…but i think I found what caused my real problem, and I feel kinda stupid now (anyway, i ve learned some lessons ) - I have MSI Afterburner installed long time ago to gain proper controll of the fans on the gpu, because that thing goes really hot and i dont want to fry it. But i forgot, that i wanted to try some undervolting too… yeah… I was just curious about it and wanted to test this option and I thought I reverted back those attemps already… well, my bad. I ve reset the settings in Afterburner now and voila… It works. So, shame on me! (and it really makes sense now why I was able to go to msfs menu after cfg reset, cause then I entered lower demanding graphic setting / and wasnt able to enter the menu when it was set to ultra as i was used to). So i hope this was it
And that event log… I found “VCRUNTIME140.dll” error and something related to “nvlddmkm.sys”, which has to do with nvidia drivers, yeah, i know now… And yes, i am well familiar with the “community”&“cache” rule
thanks and sorry for the confusion / writing now to asobo, that i’ve “figured it out”
Are you using the Honeycomb Bravo?
With regard to the sim crashing at READY TO FLY screen , I believe I have found my issue or maybe the issue.
For an unknown reason I decided to unplug my Honeycomb Bravo and the sim didn’t crash.
Plugged the Bravo back in while on the on the apron and all worked fine.
Shut down the sim, started it again and all is working well, now.
So give it a go, might work for you.
In Steam each game have a unique ID , this was meant with : 1250410
You should find a folder in your Steam-Lib-Path with this ID.
Example : C:\Program…\Steam\userdata\xxyourusernumberxx\1250410
Don’t mix it up with the MSFS Installation folder where you later on install the MSFS content.
and this content is localy cached ( …\1250410\remote )
If these folder not exist, may be it’s because of former de-installation and the sync in made later on, but former you run into the CTD ( not sure ).
If so, then the problem is possible not your settings, more xbox accounting, firewalll, anti-vir, or another issue…
yes… this I meant. There are old issues where also Windows Defender caused such issues and users should add the game to exclude list… but not sure whether this issue still persist for the Defender.
Some time the windows username, or install folders with special characters cause this issue. But you had it former running.
hmmm… I think about other reasons… hmmm… sound drivers ( or windows audio service )… but why should this happen after an update. Are there some other changes ( updates ) in this time at the PC ? May be its a windows update or a driver update. But I though the windows issues are fixed in meanwhile.
When you un-installed the application, have you checked that the old folders are all gone ?
( e.g. C:\Users\xxxxusername\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft Flight Simulator\ )
For some users the -fastlaunch option helped… not sure, may be…
Steam → Right Mouse Click for App Props → then add start option
I also saw another error while trying to install MSFS which is this
Nombre de la aplicación con errores: CustomInstaller.exe, versión: 0.0.0.0, marca de tiempo: 0x5f49074f
Nombre del módulo con errores: ucrtbase.dll, versión: 10.0.19041.789, marca de tiempo: 0x2bd748bf
Código de excepción: 0xc0000409
Desplazamiento de errores: 0x000000000007286e
Identificador del proceso con errores: 0x38d8
Hora de inicio de la aplicación con errores: 0x01d749a8696dc198
Ruta de acceso de la aplicación con errores: D:\SteamLibrary\steamapps\common\MicrosoftFlightSimulator\InstallUtils\CustomInstaller.exe
Ruta de acceso del módulo con errores: C:\WINDOWS\System32\ucrtbase.dll
Identificador del informe: fb96c6c2-3751-4dc8-97f5-963f8fde8dbd
Nombre completo del paquete con errores:
Identificador de aplicación relativa del paquete con errores:
Its something related with ENG Lang but I have installed UK and USA lang packages and still CTD.
And no, its not all gone, when I hit unistall there are some couple of folders on the main folder of MSFS, but I manually deleted all and still CTD when trying to install again.
I also saw something about “OculusVadApoEventTrace” error, but I dissable the Oculus Audio Device, so I dont know what else could it be
Yep, its like this, its all install and still the game gives CTD.
I dont know what else to do: what i’ve done till now is:
-Trying a “clean” unistall from the folders
-Deleting community folders and runing the game
-Installed Lang Packages
-Dissable VR Audio devices
-Changing the install root of the game to another drive
-Not using MSI Afterburner
-Updating GPU Drivers