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Where are the FSX log files?

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Karlw Chief Captain

I keep getting a fatal error at KLAS and TNCM at the same position on multiplayer and I want to see what's wrong. Where can I find the log files?

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RadarMan Chief Captain
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Hongming Zheng (jianqing) First Officer

how do ya even play mutiplayer? Confused

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Karlw Chief Captain

lol with FS passengers that's the only way I can get an aircraft.downfall to that is I can only start at airports I bought my planes at otherwise 1 out of at least 67 try's fail and I am not being sarcastic.

By the way thank you Radarman but I should have mentioned i'm using Vista and can't find it in that location.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Vista.

Logbook.BIN Vista C:\Users\%username%\Documents\Flight Simulator X Files\

Radar

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Karlw Chief Captain

Thanks Radar

But I see about one hundred files what is the FSX log named? It is getting worse I am getting a fatal error CTD every few minutes now Confused

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Logbook.bin.

CTD can be overheating, if it happens on a certain area or with just one add-on aircraft that could be the fault of the scenery or add-on.

Radar

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Karlw Chief Captain

Thank you Radarman but just one more question. I can't read the log file it's encrypted and no matter what application I open it with it remains the same. I am the administrator on my computer so I can already rule that out. Confused

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RadarMan Chief Captain

That's the flight log not the Windows log.

Radar

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Karlw Chief Captain

That's odd that's the only Logbook.bin file I have in that folder? Now about 5 minutes after getting onto a multiplayer server I get a CTD this is really frustrating Confused

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Nick (truckernick) Captain

Karlw wrote:

Thank you Radarman but just one more question. I can't read the log file it's encrypted and no matter what application I open it with it remains the same. I am the administrator on my computer so I can already rule that out. Confused

To get into the file, you must right-click on the file and go down to properties and there should be two box's, uncheck the one that says read only.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

It's the only one because that's the FSX folder not Windows.

Is this what you want.

http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/vista/vista_event_viewer.htm

Radar

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