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rossfr Guest

Hello, any help will be greatly appreciated please!

I can be playing for hours fine, starting from default location in Friday harbor for example. no problem.

but when I try "big" airport like KSEA or "heavy" mission like the one with the bell206 in Tokyo, FSX will hang during loading and freeze the computer or will freeze after a few seconds after the scenery started.

E6600 on Asrock 775dual vsta mobo
2gigs of corsair xms2
leadtek 6800GT

thanks!

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Are your graphics card drivers up-to-date?

Try flying from a smaller airport into KSEA and see if the display starts stuttering once you get nearer to the airport (KSEA)...

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Faucett Captain

Tailhook wrote:

Are your graphics card drivers up-to-date?

Try flying from a smaller airport into KSEA and see if the display starts stuttering once you get nearer to the airport (KSEA)...

+1. Large cities demand much more of your system.

rossfr Guest

sorry but my english is no so good...

when I said about "hang and freeze", I mean big system crash, I have to reboot, sound start to loop and eventually, sometimes, it happens I have blue screen (the irq_not_less_or_equal kind...).

I tested my, new, config with 1h of OCCT and no errors. All the others games work fine, only FSX.

I tried several differenty drivers from nvidia and unofficial drivers, still system crash, I even changed the sound card (audigy 4) drivers.

As I read in a post, I will try to reduce the traffic, because I actually noticed that system crash happens during heavy traffic scenery (airport or big cities).

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

If you can reproduce the text of the blue screen and communicate it to MS FSX support, that might help determine the source of the problem.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Overheating, add a fan in the rear to let out more hot air and open the case and clean the fans and heatsink.

Radar

rossfr Guest

RadarMan wrote:

Overheating, add a fan in the rear to let out more hot air and open the case and clean the fans and heatsink.

Radar

err....I dont think so... : I have 2 fans 12cm on my textorm 6A19, my core2 runs 39c and 6800GT 62c at full load....

I tried reducing the traffic to zero, but the game even crashed the computer when in the menu...

well...I uninstalled, FSX back in the box, tomorrow back to the shop and I reinstalled FS9.
Confused

tiomiguel Guest

I habe the same problem. computer stable, but when runnig in a new scenery, computer hangs. It is horrible

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