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  1. Final results. I did Nick's method of reinstalling P3D and it went very smooth. I did not run the Delete Generated Files batch file though. I only had a couple of settings I had to fix. The good news is that I can now fly through the W7* 30' longitude without a crash. Thanks for all the help with this problem. It can be marked as solved now.
  2. OK, I did this exercise down to the point where it says "If you had everything outside the P3D folder, then this is the advise from Ben" My question now is: Do I need to do any of the instructions after this line. I had everything installed in the P3D folder, nothing outside except my A2A aircraft which are installed in C: \users\Tom\Documents\Prepar3D v4 Add-ons. My P3D is installed in E:\Program Files\Lockheed Martin\P3D v4. I have not tried running P3D yet.
  3. Thanks Nick for the instructions. I will give this a go and report back. Might be a couple of days.
  4. OK, I'm back with a little more information on this issue. I did go over to the opposite longitude and as I mentioned above there was no CTD there. So I flew east all the way to longitude W74* 59' where the sim stopped and CTDed. I was thinking that this was going to take place at W59* but it was actually W74* 59'. Then I decided to go as far north as I could to try it from there. So I flew to N83* 31' W76* 30' and started flying east when I got to W74* 59' the sim stopped and CTDed. So it looks like I am not allowed to fly all the airspace between W7* 30' and W74* 59' A total of 67 longi
  5. YEEOW! I am going to hold off on a compleat re-install for now. Currently I am flying on the other side of the world. I went over there to see if the problem would occur at the opposite longitude. It didn't. I am going to continue on around to the east until I get to the 59th longitude where I stopped before and see if it happens again. Then if neccessary I will look into a re-install.
  6. I didn't forget about that other topic. With this one I wanted to get into the support forum where I might get a little more help. I am getting desparate trying to figure this out. I wouldn't think that I have any old FS9 things lying about. I had been using FSX since it was released and it had been reinstalled a few times and I also changed to FSX-SE. I still have FSX-SE installed on a different SSD and I occasionally fly it. I have been using P3Dv4.5 for a couple of years now. I have only started this CTD business in the last month or so. In the other post a couple of people did try
  7. Lately I cannot get through Longitude W7* 30.00" As soon as the nose of my plane hits this line my sim (P3D v4.5) freezes and will not restart. Sometimes the sounds are still working but that's it. If I click on any of my screens (I am using 3) anything to do with the sim greys out and I have to shut it down . Sometimes it crashes to desktop on it's own. As long as I stay away from that longitude all is well. I have tried crossing at different lattitudes, some as far away as 400 miles but I cannot get past it. I even tried setting my location on the map to be L W9* 30" or further and that doe
  8. Thanks for getting back to me Nick. And you are right. Last night I discovered that I was trying to do the updates in FSX but I am using FSX-SE. Like you say it was looking in the wrong place for my config file. I got everything updated.
  9. I am running FSX-SE I have 5 product updates pending but when I try to install the update I get this error. Error: It appears that your scenery.cfg is corrupt or missing, You may need to launch or reinstall the simulator to regenerate it. I have run the Scenery Config Editor and have the config file all straightened out but I keep getting the same error message when I try to update. I am using SceneryConfigEditor v1.1.9 Anyone have any ideas that can help me with this?
  10. Thanks to the guys that gave this flight a go and didn't have any trouble getting through that longitude. It looks like the problem is with my system. I did try coming in from the other side. I had to go all the way to just offshore of the east coast of North America to get it to go. I was only able to fly as far as W59* XX" before the sim froze and crashed. So there are 52 degrees in there that I can't run the sim in. I am going to work on my set up to see if I can find something. If I find the solution I will post it here.
  11. Thanks for checking that out. Are you also using the same Orbx as me. Global Base, Global Vector and Open LC Europe? I am starting to think this is an Orbx issue. The next thing I am going to try is find a spot on the other side of that line where I can get it to go and come at it from the other side going east. This is something that just started happening a month or so ago.
  12. I saw on another forum that some people using MSFS were having a very similar problem with CTDs in certain areas. The posts I saw were talking about areas around Iceland were their system was crashing as they got to certain points in their flight plan.
  13. No one wants to check this out and let me know? If I am the only one with this problem I'll start looking elsewhere.
  14. Lately I cannot get through Longitude W7* 30.00' As soon as the nose of my plane hits this line my sim (P3D v4.5) freezes and will not restart. Sometimes the sounds are still working but that's it. If I click on any of my screens (I am using 3) anything to do with the sim greys out and I have to shut it down . Sometimes it crashes to disk on it's own. As long as I stay away from that longitude all is well. I have tried crossing at different lattitudes, some as far away as 200 miles but I cannot get past it. I even tried setting my location on the map to be L W9* 30' and that doesn't work eith
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