3d Academic. ( checked all MSVC++ redistributable 2015-2019s OK). Install A330, rebooted, V5 did not work. Run repair Prepar3d Academic which Failed ???. End part of log below. Uninstalled 330 then run repair Prepar3d Academic Success. V5 now working again From the log file it appears that A330 installer is doing some thing with NetFx472Redist which is part of MS dot net. Hope
  2. I have uninstalled A330 and am running the repair of P3d V5 I noticed that both P3D V5 and A330 install MSVC++ redistributable 2015-2019. I now have the redistributable twice (x64) 14.25.28508 and (x86 )14.23.27820 Frank
  3. I have the same problem V5 hanging, does not get to the start screen after installing A330, it was ok just before. I removed Trueglass folder and rebooted still the same P3D v5 hangs continually trying to do this see extract from Process monitor log below. ec87f1e3-c13b-4100-b5f7-8b84d54260cb} is well known for causing problems Now I am going to uninstall A330, then repair V5 which worked last time. Frank Darbyshire LOG --------------------------------------------------- "10:52:49.9686567","Prepar3D.exe","8524","RegOpenKey","HKLM\System\CurrentContro
  4. Hi Georgios Event errors are in the windows control panel. Easiest way to get there :- Start Menu type "event" windows will show Event viewer Select event viewer. Select Windows Logs ->Application Scroll through to find the red ones You can look up the error using the error number My System is working ok now. I did repair "Microsoft visual C++ Redistributables " for 2015 onwards. after the last update. Frank
  5. Me to Gives me an application error exception code 0xc0000409 seems to have a problem with ucrtbase.dll which is part of MS C++ runtime quote Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 4.5.13.32097, time stamp: 0x5d8abf93 Faulting module name: ucrtbase.dll, version: 10.0.18362.387, time stamp: 0x4361b720 Exception code: 0xc0000409 Fault offset: 0x000000000006c4c8 Faulting process id: 0x18b8 Faulting application start time: 0x01d5ef0eff4a0f8c Faulting application path: P:\P3D\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\System32\ucrtbase.dll
  6. Found it FSUIPC auto save. EHAM/EIDW completed. I don't have this problem with any other airplane. just a stutter. Frank
  7. I made a video.1st attempt Recording in P3D does not show screens so I used OBS Studio. This went woble at about 300 feet, about when I set standard atmosphere Second attempt. I made a mess of the take off yoke did not appear to be working correctly. Then engaged AP. The event is at about 4min 45sec. Also latest log files. Frank EHAM-EIDW _Trim.mp4 AltProcess.log ECAM_Systems.log EFB_Ctrl.log
  8. I remembered that I had logging on so attached log files. I will try to make a video I'm not sure how to do that yet. Frank AltProcess.log ECAM_Systems.log EFB_Ctrl.log
  9. I have now tried to fly EHAM EIDW 3 times now. Each time during the climb the throttle appears to go to A/floor TOGA Lock for no reason. Then it climbs until it stalls. Disconnect AP does not seem to disconnect, and has to be done few times. Also A/THR does not disconnect correctly. The last time I flew this I was ready to see what happened. I was on a normal climb from rwy 24 about 15 miles from BERGI. Just passed FL180. Attached picture from just after the problems. Software used P3D 4,5 + HF A330 V 1.0.0.7 updated today Active sky P3D AS Cloud art Chase Plane
  10. Good day all Yesterday evening I was flying A330 EDDM -> EDDM In the decent I switched from STD to Atmospheric pressure and pressed 'B' to align with correct pressure which I believe was about 1038Hpa (still is today). The plane immediately went into a dive Auto pilot cut out and I was unable to recover. I think this may have happened to me before. Is this a bug? i.e. large sudden altitude error. Or is it something to be aware of. Frank Darbyshire KLM 350
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