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P3D v4.2 Crash


Steffen Rabenau

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My apologies for answering in English -- I can't write or speak German.

 

I have the same graphics card and have never seen this problem. I never update my drivers although I think Windows may do it from time to time.  Presently I have Geforce 388.13 WHQL installed.  

 

No one else has reported a similar problem, so I think it must be something unique to your system.

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Double check the power connections on your gfx card.

Monitor your temperature of your card (using a program like GPU-Z, or nvidia's monitoring) while running P3D.   I would do that, and also update to the latest driver.

 

Are you seeing this many times?   Or just this one time?

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I also had this error, but only once. It happened while testing our Airbus, but it is simply not recreatable. After experiencing this error, I spent over 2 hrs of permanently starting and closing P3D with the Airbus without getting back this error.

As this error appears very frequently with other PC games on the market (outside flightsim) it is hard to tell what the root cause might be, maybe a combination of certain variables like DirectX calls, certain graphicard drivers etc. But for the moment impossible to track down.

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Steffen, as the installer for Trueglass is extremly basic, you should check the following (even after reinstalkling the DC8 without Trueglass):

- When you load P3D check if there is an entry for Trueglass in the Addons menu in P3D, if so set it to disable; if not the

- check the subfolder "gauges" in P3d for a file "trueglas.dll" and rename it to trueglas.xxx

Check if the error still occurs

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Hi, sorry had no time last days for further tests. But I disconnected the second monitor from my system, and look at this: It seems to be the reason ! With only one monitor it works. Seems to be the GPU connected to two screens on my system which leads to the problem.. I have to investigate a bit more, but...

 

Thank you all for your really kind help so far!

 

Best

Steff

 

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On 6/12/2018 at 12:46 PM, Mace_RB said:

Double check the power connections on your gfx card.

 

 

Steffen -- my original suggestion on June 12 is above.  You could be having hardware failure or insufficient power.

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