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However, the technical information will be of no use to you (unless you are a software engineer) and there is no point in reporting the issue to Microsoft as a) the ya say ya never had an OOM error. gomes, Apr 13, 2008 #3 RoBe Joined: Dec 26, 2006 Messages: 175 might be that you've run out of space on the paging file RoBe, Apr 13, 2008 #4 danielvillava Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? http://olivettipc.com/problem-with/problem-with-systemworks-2004.html

Back to top of page Weak sound Occasionally, you may discover that FS sounds go so quiet that even with settings at 100% it seems very distant. I attempted to load FS9, but still "Building Scenery Database" and OOM again.I really don't think I am low on memory. Nevertheless, and very clear: everyone tried here at your own risk! Advertisement Recent Posts Please help me hard reset! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-with-flight-simulator-2004-memory-available.702873/

Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Downloads Back Main Library Page FS Airport Diagrams Terminal Procedures for Plan-G Calendar Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams It seems this is Flight Simulator getting in a knot, rather than a physical problem. This is usually caused by faulty scenery, usually at the airport concerned but sometimes at an airport many miles away! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Bill Andras FL100 SVA Pilot 134 posts LocationU.S.

This will bring up a second window identifying the cause. Step 2 is the rebuild the windows paging file. Jump to content General Discussion Scandinavian VA - Forums Existing user? You should explore all the above options first, although it seems few people do.

Step one tells Windows XP to allocate more than 2GB of virtual memory available. I followed the steps, but still OOM. It may very well be that with your current FS9 state (aircraft, scenery, AI aircraft if any and traffic if any and also any other enhancements you have added.) FS9 may The curious thing is that the scenery itself seemed to work just fine without these files.

Worth checking . . . I know of three instances where an auto-installer has maliciously included a virus or trojan file, and have also come across several seemingly genuine files which have a distinctly adverse affect The following steps contain things like change your game settings (but you need to be in the game to do this), update your video card (mine is updated to the fullest), You may need to stretch the window to show everything: You may find that the Flight Simulator level shows the (apparent) default of 25% but move the slider up to about

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  2. CFG by changing this section just to see if it will load.[TrafficManager]TrafficDensity=0IFROnly=0EnableAirline=0EnableGeneralAviation=0I have just been having the same sort of problem but i have managed to get flying again but only
  3. El programa se cerrarŠ.
  4. Tried to fly the EKCH-RJAA flight, wich usually "crashed"/ran out of memory 1,5 hours inflight.I was able to complete the whole flight for the first time in months  ;D .
  5. Now you have Windows XP will need to know that such a request can come from programs and it should not be alarmed: Step 2: Give Windows XP with a "Run"
  6. Software crashes credited to ntdll.dll may also relate to multiple A&FD files with differing co-ordinates - see ai_playr.dll comments.
  7. For example I made several sets of traffic tools and complied them using TTools.
  8. Why couldn't I just get FS9 down to a level where it can handle what I have?

What I don't understand is this: If 1GB of RAM is not enough to run the game now, why would it have been enough to run the game 6-7 years ago http://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/showthread.php?243580-FS2004-Error-Message-out-of-memory It is a good idea to use autosave.dll by Pete Dowson if you experience problems, which will automatically save your flight at pre-determined intervals. And, voila!! If you start the FS fs9.exe again with the unchanged, the Yak is working again as usual.

Your donation here helps to pay our bandwidth costs, emergency funding, and other general costs that crop up from time to time. this contact form might find something there in the way of a solution.Regards,MelThanks Mel, I did try deleting all the entries in the scenery.cfg file, and all that are left are the scenery areas Sign up Log in Home Downloads News Forum Tools & Tutorials World Airport Database Knowledge Center What are Virtual Airlines? Does anyone have any ideas about that ?Even.

a screen driver issue when Flight Simulator freezes, or goes blank, and (sometimes after a delay) shows a message stating that Flight Simulator has stopped working When you get this message Step 1 says to make sure that there is enough memory in the computer. Try googling and you'll find alot of hits. have a peek here Just link to this page.

You shouldn't be using XP any more - because Microsoft has so decided. Any new suggestions, ideas is greatly appreciated.Even.sas1159 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites sas1150 Sea level SVA Pilot 11 posts Posted May 4, 2008 · Report who are we trying to help cause they guy that posted this originaly hasn't returned a reply to any of our responses. 8 gigs of ram 1TB HardDrive 3.10ghz processor windows

See http://forums1.avsim.net/index.php?showtopic=235923&hl=martinlest2 for an explanation of exactly what does and does not cause problems.

reinstalling not a option but a last resort any help would be appreciated Donald Miller http://creativesimulationsforfs2004.yolasite.com/ This keeps happening to me, amd what works for me is one of two things: Run Disk Cleanup to free up space, and then try running Flight Simulator again." It says that I may not have enough free space, but I have. It can be resolved by going to another airport, and then loading the desired airport. All rights reserved.

This problem can also occur with AI aircraft with reflections, when the aircraft loads in Flight Simulator some distance before you are likely to see it. Back to top of page Hints and Tips Here are some useful pages on other sites: FS9.cfg file (NickN) Tuning (NickN) Frame Rates (Mathjis Kok) Back to top of page Lockheed It may be corrupt. Check This Out If possible.> Source: http://www.flightx.d...d&threadID=3840 Make a backup copy before and do not mistype !.

Also if you can, either visually check the motherboard for what RAM is installed (IMPORTANT; always unplug the PC before you open the case and keep one hand on a metal Thank you and sorry my bad English. If you believe the problem is caused by scenery, temporarily disable all of your add-on sceneries in the Scenery Library. Find and copy the FS9.exe to a temp folder on your desktop.

It may be co-incidental but I think this problem occurred after I installed Windows SP2. (I have UK VFR photographic scenery recently installed but I think (!) the problem occurred before Could that be the problem? Try to start the sim directly from there (the Fs9.exe) If it boots and loads you of course need to tidy up a bit. If not, remove 50% of those that you reinstated.

If it could handle, for example, 10 sceneries, why can't it handle 9 sceneries? Next, delete you FS9.cfg and rename the FS9.exe to Fs9_backup.exe, if you have the Fs9.1 patch installed send a copy the Fs9.1.exe into ***\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator 9 or copy the Menu Forums View All Forums (Refresh) Help Using the Forums Rules & Policies Signature Rules Terms of Service (ToS') Copyrighted Material On AVSIM Library File Library (Main Page) Latest Library Additions Contrary to what is often quoted elsewhere, Flight Simulator works fine with: multiple AFD files, as long as the airport co-ordinates are identical a single AFD file with differing co-ordinates to

No? Please read our Help For New Flightsimmers. Why can't I get FS9 down to a level where it will be happy? Do you think that if I remove some of the other scenery I have, it would be less taxing on the RAM, and FS9 might work?

One set I did not compile before I started the FlSim and got a CTD with the same message as you have. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Games > Computer problem? As an example I found I could not start a flight at any airport in the southern half of Africa. In another folder for example, or another partition if you have one.