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Davidicus Guest

I am having a problem with fs2004. Every so often (after 10 mins) of playing fs2004 it crashes and restarts. When it has restarted It tells me that my system has recovered from a serious error - a stop error. now i knew that a stop error is very bad but what it also told me was that it was to do with one of my drivers.. I have a joystick that plays up with a certain plane on fs2004 - so i thought that it was my joystick causing the problem. I uninstalled and reinstalled from the Saitek site the drivers and downloaded the fs2004 update but it still crashes with a stop error. can anyone give me some advise please. 😕

PC SPECS:
Processor: 3.2GHZ Intel Pentium 4, 640 with HT tech
Memory: 1024MB RAM
Graphics Card: 128MB ATI Radeon X740 XL
Hard Drive: 320GB

Joystick:
Saitek Cyborg 3D Force

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

I hope that you find this site helpful:

Davidicus Guest

I did what that website said and I finally got through to Microsoft who told me that I needed the latest drivers for my Lexar Media USB reader:

I then went on the Lexar Media Website and found something that I think might be the answer. On the next link go down to USB reader driver and its the first one under that subtitle:

but those are discontinued so I'm still unsure what to do. I dont want to download it because I'm worried that it wont be the right one and would stop my USB reader from working.

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

What is the exact model of your Lexar USB reader?

Davidicus Guest

Im not sure and I've forgotten the way that you find out so please can you explain how to find out, thanks 😎

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

Davidicus wrote:

Im not sure and I've forgotten the way that you find out so please can you explain how to find out, thanks 😎

Normally there is a model number on the device. Sometimes you can match your device by look and features on the manufactures website to determine the exact model that you have. Sometimes the model number shows up in the Device Manager area of My Computer Properties. Is it internal or plug in?

Davidicus Guest

CRJCapt wrote:

Is it internal or plug in?

It's certainly internal.

Davidicus Guest

I'm going to try putting the joystick into the back usb ports because I think they're made by Intel and may make a difference

Davidicus Guest

THANKS LOADS FOR THE ADVISE AFTER I PLUGGED THE JOYSTICK INTO BACK USB IT WORKED THANKYOU CRJCapt! 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

Glad to hear it, now go flying and stay out of the trees. 🙂

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