View Full Version : 722 Crashing to Desktop
12-24-2004, 11:30 AM
Hey guys im having this problem lately when ive been flying teh GA727, whenver im at teh gate cold start ill run threw the long checklist, usally while im flying online. it seems though every once in a while when i push a nutton or hit a switch randomley on the ground while im going threw the checklist, i will get a black screen for like 7 seconds and FS9 will crash, i think sometimes i noticed this happen if i click a knob or button on the panel to many times really fast t does this, one time its was when i was adjusting TCAS range all the way up, (hit that like 5 times fast) one time i was swicthing a B pump on,radomely FS crashes, another time,it was when i was adjusting CRZ ALT pressurazation knob, all teh way up. Anyone else haveing this problem, i hate it because after FS crashes and boots back up i have to once again go through the tedious checklist lol
12-24-2004, 11:55 AM
What is your systems specs?
12-24-2004, 01:14 PM
126MB ATI 9700 Video CArd
Pentium 4 Processor
80 GB hard drive
512MB of RAM
ummmm dont really know muhc more im not that smart with computers
12-25-2004, 05:24 AM
I've exactly same random CTD Problem like Fly_N14 have, but I can't reproduce it. It occurs especially when starting with cold and dark cockpit.
P43,0-Gigabyte IPE1000MK-1GB DDRAM-ATI9600XT-WINXP Pro.
By the way Fly_N14, what is wrong with your keyboard?
12-25-2004, 05:52 PM
Do you use FSW2004?? If so what type DXT3 or 32bits?? Is your render to texture setting is on/off?
12-31-2004, 07:00 AM
I had one more CTD last night.
I was making before engine start procedures. Clicked the FE Upper panel windows icon at the Panel Cahnger, Than clicked the secret spot to show APU Panel and that is it. First FS Windows gone blankd and my HDD tried to load something for about 7-9 seconds and gave an error message..
Any comments from DEV Team?
By the way, I'm flying other payware/freeware problems without any problem. I don't have any RAM problems ( checked it ) and I don't overclock.
12-31-2004, 08:31 AM
Whenever I see these posts I try and replicate the situation (as does Nick), but until we get a clear and full picture from a list of users it's simply impossible to pinpoint, other than to say that it would seem these random CTD's are obviously user related as they happen totally at random it seems. For example, if a few people all said the hidden APU clickspot caused a CTD, we could look into closely.
I know it's frustrating, especially when over 99% of users don't experience the CTD! All I can ask is that you all keep posting with as much info as possible; exactly what you did proir to the CTD, any error message, add-on software, background running software etc.
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