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A330 - CTD When Loading Flight Again

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Hello, I am having a recurrence of my issue noted in this thread:

I hadn't flown the A330 in some time, the only major system change I can think of was to update windows.  When I did so some permissions changed for A330 folders but I put them back so that all users have access.

 

Last night I reinstalled using Dave's instructions as I did to solve the issue last time.  After doing so I started up the sim to test and the plane loaded successfully.  However this morning when I went to start the sim to conduct a flight the CTD's continue.

 

There is no error message given and nothing shows up in event viewer.  The flight loads to 100%, I hear what sounds like the landing gear settling on the ground, then it crashes.  The screen remains black.  No other aircraft are affected in the same way.

 

Logs are attached, other relevant info:

A330 version: 1.0.0.7

P3D Version: 4.5.13.32097

Windows Version: Windows 10 Home Edition, version 1909, build 18363.657

 

ECAM_Systems.log EFB_Ctrl.log Immersion.log MCDUFPLNDataClb.txt MiscD2D.log AB_ND_GDI.log

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There is nothing in these logs that shows a problem.  As it ran before and does not now seems to suggest that there has to be something changed.  You are logged in with Admin rights?

 

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I did another reinstall and it seems to be working again.  Not sure what's going on here but hopefully it continues to work this time.

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