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Hi All.

 

For some reason FSX has died on my PC.  I click on the FSX icon, the little wait/processing circular thing appears for a couple of seconds and then nothing happens at all.  I can only assume that FSX is crashing at start up.

 

Are there any log files included in FSX that I can look at to see what is happening?

 

J.

Edited by J G

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Try deleting FSX.cfg and restart FSX (backup the current one). A new fresh cfg will be automatically created.

You will have to apply your tweaks again (copy/paste from the backup).

Edited by rosariomanzo

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Thanks Rosario, I have tried your suggestion but It didn't work.  FSX is crashing before it is getting to the FSX.cfg file. I changed the FSX.cfg's name and tried to start FSX again. The same thing happens and no new FSX.cfg is created.

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Another thing to do before exe.xml. Maybe your logbook is corrupt. Search logbook.ini in your Documents/FSX files folder, back it up and delete it. Restart FSX.

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I have found the issue with this. It was a windows update.  I rolled back the windows update and then everything was fine.

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Not sure but one in the last week or so I think. I will try to get more information on it when I get home. 

 

 

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