NitroUK 13 Posted April 20, 2015 Report Share Posted April 20, 2015 Hi Guys (and Gals if your reading , I'm wondering if someone can offer some advice. My PC is quite modern i5 quad core 3.1, 8 gab DDR3, Nvidia GeForce 750 GTX OC Storm graphics card running windows 7 ultimate 64bit OS. Now I have been running fsx gold edition (has accelerator in it) and am constantly getting fatal crashes when changing views from VC To panels, VC to outside etc. I only have the initial game in at the moment and have installed FSX then run it up for a few seconds, rebooted PC. Installed accelerator (which installs sp2) run it up in a flight for a few seconds, reboot PC. Then I'll start a free flight once I've set my I game graphics to my monitor res 1920 x 1080 - 22" hd monitor.. Have a quick look around outside then go into the Virtual cockpit. I can happily open pop up panels without it crashing (FMS, GPS etc) but as soon as I go from an in cockpit view to another then back - it crashes to desktop with no error message.im now on my 2 or 3rd clean install in case it's an installation issue. I haven't even installed my fusipc, Air hauler or another other non standard aircraft. I've tried numerous clean installs to non program file directories (I.e d:/FSX or d:/Flight Sim Deluxe). It's just the basic game. I'd let to get this sorted as I want to get some virtual airline flights done plus have a look at one of the legs for the ATWS tour. If I get no where with advice that's given I think I'm happy to go back to windows xp as I'm sure I had less problems with that than I'm getting on windows 7. But that is my last ditch hope. I can also afford a 1TB external hard drive at the end of the month will this help if only fsx and its addons are on this? There is a program (I forget the name) that you run before launching a troublesome program and it will grab the crash error for you so you can look at it and go from there,....does anyone know what it's called? Apologies for some many questions and thank you for all replies Best wishes Glenn Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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