First time ever I have had the BSoD, so not complaining too loudly.
I have a hodge-podge mixture of many things. Landing on the USS Nimitz from Rich Hogan's Carriers_2006. Many different aircraft. IRIS' F14B Tomcat. A few planes left over from a partial Flight Deck 4 installation. The default AI Dash-8-100 modified to be flyable then further modified to be carrier landable. My own home-built panels (mainly default B737_400 and kingair_350 gauges). RBCO version 2 to provide the working arrestor wires. An unregistered FSUIPC version 3.4 which came bundled with RBCO. I have changed some of the configuration parameters coz I don't want to use his HUD. Sigh. Wot a mess.
Blow by blow. I land on the carrier at a good speed and nose high, arrestor hook touching the deck first like it's supposed to, well to the stern of the four wires. In the next second or is, it goes through the arrestor wires and the positional gauge turns from red to green, indicating that it has a good trap. Then all goes black. If I miss the wires and bolter, or land with the tailhook up, the position gauge of course stays red and the problem does not occur.
Not surprisingly, the crash-dump information screen says that the module where it bombed out is dsd_arrestor.gau, and always at location 017f0. I get exactly the same result on all of the above mentioned planes.
Is it too much to ask if there are well known and easily fixed issues with the arrestor? Probably. But I'm asking anyway. Leaves me with more self-esteem than casually dropping a brochure for Flight Deck 6 at my mother-in-law's. LOLOL.
Steve from Mudgee.