Jump to content

lionwing

members
  • Content Count

    33
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About lionwing

  • Rank
    Flight Student - Groundwork

Recent Profile Visitors

885 profile views
  1. I had a problem with a CTD on some liveries only with the Professional product recently. It might not help in your situation but check the aircraft.cfg. There were a lot of "tabbed" spaces in the .cfg file for the liveries I added. By removing them and matching the formatting to the default liveries the problem was resolved. it took a lot of time, re installation of the product and C++libraries none of which fixed the problem to arrive at this simple solution. Good luck.
  2. All working now. There was just one product (Bergen X) in the basket. Does the current version include Terminal 3 at ENBR? (sorry...I know not the right place to ask this)
  3. Good evening. I have gone to purchase Bergen X this evening currently on offer at €13.58. On moving through the checkout out process as far as "Paypal Complete Purchase" the price shows at €18.10. How is the sale price for the download obtained?
  4. Success! After the best part of ten hours spent working through this problem yesterday the third party liveries for the A318 now work. My suspicion leads me to think there was some corrupt (but hidden characters) in the aircraft.cfg brought about by pasting sections of the file following the update in October. The advice, on occassion, in advance of a update is to back up the aircraft.cfg to preserve any installed liveries. I rewrote the aircraft.cfg for the third party liveries to fix this problem. Regards
  5. Got me stumped! It also occurs if you follow the instructions in this thread for using a 32bit livery; I'm not quite sure where to go with this problem next?
  6. The point I am making is the same as "mousemansteven". The repaint worked fine until the last update but now crashes the sim. Is it a fair conclusion to say something changed in the product to cause this issue?
  7. Please refer to this topic before reading below. I do not believe this problem has been resolved and the above topic has been closed incorrectly. The repaint above worked fine in P3Dv4 until the most recent update. Therefore I conclude some change within that update created this problem. A support ticket has been raised and while acknowledged is now forty eight old with minimal progression toward a solution. If the repaint is really incompatble with latest product update then lets understand why that is the case and look to resolve that. Kind Regards
  8. Here you go. Airbus A318 Airwego G-AWGA Richard
  9. It happens with a livery for the VA I fly with for the A318. I will PM you a link to the file. I will raise the support ticket shortly. Regards.
  10. I have removed and reinstalled all C++ redistributables and the product with the same error reported. Are there any other toolscI can use to understand the problem? Why would this problem only on third party liveries for the A318?
  11. Good morning. Sorry for the delay in replying. The error does seem consistent pointing to urctbase.dll with slight difference in the text. See below; (differences in bold). Prepar3D.exe 4.3.29.25520 5b2c3263 ucrtbase.dll 10.0.17134.319 40b70dec c0000409 000000000006cea8 ae8 01d4734d1f689496 D:\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.exe C:\WINDOWS\System32\ucrtbase.dll 16ee7e4b-62f9-4662-a727-85f76f6b8f6b The text above is taken from the "details" tab of the crash. The text shown below is from the "General" tab; Faulting application name: Prepar3D.exe, version: 4.3.29.25520, time stamp: 0x5b2c3263 Faulting module name: ucrtbase.dll, version: 10.0.17134.319, time stamp: 0x40b70dec Exception code: 0xc0000409 Fault offset: 0x000000000006cea8 Faulting process id: 0xae8 Faulting application start time: 0x01d4734d1f689496 Faulting application path: D:\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.exe Faulting module path: C:\WINDOWS\System32\ucrtbase.dll Report Id: 16ee7e4b-62f9-4662-a727-85f76f6b8f6b Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: To repeat the error only occurs with third party liveries on the A318. Kind Regards.
  12. Good evening. I have run the Microsoft.net repair tool. This didn't resolve the problem. Steps 2 & 3 only apply to a FSX installation as I am running P3Dv4. With step four...well it seems I have a lot of entries for Microsoft Visual C++. See attached image. All further suggestions are welcome. Thank you for all your help so far. Kind Regards.
  13. I don't doubt your conclusion but if that were the case why would the A319 etc all load without error? I am also using P3Dv4 so assume the references to FSX in your reply stil apply?
  14. I have V1.2.1.3 of the Airbus Professional installed on a Windows 10 machine. With the last update when I go to load any third part repaints the model can be selected from the Vehicles menu of P3Dv4. On clicking OK the screen clears (as it normally does) and then crashes to the desktop. The A319, A320 & A321 both included and third party repaints all load correctly as does the A318 repaints included with the product. The A318 worked fine with the third party liveries in early versions of the product. As a further check I downloaded another livery for the A318 (to check I didn't have any corrupt texture files etc) with the same results. When checking the Windows Event Viewer the following log is generated; Prepar3D.exe 4.3.29.25520 5b2c3263 ucrtbase.dll 10.0.17134.319 40b70dec c0000409 000000000006cea8 10d0 01d46eb4615313a6 D:\Prepar3D v4\Prepar3D.exe C:\WINDOWS\System32\ucrtbase.dll 70d10579-9034-42d2-b44f-2831b7b87395 Any suggestions as to what I can try next?
  15. The Twin Otter is a fantastic aircraft and "at home" in so many environments. Flying in and around the small airports across Northern Norway are a delight in this aircraft especially when the weather is fine. I'ill confess I'm not fully proficient with the aircraft yet with the descents a little troublesome. Hope you like the shots.
×
×
  • Create New...